From pizza restaurants to Wall Street banking

When my friends Talia Zakalik, Sophia Bukowski, and Izzy Borah were trying to save a squirrel from a pipe, they found a student ID in the bush. Labeled from 1996, it read “Aman Boyd”, and besides some scratches and dirt stains, it was relatively unharmed. I thought this would be a really cool interview for my Creative Nonfiction class, where we had to interview someone, and asked to meet up with him.

| Investigative News Editor

Training towards inclusion: WashU hosts training for National Disability Employment Awareness Month

New initiatives to strengthen inclusion and accessibility for people with disabilities at Washington University were discussed at a National Disability Employment Awareness Month training for students and employees at the University’s medical campus on Friday, Oct. 27. 

| Contributing Writer

University holds conversation on Critical Race Theory with Kevin Brown

The Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion hosted a conversation with University of South Carolina Law professor, Kevin Brown, one of the original developers of Critical Race Theory, on Friday, Feb. 10, to celebrate Black History Month.

| Staff Writer

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