Known for their thematic and upbeat shows, On Hold with the IRS went from WashU junior and singer and guitarist Charlie Morrison’s college dream to one of the most well-known student bands on campus.
The sounds of thudding drums, bouncing keyboard, jazzy saxophone, laughing, and chatting swept through the halls of Park as we walked towards a music practice room.
It is important to be aware of the pressure that people may feel to have had incredibly productive or life-changing breaks, and of the significant barriers to these experiences.
Last year, as a freshman, I felt like I was doing something wrong.
Caroline Cary, a first-year at Washington University in St. Louis’ School of Medicine, decided to go to medical school because of her passion for obstetrics and gynecology. Yet four days after she committed to the medical school, Cary caught wind of a new decision coming from Washington, D.C.
The flood of nepo baby celebrity critiques has drowned out crucial discussions of nepotism outside of Hollywood, along with a broader conversation on systemic advantages resulting from white privilege and wealth disparity.
Sex education is crucial to people’s well-being and overall health, and a lack of understanding of things like STDs and contraception can cause detrimental impacts. These impacts, however, are preventable, and a mandatory sex education program could make a significant difference.
Even before Missouri implemented its full ban on abortion, accessing reproductive and sexual healthcare as a college student could be overwhelming.
I am tired of feeling uncomfortable where I live and missing everyone from home. But, most of all, it is so easy to feel like I am missing something everyone else has.
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