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Green Action rally demands University divestment from fossil fuels

Green Action, an environmental justice and advocacy student group, held a rally calling on Washington University to divest from fossil fuels and recognize the impacts of environmental racism, March 1.

, and | Junior News Editors and Contributing Writer

24 Hours in Bear’s Den: The Challenge No One Asked For

For 24 consecutive hours, sophomores Ally Mediratta and Saish Satyal stayed in the dining hall, Bear’s Den (BD), without leaving for any reason

and | Contributing writer, Staff Writer

The emotion of the beautiful game: my first European professional football match in Paris

A staff writer describes his experience at his first European football match.

| Staff Writer

SU Senate holds Town Hall during College Republicans Event

Student Union (SU) Senate leadership held a Town Hall to discuss their delay in releasing a statement about Amala Ekpunobi, a conservative speaker that the SU Treasury approved for over $11,000 to speak on campus.    The Town Hall was attended by 11 students who, when initially asked if they had any questions, were silent […]

and | Senior News Editor and Junior News 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

University launches mental health training program to combat suicide

The Habif Health and Wellness Center will promote conversations about suicide and mental health with a newly available training program, QPR.  QPR is a nationwide training course that emphasizes three key steps in “recognizing and responding to signs of suicidal thinking or behavior,” according to The Source, which are “question, persuade, and refer.” The program […]

| Senior News Editor and Contributing Writer

Chicken bakes and curiosity at the new Costco

The wait is finally over. The 151,000 square foot Costco — only an eight-minute drive from campus —  has opened in University City, giving WashU students access to exceptional bargains, a tire center, independent optometrists, a food court, deli, bakery, and gas station. 

| Contributing Writer

 Matt’s Musings: On potentially the greatest year of football ever

Staff columnist Matt Singer reflects on his experience as a Steelers fan this season.

| Staff Writer

WU researchers develop intranasal vaccine

WU researchers developed a COVID vaccine that was authorized in India on Sept. 6.

| Contributing Writer

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