Pushkar Sharma speaks on U.N. career, U.S. hegemony

Writer and policy strategist Pushkar Sharma discussed his career in the United Nations and his views on the United States’ place as a global leader during the Gephardt Institute’s Meet the Leader series, Oct. 25.

Curran Neenan | News Editor

‘A path is not set’: Career Center’s resources for humanities students

Many aspects of the Washington University undergraduate academic experience are pre-professional, such as pre-med students studying to become doctors or business students learning about investment banking. However, the humanities majors within the College of Arts & Sciences often have a less defined path in relation to their job outcome.

Justin Moreno | Contributing Writer

‘An inherent inequality’: Law School report highlights environmental racism in St. Louis

Within conversations about climate change, little focus is placed on how marginalized communities are disproportionately affected by its negative environmental impacts. Alarming statistics published in a new report by the Interdisciplinary Environmental Clinic (IEC) at the Washington University School of Law shed light on environmental disparities that affect the lower-income and/or Black communities of St. Louis.

Marc Ridgell | Contributing Writer

SLAM Underground offers new art experience for younger audiences

As an avid art history nerd and general arts enthusiast, I could call the Saint Louis Art Museum my second home. Despite my frequent visits, I found a new experience at the Saint Louis Art Museum (SLAM) Underground, an event that opens the museum at a later time on the last Friday of each month […]

Lydia McKelvie | Contributing Writer

Kindbom, winningest football coach in WU history, to retire after 31 seasons

Kindbom, winningest football coach in WU history, to retire after 31 seasons Matthew Friedman | Senior Sports Editor When Larry Kindbom arrived as the head coach of the Washington University football team in 1989, the Bears had gone through four different head coaches in ten years and had not had a winning season since 1978. […]

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Baseball captures UAA title with sweep of Emory University

In the University Athletic Association title-decider, the Bears clinched the UAA Championship for the eighth time in program history.

Heman Duplechan | Staff Reporter

WU softball blows past Fontbonne, sweeps Wydown Showdown

The Washington University softball team stormed from behind against Fontbonne to sweep the season series of the Wydown Showdown on Tuesday.

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‘Florida’ pushes its characters’ buttons in a humorous yet meaningful way

“Florida” is a comic play written by recent Wash. U. alumnus Lucas Marschke, workshopped this past fall as a part of the A.E Hotchner Playwriting Festival and staged this past weekend by the Performing Arts Department. The play tells the interwoven story of three groups of people all travelling to Florida for the holidays.

Kiva Runnels | Contributing Writer

‘Melancholy Play’ presents an insightful love letter to sadness

All Student Theatre’s (AST) production of “Melancholy Play,” which ran from Thursday, April 11 to Sunday, April 14, explored that feeling. In an exaggerated style that ranged from comedic to impactful, sometimes in such short succession that I got emotional whiplash, “Melancholy Play” showcased the beauty and necessity of sadness.

Isabella Neubauer | Senior Cadenza Editor

‘Spemma’ knows WU students by name and story

First-years Emma Thorp and Sparkle Whitaker recently started their own podcast to serve the Washington University community, called “Spemma: The Homo Sapien Podcast.”

Sabrina Spence | Contributing Writer

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