Chancellor Martin

Martin’s three-part blog series examines WU endowment

Chancellor Andrew Martin launched “Endowment 101,” a three part series on his official blog designed to explain how Washington University’s endowment works this semester.

| News Editor

Johns Hopkins dean named next provost of WU

Beverly Wendland, dean of the School of Arts and Sciences at Johns Hopkins University, will begin her tenure as Washington University’s next provost July 1, officials from the University announced today.

| Senior News Editor

‘It is time to double down’: Martin lays out vision for WU’s future at inauguration

Hundreds of people gathered in Brookings Quadrangle to celebrate the inauguration of Chancellor Andrew Martin, Oct. 3.

| News Editor

Martin’s inauguration concert suffered from lack of promotion, not lack of talent

The performers at Chancellor Martin’s inauguration concert put on lively and passionate performances despite the small crowds.

Jonah Williams and Rachel Brody | Contributing Writers

Martin announces free tuition for low-income students in Missouri and Southern Illinois

Low-income students from Missouri and Southern Illinois will be able to attend Washington University for free starting in the 2020-2021 school year, Chancellor Andrew Martin announced in his inaugural address, Oct. 3.

| Managing Editor

Coming home: Washington University’s 15th chancellor

Chancellor Andrew Martin will be inaugurated as the 15th chancellor of Washington University today, Oct. 4. For Martin, however, he’s just coming home.

| Editor-in-Chief

Martin’s promises from the past year, examined

As Andrew Martin is formally inaugurated as the 15th Chancellor of Washington University this week, Student Life is examining the statements he has made about his goals and promises for his administration. Foremost among these goals is boosting socioeconomic diversity and solidifying the role of free speech on campus.

Elizabeth Phelan | Staff Reporter

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