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Football struggles on both sides in 40-10 loss to Wheaton

The Bears had looked to build on a two-game winning streak, but instead they will have to start a new one next weekend.

and | Contributing Reporters

Commencement to permanently move from Brookings Quadrangle to Francis Field

A celebration featuring food, games and entertainment will follow the event.

| Staff Reporter

From the Sports editors: Let’s give WashU sports the respect they deserve

The StudLife sports editors argue that a full slate of fall sports gives the community the chance to fully embrace athletics on campus. 

and | Senior Sports Editors

Track and field student-athletes frustrated over lack of access to Francis Field ahead of commencement 

“I don’t think any athletes are being asked about what makes sense for us,” senior Julia Dannenbaum said. “It’s definitely disappointing.” 

| Senior Sports Editor

Athlete of the Week: Hayley Semple talks lifting weights on Francis Field and recovering from a torn ACL

Student Life called junior Hayley Semple to talk about the craziness of the past few months and what it was like to recover from a freshman year injury.

| Associate Editor

WU Dinosaur Race: Students go Jurassic on Francis Field

Washington University’s Francis Field became overrun with a blast from the past—dinosaurs—on Saturday, Dec. 7, at 2:30 p.m. Seniors Taylor Emerson and Eric Judson co-hosted Wash. U.’s first ever Dinosaur Race on Francis Field. Invitations were sent out to friends via Facebook and anyone with an inflatable T-Rex costume (dino suit) was encouraged to participate.

| Senior Editor

BREAKING: Francis Field to be renamed Francis Olympic Stadium

Francis Field will be renamed Francis Olympic Stadium in the near future pending final approval, St. Louis Sports Commission President Frank Viverito and St. Louis Olympic Legacy Committee Chairman Michael Loynd said Thursday.

| Senior Editor

Wash. U. celebrates St. Louis Olympic legacy

The St. Louis Sports Commission announced the planned installation of an Olympic Rings “Spectacular” on Danforth Campus.

| Senior Sports Editor

Relay For Life raises over $150,000 for American Cancer Society

Students raised a total of $152,105.60 dollars at Relay for Life held from Saturday, April 11 to Sunday, April 12 on Francis Field.

| Staff Reporter

St. Louis’ Olympic Games wackiest and strangest in history

The 1904 Olympics featured a first-place finisher disqualified for cheating, rat a used as a performance-enhancing drug, and rotten apples and rabid dogs as obstacles. And that was just in the marathon. Originally granted to Chicago but moved to St.

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