If that perfect suite just isn’t coming together, please: try not to worry too much about it. Because really, we’re all going random.
On-campus housing will be available to a limited number of juniors and seniors in the upcoming housing application.
The main takeaway from Student Union’s (SU) Senate meeting this week is that Washington University’s residential and extracurricular space is more scarce than administrators and students want to see.
All undergraduate study abroad programs for the upcoming fall semester have been canceled.
In this last Editor’s Note podcast episode of 2020, Multimedia Editor junior Jaden Satenstein talks to Student Life Editor-in-Chief Emma Baker to discuss the moments that mattered to the Washington University community.
Four freshmen, each with their own unique lock-out experience, share their stories from the fall 2020 semester.
After Washington University’s Nov. 18 announcement that spring 2021 classes will continue to follow a hybrid format, students studying remotely this fall must decide whether or not to come to campus in the spring.
A mutual aid fund run by and for Black students at Washington University has raised over $5,000 to alleviate financial pressures exacerbated by the pandemic.
Around 300 of the 3,500 students who applied for Washington University housing this year did not receive their requested housing arrangements due to high demand for particular unit sizes. Housing groups in this predicament were asked by the Office of Residential Life to either regroup or be administratively placed in order to receive University housing in an email, Feb. 21.
Some are willing to pay the price of on-campus parking passes, valued at $852 for the year, but for others in the Lofts, this financial strain limits their options for reliable ways to commute to campus.
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