Attend a panel on the Supreme Court and Constitutional Law entitled “2018-19 SCOTUS Review/Preview.” The panel is composed of five professors with Professor Karen Tokarz as the moderator. Lunch will be provided following. See the flyer to learn more: Constitution Day 2018.
National Voter Registration Day is Tuesday, September 25, but we are expanding it to a whole week here at WashU. Voter registration drives will be available in the DUC, BD, Village, Olin Library, Law School, and Medical Campus at various points during the week. We will have information on registering as a voter, voting in […]
Join us for a critical discussion about the state of our democracy at local, state, and national levels. Rising above partisan politics, panelists will provide context and opportunities for students to take action in the movement toward a thriving democracy through voting, organizing, protest, advocacy, public service, and more. This event is free and open […]
Stop by our celebration in DUC 276 on October 22 at any point between 3 and 6pm if you have already voted by mail or need some help with the process. We will have games, postage, and “I Voted” stickers! Similar events will be held for graduate students at various locations throughout the week.