This semester saw the highest COVID rates on campus since the pandemic began, which led the University to put students in overflow isolation housing.
On May 6, members of the Washington University community gathered in Brookings Quad to protest the draft leaked by the Supreme Court suggesting that the court could be planning to overturn Roe v. Wade. The motivation behind the rally was to “call on the University to take a stand in support of abortion rights and against Missouri’s trigger ban.”
When former WashU RA Alyssa Ashford experienced harassment from two of her residents, she got little follow-up from Residential Life. “ResLife in general thinks that RAs are disposable,” she said. “That’s how they treated us.” This is Alyssa’s story.
Wash U class of 2026 boasts a record-low acceptance rate of 10% and increased diversity.
Supreme Court Justice Sotomayor participated in a public discussion with Chancellor Andrew Martin on April 5. (Zoe Oppenheimer/Student Life)
Delta Gamma will no longer operate on campus, after their national organization voted to withdraw their charter.
An impeachment attempt against SU President Ranen Miao failed to pass Tuesday night.
Washington University’s positivity rate for entry and pre-arrival testing was less than 1% as students returned to campus.
Sophomore Mishka Narasimhan, who was disqualified from her SU Treasury position last fall due to late paperwork, has been sworn in after a Constitutional Council upheld her election.
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