WU suspends all fall study abroad programs, citing spread of COVID-19 variants

All undergraduate study abroad programs for the upcoming fall semester have been canceled.

Editor’s Note Episode 9: Semester in review

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.

| Multimedia Editor

Keyless journeys: This semester’s best dorm lock-out stories

Four freshmen, each with their own unique lock-out experience, share their stories from the fall 2020 semester.

| Staff Writer

Remote students face decision of whether or not to come to St. Louis for the spring

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.

Olivia Poolos | Staff Reporter

‘We keep us safe’: Black WU students raise over $5,000 for mutual aid fund

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.

Sabrina Sayed | Contributing Reporter

Office of Residential Life sees reduction in total regroup requests for upcoming academic year

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.

| News Editor

The Lofts: Parking passes and safety concerns

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.

Olivia Quinn | Staff Writer

On housing: It’s not personal

While it does not seem like Wash. U.’s personal “housing crisis” will be solved any time soon, I still find it important to address the clear and repeating problems in the housing process.

Isabelle Gillman | Contributing Writer

Residential Life to convert some South 40 six-person suites to four-person suites

Residential Life announced that it would convert approximately 75 percent of its six-person suites on the South 40 into four-person suites Jan. 30.

Curran Neenan | News Editor

Housing options available for second round of housing selection

Students who were not assigned a time slot for the first round of housing selection through Washington University’s Office of Residential Life will now go through a second round to be placed in housing March 19.

| Senior News Editor

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