Andrew Martin

WUPD arrested a person in connection with Underpass vandalism over a month ago, University reveals

The arrest took place on Dec. 23, WUPD interim chief Dave Goodwin wrote in an email to Student Life Thursday, but administrators did not communicate that date in Thursday afternoon’s email. 

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Editor’s Note season 2 episode 4: WashU finally goes need-blind

This decision follows the recent announcement of the 65% increase in the endowment pool return but students have been advocating for this policy as early as 2004.

| Senior Multimedia Editor

Students, faculty and friends reflect on Danforth’s life and legacy at memorial service 

Danforth, who passed away on Sept. 16, 2020, at the age of 94, was remembered as one of the most influential administrators in the University’s history.

| Staff Reporter

‘On the order of hundreds of students’: WashU’s path to need-blind admissions 

For years, University administrators defended their decision to remain need-aware, citing other focuses and insufficient finances to adequately support students under a need-blind admissions policy.

| Managing Editor

WU to adopt need-blind policy starting this admissions cycle

Through a $1 billion investment in financial aid, the University will become the final top-20 college in the country to adopt the policy.

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Editor’s Note season 2 episode 3: WashU is 5.7 billion dollars richer

The unprecedented increase in the University’s endowment has led to questions about where the money should be spent.

| Senior Multimedia Editor

‘It feels like a facade’: Students chalk driveways and plant signs outside chancellor’s house at protest of Martin’s response to Islamophobia

The protest came nine days after some students went on academic strike, skipping class or attending remotely out of fear for their safety or in solidarity with Muslim, Black and brown students.

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Muslim students express fear for their safety on campus following Islamophobic online reactions to flag removal

“Many Muslim and Brown students, particularly those who are visibly identifiable either by their hijab, turbans, etc., do not feel safe on campus and are hesitant to attend classes tomorrow,” read a statement from a coalition of student and student groups.

| Senior Social Media Editor

Chancellor Martin reprehends removal of flags and announces investigation, does not address Islamophobic hatred and threats

“I want to make it very clear that, as an institution, we find the actions of this student to be reprehensible,” Martin wrote.

| Senior News Editor

WU mandates COVID-19 vaccination for students by fall semester

The University’s vaccination requirement comes after 112 colleges and universities have required the vaccine for students in the fall, according to the Chronicle of Higher Education.

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