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WashU Dining services and students talk gluten-free options; changes

With the new dining company Sodexo, Washington University’s Dining Services’ gluten-free options have been updated this year.

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University hires 55 new faculty members for the College of Arts & Sciences

The University’s College of Arts & Sciences has hired 55 new professors for the upcoming academic year, an unprecedentedly large number of faculty compared to previous years. 

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University introduces new restaurants into the dining scene

Washington University has introduced 5 new local restaurants to campus, while also changing pre-existing dining locations such as the Danforth University Center (DUC) and Bear’s Den (BD) dining halls.

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University plans to open new School of Public Health

For the first time in 100 years, Washington University is creating a new school division: the School of Public Health.

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Campus Creamery celebrates its grand opening

Campus Creamery, a new Student Entrepreneurial Program (StEP) campus store selling ice cream, celebrated its grand opening outside the Gregg storefronts on March 30. 

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Investigative News Journalists Check Out Sodexo SLU Dining

Cosplaying as a SLU student for the afternoon was the experience of a lifetime (me when I lie), and the food provided by Sodexo makes me largely optimistic for the future of WashU dining.

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Treasury says goodbye to outgoing members during their last session of the semester

During the final session of the semester, Student Union (SU) Treasury unanimously approved Budget Committee funding for next year and allocated $15,398.55 to five student groups for social events, new equipment, and travel funds.

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Here and Next update: implementation progress, new initiatives and more

Washington University continues to implement the initiatives of its ten-year strategic plan, Here and Next, into its programming, courses, and research opportunities.

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Treasury representatives discuss Quiz Bowl request for funding gender-separated hotel rooms

At a Student Union (SU) Treasury meeting on February 28, Quiz Bowl representatives claimed that Treasury representatives were perpetuating gender inequity by allocating less hotel funding than the group requested, sparking a conversation among representatives about precedent for funding as it relates to gender. 

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SU Treasury Approves Appeals for Twelve Clubs and event with Stephanie Hsu

Student Union (SU) Treasury proposed amendments to their constitution and to the election packet, and it approved 14 appeals for 12 different clubs, totaling to a sum of $66,720.04, during their longest session so far this semester, March 7.  Proposed Constitution Changes The meeting began with a presentation from Emily Chen, a member of the […]

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