Orli Sheffey

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Residential Life reports eight RA vacancies and begins mid-year hiring process for the first time

The University did not elaborate on why eight resident advisor positions are currently vacant.

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More like normal, but with masks: What to know from the fall plan

The announcement ushers in the start of a school year that will look more like pre-pandemic college, with predominantly in-person classes and no plans for surveillance testing.

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Residential Life changes housing assignments for 150 students after WU admits ‘unexpectedly large’ freshman class, frustrating sophomores

Sophomores said that they were shocked and saddened by the housing assignment changes that relocated many of them from the South 40 to the Northside.

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WUPD finds no weapon after shelter-in-place in response to report of armed person on East End

The University did not fully clarify that information in the 5:46 p.m. security memo sent after the University instructed community members to shelter in place for almost an hour. 

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University issues “all-clear” after investigating report of a person with a gun on the East End

The all-clear alert said community members could resume normal activity.

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A year in COVID-19: students infected, quarantined and vaccinated

A look at how many Washington University students tested positive for COVID-19, quarantined, broke guidelines and eventually got vaccinated during a tumultuous year.

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WU mandates COVID-19 vaccination for students by fall semester

The University’s vaccination requirement comes after 112 colleges and universities have required the vaccine for students in the fall, according to the Chronicle of Higher Education.

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Pfizer rollout begins at WUSM campus following pause in J&J distribution

Washington University’s vaccine clinic reopened on Friday, April. 16 with a new supply of Pfizer vaccines, after the CDC and FDA’s call to pause distribution of J&J vaccines caused it to shut down briefly

Orli Sheffey and Kasey Noss | Senior News Editor and Contributing Reporter

WU pauses J&J distribution, plans Pfizer to start Friday

After the CDC and FDA called for a pause in distribution of Johnson & Johnson vaccines, WU canceled today’s vaccine clinic. The Pfizer vaccine will be offered later in the week to those whose appointments were canceled.

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WU now offering J&J vaccine on WUSM campus; vaccinated students not required to quarantine if exposed to COVID-19

WU students, as well as faculty, staff and their 18+ family members can now register to receive the Johnson & Johnson vaccine on the WUSM campus.

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