Op-ed: Known by name and number

That survey made me feel like a number, like a statistic. But not in an empowering way—I didn’t feel like my voice counted. I felt like my voice, my number, my part of those statistics, was going to be looked at without empathy.

Anonymous Student

2017 sex survey statistics reveal students’ sex habits

The results for Student Life’s 2017 Sex Survey revealed that 76.4 percent of Washington University students have had sex—an increase from last year’s figure of 67.7 percent.

| Senior News Editor

Up-and-down pitching parallels baseball team’s success

The great baseball statistician Bill James gained fame for debunking the sport’s old cliche that pitching is 90 percent of the game. But for Washington University, as the team’s pitching goes, so do the Bears.

| Staff Writer

By the numbers: Obscure stats from the break

While Alan Aboona’s jaw-dropping performance from behind the arc on Jan. 11 was almost certainly the most noteworthy stat line in the Washington University athletic program since Student Life’s last publication on Dec. 10, it certainly wasn’t the only one that raised some eyebrows. Here are some numbers and achievements from the winter athletic teams.

| Senior Sports Editor

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