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Students enrolled through a new mid-year transfer program include those experiencing antisemitism at previous institutions

Twelve freshmen and sophomore students enrolled at Washington University as mid-year transfer students this semester, the first time in recent history that students were accepted in between semesters. Several of these students are Jewish and said they came to the University after feeling unsafe on their previous campuses due to antisemitism. 

and | Contributing and Staff Writers

Changing Tides: How Devin Bunner’s transfer to WashU reinvigorated his love of swimming

“I noticed that was the first time I was smiling behind the blocks,” Bunner, who transferred to Washington University this fall, said. “Because those are my teammates. Those are the people who accepted me and I just get to get up and race them.”

| Junior Sports Editor

Women’s soccer receives three DI transfer students

Last spring, talks for new transfers for the Washington university women’s soccer team began. With three new transfer players from D1 schools, the Bears team is hopeful for a great upcoming season and hopes to reach nationals with the addition of these graduate athletes.

| Contributing Reporter

Diversity or financial opportunity?

It is perhaps not surprising that as countries like China become more affluent, famous institutions such as Ivy League universities house an increasing number of international students, for their populace can more afford to pay.

| Staff Columnist

Transfers hope for more exemptions

Some transfer students are looking to transfer more credits to Washington University from their former schools. “One cluster. Period. Not fair,” Suzie Specker, a sophomore who transferred from Bryn Mawr College, said of the fact that she is only able to transfer enough credits for one cluster. The College of Arts & Sciences and the […]

| Contributing Reporter

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