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Washington University scholars receive $11.7 million NIH grant for pain research 

Researchers at Washington University received an 11.7 million dollar grant from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to study and treat pain, along with reducing opioid use. 

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University of Michigan professor presents research of 1918 Ukrainian pogroms

University of Michigan Professor Jeffrey Veidlinger contextualized and explained Ukrainian pogroms, or organized massacres, and their subsequent responsibility in the onset of the Holocaust, Nov. 3.

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A breakdown of fall WILD’s cancellation

The University’s semiannual concert, Walk In Lay Down (WILD), was canceled this semester following concerns over student safety at the event and the administration’s inability to find a solution for a late-in-the-game attendee capacity restriction from the University’s Emergency Management (EM) department.

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University holds conversation with fashion icon Diane von Fürstenberg

Fashion icon Diane von Fürstenberg spoke alongside YouTube’s former Head of Fashion and Beauty, Derek Blasberg about her career and life lessons, the fashion industry today and its challenges, and her work to empower women, Oct. 12.

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WU introduces new career software for undergrads

Washington University has implemented two new career-centered softwares, Handshake and VMock, for students to use this fall.

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University hosts Sababa Jewish festival

Washington University hosted The Sababa Festival, an exhibition of Jewish arts and culture, on Sept. 18. 

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WU researchers develop intranasal vaccine

WU researchers developed a COVID vaccine that was authorized in India on Sept. 6.

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