With today’s issue being the last of the semester, the Student Life sports staff looks back on some of the highlights (and lowlights) of the semester in the Wash. U., St. Louis and national sports scenes.
A sudden craving for good, cheap Mexican food had us scouring the Internet and our friends’ brains.
We were friends from camp and I hadn’t seen him in months. When, this summer, we were both back at home – he near Madison, Wis., and I in Chicago – we decide that it would be a good idea to find a few days when we could hang out and when the time came I took the three-hour trip by bus to go to his 200-acre farm (that’s right, Midwest) in America’s Dairyland.
You’re out at a restaurant with a friend and a couple is seated at the table right next to you.
I love caffeine – it makes me feel speedy and happy in a way that nothing else can. It might therefore shock you to learn that I recently made a vow to remain caffeine-free.
As exam time approaches, everyone needs a little spice in their life. Washington University is known for its dedicated and hard working students who study ruthlessly for hours on end.
Events for the Upcoming weekend.
Ebony feature recently put the Black Rep, St. Louis’ premiere black theatre company. Few would have thought it could attain such success from its humble beginnings as a Washington University theater group.
In an effort to create a stronger program in South Asian Studies, the University plans on hiring three new tenure-track professors whose specialties lie in South Asia.
Graphic designer and Washington University alum Cheree Berry recently published “Hoorah for the Bra,” a book full of perky bra pop-ups based on her senior art thesis.