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@Metoo_WashU hosts vigil for survivors and leads ‘tour’ of Fraternity Row, calling out sexual violence and rape culture within Greek Life

Around 50 students attended @metoo_washu’s two-part vigil for survivors at the Overpass and protest for Greek Life abolition on Fraternity Row Friday night.

| Managing Editor

Editor’s Note Episode 20: Proposed MO bill threatens protest

In this week’s episode, we explore what’s in a proposed Missouri law and what it would mean for student protesters.

| Staff Reporter

Op-Ed: Wash. U. chooses statue over student

All the University chose to see was vandalism. At the conduct meeting, I was listened to, but I was not heard.

Sabrina Sayed | Class of 2021

‘We’re not gonna be quiet’: Students demand WUPD abolition

Carrying a banner that read “WUPD protects property, not people,” students marched from Brookings Hall to the South 40 to call on University administrators to defund and abolish the Washington University Police Department, Oct. 24.

| Senior News Editor

Protests work: Don’t dismiss the Climate Strike

A lot is changing, and you can either choose to participate or not. But you don’t get a free pass by saying that nothing you do matters, because it does matter.

Thomas Humphrey | Staff Writer

Why I don’t believe in ‘solidarity’ anymore

The concept of solidarity, to me, has always meant helping others fight, but being alone when it came to issues that affected me.

Dakotah Jennifer | Staff Writer

WUGWU holds first protest of semester at Student Activities Fair

Washington University Graduate Workers Union organized their first protest of the semester during the Student Activities Fair this past Friday from 4:15 to 5 p.m.

| Staff Reporter

Martinville relocates twice while Martin considers demands

Protestors moved Martinville from the Brookings Quadrangle to outside of Harbison House, Chancellor Wrighton’s residence, Tuesday night. After being informed they were trespassing on private property by University officials, they moved again to outside Graham Chapel.

| Staff Reporter

Martinville relocates twice while Martin considers demands

Protestors moved Martinville from the Brookings Quadrangle to outside of Harbison House, Chancellor Wrighton’s residence, Tuesday night. After being informed they were trespassing on private property by University officials, they moved again to outside Graham Chapel.

| Staff Reporter

Fossil Free WashU, Fight for $15 come together to rally on Brookings

Fossil Free WashU rallied for fossil fuel divestment and in opposition of climate change denial Wednesday.

| Editor-in-Chief

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