McLeod’s Way

Nightmarket successful

McLeod’s Way was packed with students visiting Nightmarket, despite the fact that it was the same night as Relay for Life, to enjoy food and performances from various Asian cultural groups. Nightmarket, which is based on similar markets in southeast Asia, is organized by the Asian American Association.

| News Editor

‘McLeod’s Way’ cemented

“Every student known by name and by story,” “Learning is not a spectator sport” and “Words matter.” These words, inscribed on walls surrounding a number of semi-circular benches by the Underpass to the South 40, pay tribute to the late James McLeod. McLeod was the former vice chancellor for students and dean of the College of Arts & Sciences.

| Contributing Reporter

Carrying on a legendary legacy

The flags at Brookings Hall one year ago today were lowered to fly at half-mast in honor of the late James McLeod. McLeod, one of Washington University’s most beloved and celebrated individuals, died following a two-year battle with lung cancer. In the coming weeks, the University will honor him with events and the dedication of a memorial in his name.

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