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Sights and Sounds from ThurtenE

Senior Multimedia Editor Jared Adelman and Managing Scene Editor Olivia Poolos interviewed various attendees and booth operators at this past weekend’s ThurtenE Carnival. Here are some of our favorite clips from Saturday. Accompanying photos from Zoe Oppenheimer. 

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It’s about the journey, not the destination: after nearly four years, WU student makes appearance on reality TV show ‘Survivor’

Senior Zach Wurtenberger is cast on Season 42 of “Survivor”

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Editor’s Note season 2 episode 13: WashU’s sex life

In this week’s podcast Student Life editors read and discuss stories submitted to our annual sex survey.

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Delta Gamma sorority ceases operations on campus as national organization withdraws charter

Delta Gamma will no longer operate on campus, after their national organization voted to withdraw their charter.

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Ten days on a ghost campus

Instead of the pale yellow walls of my childhood bedroom, I’m startled by the view of my desk, adorned with a dead succulent and empty tea mugs, inches from my nose.

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A look into a Living Learning Community for Muslim-American students

It’s still dark out at 6:40 a.m. when sophomore Muneeb Malik wakes up to pray for the first time each day. Malik isn’t the only one up that early, however; though he prays alone in the mornings, he is in sync with many other Muslim students on campus, most notably with three other suites on his floor. That’s because Malik lives in Sakeenah, a Living Learning Community “designed to engage students around the Muslim-American experience.”

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Humans of the St. Louis Metro Blue Line

A Student Life editor and photographer document a Saturday afternoon MetroLink trip.

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Editor’s Note season 2 episode 5: Mental health on campus

Recent news on campus mental health includes the introduction of a new telehealth service and Uncle Joe’s focus on suicide prevention efforts.

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‘Movements are always about hope’: New sociology professor Zakiya Luna’s faith in sustained efforts of social change

“From a pretty young age, I was exposed to the idea that it’s important to speak up for issues that are affecting the world,” Luna said. 

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‘Energy, irreverence and imagination:’ Punk and literature collide for new professor G’Ra Asim

G’Ra Asim, part of WashU’s first race and ethnicity cluster hire, is equally comfortable in front of an undergraduate classroom and at center stage of a punk rock concert.

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