Anthony Azama

Track and field student-athletes frustrated over lack of access to Francis Field ahead of commencement 

“I don’t think any athletes are being asked about what makes sense for us,” senior Julia Dannenbaum said. “It’s definitely disappointing.” 

| Senior Sports Editor

What the approval process looks like for spring sports

Through careful planning and weighing the risk factors on a case-by-case basis, the athletic department is making decisions on whether to host games and begin each sport’s competitive season.

| Staff Reporter

‘Every day I feel like there’s a little bit more light’: Anthony Azama on the uneasy yet hopeful start for this semester’s sports

There appears to be ample reason for optimism about the winter and the spring. If exhaustion laced Azama’s voice when we spoke, it was weaved with equal parts hope.

| Senior Sports Editor

Editor’s Note Episode 7: Black athletes foster community and change

In this episode, we focus on how Black student-athletes are pushing for change in the Athletic Department.

| Multimedia Editor

Where things go from here: Next steps for WU BLAC

The Washington University Black Letterwinning Athletes Coalition is already seeing their suggested reforms put in place, though there is still plenty of work to be done.

| Associate Editor

From isolation to community: How WU BLAC has been working to better the experiences of WU’s Black student-athletes

Black student-athletes at WU have often felt isolated and under-supported in the past. A group of students is trying to change that.

| Associate Editor

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