Humans of the St. Louis Metro Blue Line

A Student Life editor and photographer document a Saturday afternoon MetroLink trip.

| Senior Scene Editor

WU hosts town hall meetings with Metro Transit to address safety concerns, student needs

Washington University will host four town hall meetings with Metro Transit this month, enabling students, faculty and staff to receive information and give feedback about recent and upcoming changes to the Metro system and about their partnership.

Noah Slaughter | Contributing Reporter

Staff editorial: Another year, another robbery, another carjacking

Communication is key: If students know more about what’s going on, they are better able to take safety precautions.

WU employee robbed at Big Bend MetroLink station

A Washington University employee was robbed on the platform of the Big Bend Metrolink station at 7 a.m. Wednesday.

| Senior News Editor

BREAKING: Two shot at Delmar Loop Metro stop

A gunman shot two people at the Delmar Metrolink station around 7:30 p.m. tonight.

| Senior News Editor

Know your ballot: St. Louis city edition

Next Tuesday, April 4, the city of St. Louis will hold its election for mayor, comptroller and 14 out of 29 board of aldermen seats. Since it seems like Democratic primary winner Lyda Krewson will clinch the mayoral position—and several incumbents or unopposed candidates will fill the aldermen spots—the spotlight shifts to the ballot measures.

| Senior Forum Editor

The St. Louis Metro is your friend, and other transport observations

It’s Sunday, and the MetroLink is packed with football fans. I emulate my inner-sardine and stand to one side of the door, barely clutching onto a pole. I’m from the fringe of Chicago, so I’m no stranger to public transportation. Being cramped in a small space where the awkward, accidental groping of sweaty strangers is inevitable almost feels like second nature.

Rima Parikh | Contributing Writer

Robbery reported blocks from Big Bend MetroLink stop

Three individuals walking from the Big Bend MetroLink station toward Forsyth Boulevard were robbed around 8:25 p.m. Sunday evening, according to a crime alert sent to students two hours later.

| Senior News Editor

MetroLink trains off schedule this evening

MetroLink trains are not running on schedule this evening due to a medical emergency on an Eastbound train.

| Senior News Editor

Crimes and (Metro) misdemeanors

Last Thursday, just as the wan winter light was starting to shine through my window, I awoke at the ungodly hour of 7:30 a.m. to prepare for my first introduction to the whims and wiles of the Clayton court system. My notice had appeared innocuously enough, an indistinct white envelope with a form letter enclosed inside.

| Forum Editor

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