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From pizza restaurants to Wall Street banking

When my friends Talia Zakalik, Sophia Bukowski, and Izzy Borah were trying to save a squirrel from a pipe, they found a student ID in the bush. Labeled from 1996, it read “Aman Boyd”, and besides some scratches and dirt stains, it was relatively unharmed. I thought this would be a really cool interview for my Creative Nonfiction class, where we had to interview someone, and asked to meet up with him.

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Icy conditions shut down most campus activity

Due to icy conditions in St. Louis, all classes and student activities on Monday, Jan. 22 are virtual. Most dining locations are closed on campus or have modified hours, and the Sumers Recreation Center and the South 40 gym will be closed all day.

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Author Rigoberto Gonzalez holds creative-nonfiction Craft Talk

Author Rigoberto Gonzalez led a Craft Talk hosted by the Washington University Department of English in Hurst Lounge on Tuesday, Oct. 17.

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Investigative-news journalists check out the new Ibby’s 

To the shock and horror of many excited first-years and returning students, Ibby’s was closed when Washington University returned for the 2023 school year. The restaurant was undergoing recently finished renovations, with a revamped space and menu. But what is it cooking up? What does it look like now? 

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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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