University Uber partnership

SU, student groups react to decision not to reinstate subsidized Uber program

Students are questioning the University’s decision not to reinstate its subsidized Uber program after a recent series of off-campus robberies.

Curran Neenan | News Editor

Rob Wild addresses SU about student concerns regarding recent crime

Student Union Senate hosted Associate Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs and Dean of Students Rob Wild Tuesday to discuss safety and address student concerns following a spike in crime over the weekend.

| Senior News Editor

Free Uber program to end after the fall semester

There are no plans to renew the partnership, which began amid the spate of carjackings and robberies in September. Vice Chancellor for Operations and Technology Transfer Dedric Carter said that the program was never meant to be a long-term solution for students living off campus.

Curran Neenan | Staff Reporter

Students, administrators reflect on WU’s Uber partnership

Washington University modified regulations regarding their partnership with Uber, which was announced Sept. 24 in response to a spike in crime near campus.

| Staff Reporter

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