An impeachment attempt against SU President Ranen Miao failed to pass Tuesday night.
According to the Women’s Panhellenic Association (WPA) and the Interfraternity Council (IFC), as of Jan. 24, 530 individuals have filled out this spring’s Greek Life interest form, nearly double the total of 300 new members who joined WPA and IFC organizations last spring.
The arrest took place on Dec. 23, WUPD interim chief Dave Goodwin wrote in an email to Student Life Thursday, but administrators did not communicate that date in Thursday afternoon’s email.
University leaders have said there is an ongoing investigation into the vandalism and that they hope to provide more information in the near future.
From a more detailed explanation of Washington University’s lack of a booster requirement to an overview of the services available on campus during the first two weeks of class, here are answers to some of the most important questions facing the university community as the semester gets underway.
“It is no longer reasonable for me to shoulder this burden,” Alkilani wrote in an email to student group officers Jan. 12.
The University will also restrict most access to housing and on-campus services through at earliest Jan. 28.
Sophomore Mishka Narasimhan was disqualified from her seat in SU Treasury due to a late expenditure report.
A dispute over Greek Life and new measures to increase engagement drove turnout up to 34% in SU’s fall election
Students organized a “space occupation” on the Ackert Walkway overpass in protest of WU’s ties to Boeing.
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