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Two WU students publish children’s book

Their book, This Is Not My Home, is to be officially released to the public on January 24th, 2023. The book is about a little girl who moves to Taiwan and learns to redefine her meaning of home. 

| Senior Scene Editor

Disney’s “Andor” is Nerd TV at its Finest

Last week, season one of Disney’s “Andor” ended. Earlier this year, I reviewed the “Game of Thrones” prequel “House of the Dragon” (HotD).

| Senior News Editor

Pool (not the swimming kind): The club with an endless daily meeting

At almost any hour of the day, you can find students of various grades crowded around the pool table. The game may look simple, but it requires mental focus and a keen understanding of geometry for utmost success. 

| Contributing Writer

Alleged sexual misconduct and support system failures cause graduate student to drop her WU PhD degree

After what happened, Lila — a third-year medical student who requested to remain anonymous — decided to not pursue a Ph.D. at Washington University anymore.

| Managing Scene Editor

How to Access Contraception, Sex, Pregnancy, and Abortion Resources & Care at WashU

Even before Missouri implemented its full ban on abortion, accessing reproductive and sexual healthcare as a college student could be overwhelming.

| Contributing Writer

WU PPGA strives to increase reproductive freedom post-Roe

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. 

| Staff Writer

Bones in our Basement: WU re-evaluates its acquisition of human remains

The article reported that Robert J. Terry, former head of WashU’s anatomy department, amassed his collection by “taking advantage of the lack of legal protections for marginalized people in the 19th and early 20th century.”

| Managing Scene Editor

EDURain: your one-stop-shop for off-campus housing

EDURain started out as a tool to make filing FAFSA simpler and faster, but as the company explored the higher education space, they realized that about half of all student debt comes from housing.

| Staff Writer

Connection over disconnection at Dr. G’s Filipino feast

I joined WashU’s Filipino Culture Club (FCC) on Oct 24 at a dinner hosted by our Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs, Dr. Anna Gonzalez. Though the dinner was at 6:30 p.m., the event truly began when students met at the Clocktower before walking over together. Here, I witnessed — among some FCC members and some […]

| Contributing Writer

Trolley Stop Bakery makes deep tracks in the StL baking community

The goods at Trolley Stop Bakery are made both by Diane Wood and StL bakers without a storefront of their own. (Photo courtesy of Trolley Stop Bakery)A year ago, what was once The Baker’s Hub in Chesterfield, MO became Trolley Stop Bakery, a co-op bakery. This means that Trolley Stop Bakery provides a commercial kitchen […]

| Contributing Writer

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