First Year Center Selects Communist Manifesto For Summer Book Program

Surprising many, First Year Chancellor Harry Pollack announced this past Friday that “Manifesto of the Communist Party” by Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels will be the subject for the annual freshmen summer book program. “Our goal for the freshmen summer book program is to expose students to new and potentially ...

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Google to Acquire France for $1.65 Trillion

Google announced this afternoon that it would buy France, the popular European country, for stock that it valued at $1.65 Trillion. Google beat out a number of other France suitors, including the United Kingdom, Germany, and Elon Musk. By once again successfully negotiating the deal, Google has once again proved ...

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Freshman Recognized After Taking Service Trip to Traditional Dorm

Calling it an “act of compassion,” Vice Chancellor Holden Thorp commemorated freshman Taylor Wong for her service trip to a traditional dorm at a school-wide ceremony this past Friday. “Taylor’s courageousness and bravery to visit a place that is in such need of help ought to inspire all of us,” ...

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History of the Eco To-Go Box

August 14th 2016: Eco-To-Go box arrives to Wash U after being made in a Chinese Factory. August 29th 2016: Freshman Henry Newberg receives Eco-To-Go box from Bear’s Den after receiving a free voucher from his RA. August 30th 2016: Freshman Henry Newberg vomits in the Eco-To-Go box after a rough ...

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Roommate Also Excited to Stop Living With You

According to sources close to your roommate, they are just as excited to stop living with you as you are to stop living with them. The same sources also confirmed that you are incorrect to believe that your roommate still likes you even though you complain about them to anyone ...

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Wunderground Reviews Dave Chappelle Netflix Special

After a long break from the limelight, Dave Chappelle is back in action with a new Netflix series. The eponymously named series currently has two episodes, each with a runtime of one hour. Both episodes are superb, with Chappelle discussing contemporary issues that are totally relatable. However, Chappelle’s stand-up is ...

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StudLife Controversy Over Pastaria Review

Writing last week in Studlife that the upscale Clayton restaurant Pastaria is a “must-try,” sophomore Studlife reporter Tommy Wright is in hot water, being criticized for “cultural appropriation.” Tommy, whose father is a plumber and mom is a secretary, decided to write about Pastaria after hearing about it from floormates. ...

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