Senior sports editor Josh Shapiro has developed a (satirical) guide for sports fans on election night.
Student Union has selected five guest speakers for its 2018-2019 Trending Topics series after narrowing down a list of 21 candidates Sunday.
Chancellor Mark Wrighton, rarely one for political gestures, sent an email out to our community expressing his personal opposition to what is now being called the “Muslim ban” and clarified a Washington University statement of principles.
A trio of CNN digital media reporters discussed how political reporting—and politics itself—have changed due to social media.
Although fall WILD concert was canceled, in part due to Washington University hosting a presidential debate on campus, undergraduates were still involved musically in the fall semester’s biggest event.
Political commentators Angela Rye and Kayleigh McEnany often appear on CNN to discuss their support for presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, respectively. Student Life spoke with them about their experiences at Washington University and any messages they may have for students.
In CNN’s version of Ferguson, fires erupted and glass windows shattered as tear gas clouds overtook protesters, leaving them crying and gasping for breath. All the while, news anchors yammered on about the situation to one another, running for cover when the riot police got near.
University students and faculty are divided over the impact of CNN’s controversial decision to hire local Tea Partier, Dana Loesch, as their new correspondent. Loesch, co-founder of the St. Louis Tea Party, was hired this month to be the channel’s Tea Party expert for the 2012 election.
About 8:30 a.m. yesterday I made the mistake of looking at the news before heading off to my calculus class.
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