university policy

Op-Ed: After a series of miscues, Wash. U. has failed students

Nonetheless, Wash. U. has the capability to support and accommodate students in this defining moment in the school’s history. There are only a few weeks left in the semester: It’s now or never.

Evan Jenness & Jojo Spio | Class of 2023

As COVID-19 spiked in St. Louis, WU donors met in person for an event the University advertised as virtual

Administrators hosted an in-person event with catered alcohol and at least a dozen people inside Brauer Hall Wednesday afternoon, just days after the University increased its alert level to orange and as strict guidelines for other events remain in place.

| Associate Editor

Staff editorial: University should clarify weather policy

At no point did students hear from administrators about whether the conditions would affect the operations of the University, even as high schools across the region announced closures.

Graffiti raises questions about chalking policy

Chalking has become a common publicity tactic for students and student groups throughout campus, but the policy on what types of chalking are legal remains unclear to many.

| News Editor

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