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SU senate passes resolution calling for investigation and potential firing of Prof. Dybvig

SU Senate discussed and voted for a resolution calling for Professor Phillip Dybvig to be investigated, placed on immediate leave, and fired if allegations of misconduct against him are true, in addition to providing further resources for non-native English speakers in the Title IX process,  Feb 6. 

| Contributing Writer

Students protest WashU professor’s continued employment amid sexual misconduct allegations

Students protested the continued employment of Washington University professor and Nobel Prize winner Philip Dybvig. Multiple former students alleged that he engaged in inappropriate conduct. The protest occurred outside Dybvig’s classroom, Jan. 16.

| Senior News Editor

@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

Looking Back episode 3: Residential and social life

This final episode of Looking Back, a three-part audio series, features Washington University students discussing how they made friends and found connection during an isolating year.

and | Staff Reporter and Senior Scene Editor

Looking Back episode 2: Quarantine, testing and staying safe

This second episode of Looking Back, a three-part audio series, features Washington University students and administrators discussing the University’s safety procedures over the last year.

and | Staff Reporter and Senior Scene Editor

Anna Gonzalez named next Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs

Anna Gonzalez, the current vice president for student affairs at Harvey Mudd College, will join Washington University as the next Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs, July 1.

| Senior News Editor

‘Disrespectful and hypocritical’: WU community remains divided on the future of Greek Life as sorority recruitment begins

The Women’s Panhellenic Association began a virtual sorority recruitment process this week, touting a list of reforms designed to make the process more equitable in the face of an ongoing movement to abolish Greek Life at Washington University.

and | Staff Reporters

Responding to student backlash, WU adds third wellness day to spring calendar, moves up start date

After students objected to the replacement of Spring Break with two nonconsecutive “wellness days,” Washington University announced a revised spring calendar that included two consecutive wellness days and one additional wellness day, Dec. 3.

Orli Sheffey | Staff Reporter

Remote students face decision of whether or not to come to St. Louis for the spring

After Washington University’s Nov. 18 announcement that spring 2021 classes will continue to follow a hybrid format, students studying remotely this fall must decide whether or not to come to campus in the spring.

Olivia Poolos | Staff Reporter

You can’t have your pie and eat it too

I’m disappointed that there seems to be no clear administrative ruling on how to approach Thanksgiving this fall, but because of that, individual choices matter. 

Olivia Poolos | Staff Writer

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