equality

Op-Ed: Disaggregate the diaspora

Our campaign, Disaggregate the Diaspora, is based on the fundamental truth that those in positions of power—not at Wash. U., not anywhere—cannot serve students while generalizing individual diasporas into these wide labels.

Ranen Miao, Class of 2023 | Christian Monzon, Class of 2022 | Jessica Yu, Class of 2021

The education gap is growing, do your part to close it

We love to boast about the equality of American education, but this is a falsity that in a lot of ways is ignored.

| Managing Editor

Op-Ed: Let WashU Students Count P/F Classes Towards Major/Graduation Requirements

By signing this petition, let Wash. U. administration hear your voice and help advocate for your fellow Wash. U. peers who have been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Ashlee Chung, Rory Vu Mather and Sophie Scott | Class of 2020, Master’s Candidate and Class of 2021

Op-ed: Once again, Wash. U. forgets us.

Wash. U. claims to be an inclusive place, but is it really inclusive if it leaves us hijabi women as an afterthought?

Noor Ghanam | Class of 2022

Op-ed: Once again, Wash. U. forgets us.

Wash. U. claims to be an inclusive place, but is it really inclusive if it leaves us hijabi women as an afterthought?

Noor Ghanam | Class of 2022

Op-ed: Why Wash. U. students deserve free menstrual products

$18,171. That’s the average cost of menstruation over a lifetime, including tampons, pads, liners and birth control.

Ranen Miao and Miri Goodman | Class of 2023

Staff Editorial: Now that tours are accessible, turn to the rest of campus

Unfortunately, this step alone is insufficient, as accessible tours may easily create an unrealistic expectation for potential students that the University will provide all of their needed accommodations.

There were so many Black people!: Safe spaces on college campuses

There are people on this campus who don’t know what it is like to have to constantly search for themselves in spaces, and this is a privilege.

| Staff Writer

Challa declared first female Mr. Wash. U.

In a year of firsts, the annual Mr. Wash. U. competition not only had its coveted crown go to a female winner for the first time, but the group also brought in $35,141.81 for the organization City Faces, a fundraising record for the group. “It feels incredible; honestly, at the show I was overwhelmed entirely, and it didn’t fully dawn on me.

| Staff Reporter

Don’t be afraid to become an ally

Everyone has friends and family who are queer—or, more precisely, LGBTQIA: lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, transsexual, queer, questioning, intersex or asexual. For that reason, we all have a personal stake in being Allies, people who openly support safety, equality and acceptance for sexual minorities.

Jonathan Branfman | Op-Ed Submission

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