Regardless of how many administrative conversations had to take place for the change to be made, student safety should always come first, and we commend the University for taking strides to protect student health.
Yet again, the University’s communication with us has been lacking transparency and timeliness, leaving us in the dark when we need to be anywhere else.
The Student Life website was updated to include our editorial policies as an independent publication on the Washington University campus today. Such policies inform our reporting and editorial decisions and reflect those of independent news organizations nationally.
Residential Life can be a force of good at Washington University. Yes, the philosophical inclinations of some students are offended upon learning that ResLife can go into our rooms at any time, including over winter break, but in general, I’ve found ResLife to be helpful.
The Office of Residential Life announced a new checkout policy to its residents by email on Wednesday. Now, students will have to tell Residential Life (ResLife) the hour during which they plan to leave campus for the summer.
Christina Romer, former chairwoman of the Council of Economic Advisers, served as the keynote speaker at Washington University’s Livable Lives Initiative’s first public event.
In order to sell baked good on campus this year, students will need to use commercial, department of health-certified ovens. Although the announcement of this policy coincided with the outbreak of H1N1, Paul Schimmele, assistant to the director of operations in Dining Services, said that the timing is merely a coincidence.
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