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Four Olin Business School students involved in University alcohol policy

Business school students are helping to review the University alcohol policy. This is the first time the University has approached the issue of alcohol with the active involvement of students.

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CS40 elects new government, sees declined interest in office

The South 40 government is about to undergo a regime change. Approximately 700 inhabitants of the residential area voted for candidates in the 2010-2011 Congress of the South 40 (CS40) executive board elections last week. Voter turnout this year has declined compared to last year.

| Contributing Reporter

WU libraries sponsor annual book-collecting contest

The Washington University Libraries have begun accepting applications for their 24th annual Neureuther Student Book Collection Essay Competition, with a $1,000 first prize and a $500 second prize. Any full-time current Washington University student is eligible to enter the competition. The deadline is Wednesday, March 31, 2010.

| Contributing Reporter

Junior aims to improve math education

People are always talking about bridging the gap that exists between students in different geographical areas. And while some groups like Teach For America are well known and attract many applicants, one lesser-known organization is Reasoning Mind (RM).

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A call for upgrades to environmental studies program

Dissatisfied with the variety of courses offered in the environmental studies program, a senior majoring in the subject turned in a five-page paper to the dean of Arts & Sciences explaining what Washington University could do to improve the the program. The author, Kady McFadden, expressed three concerns in the report.

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