There is no silver bullet to delivering bad news, which is exactly why the administration needs to change its messaging strategy.
This semester, the Washington University Emergency Support Team (EST) will no longer provide 24/7 service due to new COVID-19 protocols. Starting Sept. 28, EST will operate from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. from Sunday to Thursday, and 9 a.m. to 12 a.m. on Fridays and Saturdays. Although the first day of class took place Sept. […]
“When I called Student Health Services, I was told not to worry about traveling home over break. But, things I am being told by friends and family at home indicates otherwise.”
Wash. U. allows fraternities to be active on campus, allows them to host parties, allows them to continue to operate despite all of the harm. If the University chooses to allow these activities, it is their responsibility to make them safe for students.
Personal safety isn’t always straightforward; what might make you feel safe may be strange to others.
The Editorial Board commends Martin for his continuous effort and support on the matter, for being proactive rather than reactive to the safety of Wash. U. students.
Sure, these people are meant to protect civilians, but what do you do when you fear those who are supposed to protect you?
The N-word has a long, oppressive history, and the fact that it is now a part of Black joy does not mean it can continue to create joy for everyone else.
A few weeks back, Washington University unveiled a new policy banning motorized transportation on campus. However, there are still those who fail to acknowledge this as a reality and continue to utilize the scooters on campus property.
Some are willing to pay the price of on-campus parking passes, valued at $852 for the year, but for others in the Lofts, this financial strain limits their options for reliable ways to commute to campus.
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