Lori White

Departing WU, Lori White leaves behind a legacy of enthusiasm for and dedication to athletics

Lori White is leaving Wash. U. next month to become the president of DePauw University. But her impact on athletics here will remain, from a bolstered sense of school spirit to the athletic director’s motivation to better the experience of every student athlete.

| Senior Sports Editor

Lori White appointed 21st president of DePauw University

Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs Lori White will serve as the next president of Depauw University in Greencastle, Indiana, effective July 1. She will end her tenure at Washington University, May 31, the University announced Tuesday.

| Senior News Editor

Giving voice to students: Student Affairs Advisory Board forms

Chancellor Andrew Martin and Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs Lori White are creating a Student Affairs Advisory Board to increase transparency and communication between Washington University administration and its student body.

| Senior News Editor

Staff editorial: University statements require clarity, consistency

The statement that Wash. U. administration sent after the Tree of Life shooting in Pittsburgh in 2018 was unequivocal in its condemnation of bigotry. Chancellor Mark Wrighton didn’t mince words, and that was appreciated. The Christchurch statement was nowhere near as strongly worded.

Staff editorial: University messages require consistency, action in light of recent debate

If the University truly wants to establish itself permanently as the flourishing, vibrant, politically-active campus it becomes in the days preceding presidential debates or major elections, change starts from the top down.

Op-ed: My heart sank…because I understand

When I read the op-ed in Student Life from a student sharing that she had been physically assaulted by a fellow student and suggesting that other students may have been sexually assaulted by the same student, my heart sank.

Lori White | Vice Chancellor for Students

Students, administration express anger, disappointment after Stockley verdict

Washington University students and faculty expressed a range of emotions Friday after Jason Stockley, a white former St. Louis police officer, was found not guilty of murdering Anthony Lamar Smith, a 24-year-old black man, in December 2011.

| Senior News Editor

Washington University hires new athletic director

Washington University has named Anthony J. Azama the John M. Schael Director of Athletics, effective July 1, Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs Lori White announced Tuesday.

| Senior Sports Editor

WU releases findings on soccer investigation

The men’s soccer team did not violate Washington University’s sexual harassment policy, according to the results of an investigation conducted by the Office of Student Conduct and Community Standards.

| Editor-in-Chief

Fighting misrepresentation begins with students, not the administration

Understandably so, the photo stuck a nerve amongst members of the Wash. U. community. The insensitivity displayed by the two girls shocked and angered many, while others called for action from University administrators.

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