On Aug. 19, Washington University’s Class of 2027 moved onto campus, prompting the start of Bear Beginnings.
WashU Cares, a faculty-run organization focused on directing students towards the adequate mental, academic, and social resources they need to thrive on a college campus, hopes to continue expanding its presence at WashU. Supporting each student on a case by case basis, WashU Cares works with higher-level administration to ensure students get the treatment that is best suited for their individual needs.
Washington University Survivors and Allies for Social Support (WUSASS) is a new club on campus dedicated towards empowering survivors to reclaim their campus experiences and educate their peers about sexual assault prevention.
WashU’s chapter of Planned Parenthood Generation Action (PPGA) has made it their mission to serve as the resource hub for all students looking to gain access to contraceptives and navigate the barriers of Missouri’s abortion laws.
Missouri’s new voting identification law went into full effect on Sept. 4, sparking controversy about the constitutionality of its requirements. Missourians who wish to vote in the upcoming election cycle this November must provide a government-issued photo ID, which includes a Missouri driver’s license; a Missouri state ID; or a US passport.
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