University ranks No. 135 on College Pulse’s 2024 College Free Speech Rankings

Washington University ranked No. 135 in College Pulse’s 2024 College Free Speech Rankings amongst 248 ranked colleges. The university received a score of 45.26 out of 100 points, leading its speech climate to be categorized as average.

| Contributing Writer

A talk about rankings and privilege

Conversations about rankings are coated in a pretentiousness that only swell within this university’s privileged echochamber. 

| Contributing Writer

Staff Editorial: New ranking criteria may motivate positive change at WashU

If the shift in values on the U.S News list nudges more universities, including WashU, to increase the number and graduation rate of Pell-eligible students, we believe that to be a positive change. 

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

Medical School drops from U.S. News rankings

Washington University’s School of Medicine is no longer submitting data used for national medical schools rankings to U.S. News & World Report (USNWR).

| Junior News Editor

Baseball, on 14-game win streak to open season, remains second in the nation after sweep of No. 5 Aurora

The victories over Aurora set the stage for the Bears’ toughest stretch yet.

and | Senior Sports Editors

WU climbs three spots to 16th in new U.S. News & World Report rankings

Washington University rose three spots to 16th place in the 2021 U.S. News & World Report rankings of the best universities nationwide, rising one spot globally.

Kimberly Buehler | Contributing Reporter

When Harry boned Sally: Ranking the protagonists of top-10 romantic comedies from least to most sexual chemistry

I consulted multiple sources to compile my list of the generally-agreed-upon “Top 10 Rom-Coms of All Time” and have ranked them from least to most sexual compatibility.

Kiva Runnels | Contributing Writer

WU clocks in at No. 15, falls in national ratings

College ranking season has arrived and Washington University is once again among the top 15 universities in the nation. The recently published U.S. News & World Report National Universities tied the University in 15th place along with Vanderbilt University and Cornell University. This is one spot below from last year’s 14th place.

Alberto Farino | Contributing Reporter

Women’s soccer heads into weekend games with No. 1 ranking

For only the second time in school history, the Washington University women’s soccer team has attained a No. 1 ranking in the National Soccer Coaches Association of America poll, announced Tuesday. The Bears defended their top ranking later that day, beating Millikin University 4-0 on the road in Decatur, Ill. Wash. U. dominated the game, outshooting Millikin 35-8.

| Staff Reporter

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