Washington University Political Review (WUPR) is the university’s premier publication devoted to politics. Written, edited, and managed entirely by undergraduate students, WUPR’s monthly print issues and daily online op-eds analyze current events, politics, culture, and just about everything else at the university, local, national, and international levels.
During the school year, WUPR holds weekly meetings in the Print Media Center on the third floor of the Danforth University Center, open to all Washington University undergraduates. In addition, WUPR sponsors events for the University community including screening political programming, hosting policy debates, and monthly salons to discuss the upcoming issue’s theme. WUPR has also brought several prominent speakers to campus.
The views and opinions expressed in articles published by the Washington University Political Review, in print and online, are those of the author alone, and do not reflect the opinions of the Washington University Political Review, Washington University in St. Louis, or any individuals therein. WUPR as an organization takes no positions beyond those concerning its own institutional integrity.
WUPR is financed in large part by the Washington University undergraduate student activities fee, as administered by the Washington University Student Union.