A new exhibit at Olin Library showcases WashU’s debate history through the end of October. Two traveling presidential history exhibits are on campus this week as well.
No matter who wins Nov. 8, the next president will inherit a broken system of government. That was political journalist Ezra Klein’s sobering message to students in Graham Chapel Sept. 27.
Even though Washington University in St. Louis has been preparing for the Oct. 9 Presidential Debate since last September, signs of the upcoming event began appearing all over campus this August.
How the Gephardt Institute's initiative Wash U Votes is not only registering students, but encouraging lifelong participation in the political process.
Like the debate signage you're seeing around campus? Student designer Sherry Xiao, a senior in the Sam Fox School, talks about becoming part of history.
Cassie Klosterman, a voter engagement fellow at the Gephardt Institute and a 2016 graduate in Arts & Sciences, talks about her recent experiences as a delegate at College Debate 16.
In 1992, Washington University had nine days from CPD phone call to going live on international television. Then-Olin Dean Bob Virgil chaired the committee that made it happen.
How do we get the most out of watching a debate? Washington magazine polled five experts from a variety of fields.
Chief Mark Glenn is in charge of the "big picture," coordinating and working with campus partners and law enforcement agencies to ensure everyone's safety.
The wait is over. We now know who will be sitting in the moderator chairs, and they are two media A-listers.