Following the news that the United States Senate voted to acquit President Donald Trump of both Articles of Impeachment, finding him not guilty on charges of abuse of power and obstructing Congress, members of the Washington University community reacted with mixed feelings.
Two Washington University students were recently placed on Forbes Magazine’s annual “30 Under 30” list.
Chancellor Andrew Martin and Washington University School of Medicine Dean David Perlmutter jointly endorsed a potential 2020 state ballot initiative which would expand Medicaid coverage in a University-wide email.
In response to proposed changes to the Fair Housing Act, Brown School graduate students Jack Seigel and Nora Garcia launched a petition decrying their predicted impact on the process of filing a lawsuit over housing discrimination.
42.5% of undergraduate women will experience nonconsensual sexual contact with physical force by their fourth year at Washington University, according to findings released in the Association of American Universities (AAU) Campus Climate Survey on Sexual Assault and Sexual Misconduct, Oct. 15.
Amidst recent news of lawsuits filed against Juul and associated emergent health risks, students have expressed varied opinions on the prominence of the issue at the University.
The Michael Brown case and the politics behind the Delmar Divide were among some of the topics discussed during “What Ferguson Means to Me,” a panel discussion hosted by the Gephardt Institute for Civic and Community Engagement Sept. 17.
Washington University will not apply to host a 2020 presidential debate.
Missouri Attorney General Josh Hawley won Missouri’s senatorial race over incumbent Democrat Senator Claire McCaskill, and incumbent Democrat William Lacy Clay kept his seat in District 1—the Congressional District containing Washington University—at the midterm elections Tuesday, Nov. 6.
Missouri voters also passed a series of ballot initiatives, including legalizing medical marijuana, an overhaul to the state’s legislative redistricting process and an increase in the minimum wage.
The Washington University March for Our Lives club participated in Saturday’s March for Our Lives protest in downtown St. Louis after holding an on-campus rally and poster-making event Friday.
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