Author Heather McGhee gives lecture refuting the American ‘zero-sum’ mindset

Heather McGhee, a New York Times bestselling author and policy advocate, gave a lecture titled “The Sum of Us: Moving Beyond the Myth of Equity as a Zero-Sum Game” in Graham Chapel on Feb. 1.

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Arts & Sciences Announces Summer Online Learning Pilot

On February 29, Washington University College of Arts & Sciences announced the arrival of a flexible learning program to take place over the summer of 2024.

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Previewing the NFL Conference Championship Games

It’s almost Super Bowl Sunday, and the National Football League (NFL) has narrowed its 32 squads down to its final four teams. In this article, we will be previewing the NFL Championship Games: the penultimate matchups in the playoffs that decide which two out of those four teams will compete for the ultimate prize in Super Bowl 58 — the Lombardi trophy.

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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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Nobel laureate speaks at statistics and data science seminar

  Distinguished University of Chicago economics professor and Nobel Laureate Lars Peter Hansen spoke about “Uncertainty” in economics to 150 seminar attendees at the Charles F. Knight Executive Education & Conference Center on Tuesday, Oct. 17.  Hansen is an expert on “Uncertainty” in economic modeling, which includes how factors like risk, ambiguity, and inherent flaws […]

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St. Louis Mayor Tishuara Jones speaks at WU about reproductive rights, gun violence, and the housing crisis

St. Louis Mayor Tishuara Jones answered questions from students and spoke about the lawsuit with Missouri Attorney General Andrew Bailey over reproductive healthcare funding, among other issues including the housing crisis.

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Post-Dobbs, WashU Med Students Fight for Reproductive Education, Healthcare, and Justice

Caroline Cary, a first-year at Washington University in St. Louis’ School of Medicine, decided to go to medical school because of her passion for obstetrics and gynecology. Yet four days after she committed to the medical school, Cary caught wind of a new decision coming from Washington, D.C.

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Guest speakers reveal the secret to happiness

The event “What Would You Do if You Only Had One Week to Live?” fostered dialogue among students and faculty on the science of happiness and finding meaning in a time-limited life, April 12.

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WU student wants you to log off (or at least take a step back) 

As the founder of the LOG OFF Movement, Lembke aims to tackle the complexity of social media and help parents and kids navigate through the inner workings of these apps. 

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SU Senate Town Hall event discusses safety plans in the wake of Michigan State University shooting

Student Union (SU) Senate held a town hall, Feb. 27, about campus safety and mental health following the shooting at Michigan State University.

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