Washington University in St. Louis will adopt a “no-loan” financial aid policy beginning in fall 2024, Chancellor Andrew D. Martin announced.
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John Inazu, the Sally D. Danforth Distinguished Professor of Law and Religion, has published a new book, “Learning to Disagree.” The work reveals a path to learning how to disagree in ways that build new bridges with neighbors, co-workers and loved ones.
Mary Jo Bang, a professor of English in Arts & Sciences, has published a new poetry collection, “A Film in Which I Play Everyone.” Read about this and other recent works on the Source Bookshelf.
Hunter Biden’s place in the story of presidential children is thus clear, a story that politicians now know by heart: As a crucial element in his father’s public image – for better or for worse, writes Peter Kastor.
Martin Riker directs the new publishing concentration in the Department of English in Arts & Sciences. Here, he talks about fear, imagination and delivering The Guest Lecture.