Former CDC Director Rochelle Walensky speaks on career and critical juncture in public health

Former Director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Dr. Rochelle Walensky, AB ‘91, spoke at Graham Chapel as part of a celebration of several new undergraduate Public Health and Society programs, April 11.  Washington University’s College of Arts & Sciences and Institute of Public Health hosted Walensky, who spoke about her career […]

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April 1 designated as Michael Kors Day

Michael Kors. A staple and iconic name in the fashion industry. Even if you don’t own a Michael Kors piece yourself, you have definitely heard his name before. Over the years, Michael Kors has expanded to include menswear, accessories, handbags, and fragrances, generating a total revenue of $3.88 billion for the fiscal year of 2023.   […]

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Sterling K. Brown to Speak at 2023 Commencement

Washington University announced on Wednesday morning, March 29, that Sterling K. Brown will speak at the 2023 commencement ceremony.

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Conservative speaker draws questions regarding race theory, gender, and sexuality

Amala Ekpunobi, a conservative speaker whose visit angered many students that view her as transphobic, spoke about her ideological shift to conservatism on Dec. 9.

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‘The schedule doesn’t stop’: Maggie Haberman on Trump, the Times and today

While reporting on stories like the Mueller report and the President giving his son-in-law a security clearance certainly stand out in her mind, other stories also spring to mind when reflecting on a career covering the ebb and flow of national politics.

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Comedian, CNN host talks about race through humor in CS40 speech

College Hall was almost entirely filled as W. Kamau Bell, a socio-political comedian and host of CNN’s “United Shades of America,” delivered a talk on racism Wednesday night. Right away, Bell warned the audience that the talk was not going to be comfortable or filled with race buzzwords.

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Vox editor-in-chief talks election, American political landscape

Ezra Klein, journalist, co-founder and editor-in-chief of media organization Vox, shared his thoughts on the upcoming presidential election Tuesday night in Graham Chapel.

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Van Jones links social issues to the environmental, inspires activism

Environmental and human rights activist Van Jones connected racial equity and criminal justice reform to environmental sustainability and the growing green economy in his speech to a crowded Graham Chapel on Monday night.

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Speaker calls for male involvement in ending sexual violence

Feminist activist Jackson Katz spoke to a nearly full Graham Chapel last Thursday on the importance of the feminism and gender equality for all.

Prajwal Keranahalli | Contributing Reporter

Harvard professor speaks on climate change, global health

Harvard professor Joel Schwartz drew a crowd of over 100 to the Danforth University Center Thursday evening as he stressed the impact climate change would have on public health.

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