On the coming year: Letter from the new editor

Hello all, As Matthew wrote in his letter yesterday, this is my first week as Editor-in-Chief for the 2022-2023 year. I’m writing this to share the rest of this school year’s plans with the community and to reaffirm Matthew’s calls for change within Student Life. The plans for the rest of the year are as […]

| Editor-in-Chief

You’re not being tyrannized, just dramatic

Yet despite the astounding death toll, despite the many people who now have an empty seat at their dinner tables, despite those who have lost their homes as the virus has made them financially unstable, there are still those like the woman in the TikTok video who abhor the thought of wearing a mask.

| Managing Editor

Beyond the call of duty: WU professor Michael McLaughlin reveals the value of education

As I am “waiting for the host to start this meeting,” I am preparing for an interview.

Aruni Soni | Staff Writer

No unity within the Democratic party

The candidates and voters need to recognize the vast importance of unity and the even more important task of electing any Democrat over President Trump.

Joshua Shapiro | Contributing Writer

Set up your summer: Paid WU internships that provide useful skills, experience

It’s certainly a stressful time of year. You have to deal with midterms, the ever-depressing winter weather, the whirlwind election cycle and, to top it all off, now everyone is telling you that you should probably get a job this summer.

Caleb Liu | Contributing Writer

Beyond Boundaries celebrates successful first semester, anticipates future growth

Following a successful inaugural semester, the Beyond Boundaries program looks to continue providing students with new interdisciplinary opportunities while smoothing out some unforeseen hiccups.

Noah Slaughter | Staff Reporter

Vice chancellor for public affairs to leave WU after fall semester

Vice Chancellor for Public Affairs Jill Friedman will leave her position at Washington University, Dec. 31.

| News Editor

Ibby’s adopts new online system, brings back table reservations

Following customer demand for the ability to set aside tables in advance, Ibby’s began accepting reservations Dec. 3, the first time since the 2018-19 school year.

Noah Slaughter | Staff Reporter

Kappa Sigma put on social probation for knowingly violating policy guide

Kappa Sigma was placed on social probation for “knowingly violating risk management and alcohol” policies, according to the Campus Life website Nov. 21.

Curran Neenan | News Editor

WU awarded for student-driven sustainability efforts

Congress of the South 40 was awarded for its commitment to sustainability after submitting a bid on behalf of Washington University at the Midwest Affiliate for College and University Residence Halls Regional Leadership Conference, Nov. 2. The Midwest Affiliate for College and University Residence Halls Regional Leadership Conference (MACURH) commended the University for their high […]

| Senior News Editor

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