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University announces new ‘no loan’ policy to be implemented next fall 

Washington University announced on Friday that they will adopt a “no loan” policy for all undergraduates starting fall of 2024.

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Habif Mental Health to become Center for Counseling and Psychological Services

This year, Washington University’s student medical center Habif Health and Wellness has split its mental and physical health services into administratively distinct centers.

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Chancellor Martin responds to Supreme Court ruling, said diversity is ‘foundational priority’

Chancellor Andrew Martin released a statement on June 29 on behalf of the Washington University administration in response to the Supreme Court’s decision to end affirmative action at higher education institutions. 

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Fire torches Delmar building that includes Three Kings, student apartments

A fire at 6307 Delmar Blvd, which contains Three Kings Public House, Iron Age Tattoo Shop, and apartment buildings, burned for multiple hours before being extinguished. The blaze started at roughly 3:30 a.m. on April 26.

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University completes internal review of WUTC, finds claims of malpractice unsubstantiated 

After a two month long investigation, an Overview Committee compiled by the University concluded that “allegations of substandard care causing adverse outcomes for patients at the Center are unsubstantiated,” as written in a public summary of conclusions. 

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Student Union Treasury and Senate elect internal leadership

Members of the Student Union (SU) Treasury and Senate held internal elections to determine which members would serve in leadership positions for the upcoming school year on April 11. 

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WUGWU returns to public activism after pandemic setbacks 

On March 31, around 50 people — mostly students — gathered in the atrium of the Farrell Learning and Teaching Center on Washington University’s medical school campus. They held white signs and sheets painted in bright red lettering.

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Letter from the editors: on the upcoming year

Clara Richards and Via Poolos, editors-in-chief for the 2023-2024 production year, introduce themselves to the Student Life readership to mark the transition in leadership.

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WU denies AG’s request to halt care at pediatric Transgender Center

Washington University Chancellor Andrew Martin and Richard J. Liekweg, President and CEO of BJC Healthcare, wrote a joint statement to Missouri Attorney General Andrew Bailey that they will not enforce a moratorium on care at the Washington University Transgender Center at St. Louis Children’s Hospital (WUTC), Feb. 14. 

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Alleged sexual misconduct and support system failures cause graduate student to drop her WU PhD degree

After what happened, Lila — a third-year medical student who requested to remain anonymous — decided to not pursue a Ph.D. at Washington University anymore.

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