Considering the preservation of programs at Fontbonne

The dissipation of a community is disheartening, and so too would be the dissipation of the resources that support necessary and underserved programs like the Oral History Project.

| Contributing Writer

Dreading the lasts: Fontbonne community reckons with closure

With a little over a year left before the university closes and Washington University buys the 16-acre campus, the Fontbonne community must come to terms with a myriad of decisions: to transfer or stay? To retire or find a new position? To play sports at a new school, or stay for one last season?

and | Managing News Editor and Staff Writer

Bear Breakdown: WashU athletics return from Spring Break

 Swim and dive competed at NCAA DIII nationals, both track and field teams won a home meet, and baseball and softball competed in key home series as they geared up for conference play. Here’s everything you need to know about WashU athletics from the past week, March 18-24.

| Senior Sports Editor

Washington University to buy Fontbonne University’s campus 

Washington University announced that it would purchase Fontbonne University’s campus, March 11. 

| Editor-in-Chief

No. 17 men’s basketball shows its depth in wins over Fontbonne and Principia

In a weekend that saw No. 17 Washington University men’s basketball defeat Fontbonne University 96-75 and Principia College 90-56, the Bears’ roster depth shined. Players outside of the starting five contributed a combined 95 points off of the bench across the two games played on Dec. 16 and Dec. 17.

| Junior Sports Editor

First-year Lexy Harris scores 37 as women’s basketball routs Fontbonne

With the victory, the Bears are now 5-4 and post a record above .500 for the first time this season. For the second time all year, they have won back-to-back contests. 

| Junior Sports Editor

Bears blow past Fontbonne for 22nd time in a row

The Washington University women’s soccer team picked up another win against their neighbors, Fontbonne University, on Friday night, 2-0. The Bears have dominated this rivalry in the past and the present, now leading the series 22-0.

Heman Duplechan | Staff Reporter

WU softball blows past Fontbonne, sweeps Wydown Showdown

The Washington University softball team stormed from behind against Fontbonne to sweep the season series of the Wydown Showdown on Tuesday.

| Senior Sports Editor

Women’s track and field wins Billiken Invitational, men place second

The Washington University outdoor track and field teams battled at the Billiken Invitational this weekend, with the women finishing first over host Saint Louis University and the men finishing second to SLU.

| Staff Reporter

Baseball rolls in Wydown Showdown against Fontbonne, 10-2

The Washington University baseball team wrapped up a five-game home stand with ease, defeating neighbor Fontbonne University 10-2 Wednesday afternoon at Kelly Field.

| Sports Editor

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