Even with the cancellation of spring sports, Wash. U. athletes are staying in shape from home.
Washington University announced finalized specifics today for a new parking and transportation plan that will introduce zoned parking on campus.
Discussing student athletes has always been a controversial conversation. I’ve personally always found it amazing that places of education give scholarships to those who are athletically inclined.
On Monday, Director of Athletics Gosh Bitman shocked the school community when he announced that the Red and Green will finally be joining NCAA Division I athletics and holding all sporting events at the soon-to-be vacated Edward Jones Dome in fall 2015.
The new Course Listings addition, under the tentative program name Sports School, is a change two years in the making, with the idea first pitched to the University’s curriculum committee upon the arrival of Provost Golden Vorp to campus.
Each year, approximately 75 athletes between the ages of 13 and 25 years old die due to a heart related cause. Most of these athletes die suddenly during or after exercising. Dr. Keith Mankowitz, the Director of the Athletes Prevention Program at Washington University, is working to stop these deaths. Mankowitz, who is a cardiologist by training, has started a campaign to inform St.
For several years, Student Life has relied on photo spreads of Washington University athletes to fill our pages. This year is different. The sports section conducted an informal survey with the athletes we have covered in the past.
Stay up to date with everything happening as Washington University returns to campus.Subscribe