Ninth annual Olin Sports Business Summit elicits mixed reactions

Olin Business School hosted the ninth annual Olin Sports Business Summit, presented by Gemini Sports Analytics, on Friday, Nov. 10. 

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Admissions reacts to Supreme Court affirmative action decision, updates application

Student Life sat down with Grace Chapin James, Executive Director of Undergraduate Admissions, to unpack how the Supreme Court’s decision to overrule affirmative action will impact future classes at Washington University. 

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“It’s Been A Roller Coaster:” One year into ADHD medication shortages

The FDA declared a shortage of the ingredients used to produce Adderall on October 12, 2022. Since then, many people with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) who take stimulant medications have experienced difficulty accessing their prescriptions. 

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Chabad and Hillel hold event to raise awareness about hostages held in Gaza

Washington University Chabad and Hillel held an event on Monday, Nov. 27 to raise awareness for hostages that were taken by Hamas on Oct. 7. 

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Author Emily Nagoski reveals the secrets to extraordinary sex

Dr. Emily Nagoski, a New York Times bestseller and long-time sex educator and researcher, gave a talk titled “The Science of Sex in Long-Term Relationships” in a packed Graham Chapel on Nov. 16.

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College Democrats and College Republicans debate immigration, free speech on campus, and the Israel-Hamas War

WashU College Republicans (WUCR) and WashU College Democrats co-hosted their Campus Crossfire Debate in Tisch Commons, which led to discussion over immigration, free speech, the economy, and the ongoing war between Israel and Hamas, Tuesday, Nov. 14. 

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WebSTAC, WebFAC, and other systems to be replaced with Workday Student

Washington University will replace its Student Information System (SIS), the core technological system for information services and academic operations, with Workday Student. 

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Ari Joskowicz discusses Roma and Jewish history at Holocaust Memorial

Ari Joskowicz, author and Chair of Jewish Studies at Vanderbilt University, reflected on Roma and Jewish history at an event titled “Roma, Jews, and the Holocaust,” the 2023 edition of the annual Holocaust Memorial Lecture in Umrath Lounge, Nov. 15.

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Students hold “die-in” urging University to cut ties with Boeing 

On Thursday afternoon, just over a dozen students participated in a “die-in” outside of the Danforth University Center (DUC) in support of Palestinians and to urge the University to cut ties with Boeing. The students laid down in the DUC courtyard, spreading Palestinian flags over their bodies, holding signs, and chanting.

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Assembly Series returns: Fireside chat with neurosurgeon and CNN chief medical correspondent Sanjay Gupta

Washington University’s Department of Medicine hosted Dr. Sanjay Gupta in Graham Chapel as the first speaker in the newly reinstated Assembly series. He spoke about a range of topics including pandemic response and preparedness, mental health, misinformation, our diets, and how he blends his roles as a journalist and doctor. Nov. 15

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