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Author Heather Radke discusses ‘Butts’ and back-burner social issues

Heather Radke, a professor for Columbia University’s MFA program and journalist at WNYC’s award-winning podcast Radiolab, gave a book talk on her recent book “Butts: A Backstory,” Feb. 15.

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Author Heather McGhee gives lecture refuting the American ‘zero-sum’ mindset

Heather McGhee, a New York Times bestselling author and policy advocate, gave a lecture titled “The Sum of Us: Moving Beyond the Myth of Equity as a Zero-Sum Game” in Graham Chapel on Feb. 1.

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Author Emily Nagoski reveals the secrets to extraordinary sex

Dr. Emily Nagoski, a New York Times bestseller and long-time sex educator and researcher, gave a talk titled “The Science of Sex in Long-Term Relationships” in a packed Graham Chapel on Nov. 16.

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University ranks No. 135 on College Pulse’s 2024 College Free Speech Rankings

Washington University ranked No. 135 in College Pulse’s 2024 College Free Speech Rankings amongst 248 ranked colleges. The university received a score of 45.26 out of 100 points, leading its speech climate to be categorized as average.

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Student Union Treasury funds five student groups and has spirited discussion regarding Washington University Raas

Student Union (SU) Treasury heard appeals from five student groups for a total of $16,135.87, deciding to allocate $15,447.87 in funding, bringing the semester total to $96,589.29 on Oct. 3.

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Student Union swears in new Senators and Treasury representatives, approves Constitutional Council nominations

In the second joint session of the semester, Student Union (SU) Treasury and Senate swore in five Senators, three Treasury representatives, and approved five nominations to Constitutional Council. Following the joint session on Sept. 26, Treasury representatives allocated $19,975.93 in funding to five different student groups.  Joint Session During the joint session, Chief Justice of […]

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