Pell-eligible students

Low on Pell: WashU and the U.S. News & World Report Rankings

 “When I first started at Washington University in St. Louis, the idea of it becoming need-blind wasn’t even on the table,” said Lauren Chase, the former president of WU/Washington University for Undergraduate Socioeconomic Diversity (WU/FUSED). 

| Managing Sports Editor

WU seniors launch expansion of Brown School’s Bear Bites food pantry to support all students

The Bear Bites food pantry, which was previously only accessible to social work students, will now be available to any student, regardless of need

| Managing Editor

School’s new Pell plan part of bigger push

SOCIOECONOMIC ISSUE: Washington University likes to advertise its top ranks. It consistently leads national lists of the best college food and housing, and it has been a consistent presence in the top 20 of the U.S. News & World Report’s yearly list of best colleges. But in recent years, the University has also been placed atop a set of less celebrated rankings.

| Staff Reporter

Students share thoughts on socioeconomic diversity at WU/FUSED forum

Washington University for Undergraduate Socio-Economic Diversity (WU/FUSED) hosted an open forum on Tuesday for students to share their stories and perspectives on socioeconomic diversity with administrators of Washington University.

| Staff Reporter

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