From now on, students in the College of Arts & Sciences wishing to retake a course will have additional hurdles to overcome this semester. The final decision on whether a student can retake a course now belongs to the department offering the course. According to an e-mail from the College of Arts & Sciences, “the […]
After calling Washington University home for the past 25 years, Director of Undergraduate Admissions Nanette Tarbouni will begin a new chapter in her professional life starting this summer: high school. Tarbouni has been named director of college counseling at John Burroughs School, effective July 1. Tarbouni will succeed Andy Abbott, who will become the next […]
Washington University Dance Theatre will present “Common Ground” this weekend for its annual showcase of works choreographed by professionals and students. Since September, students, faculty and other members of the community have put in long hours to choreograph the performance. According to Alicia Graf, market coordinator for the Performing Arts Department (PAD), the audition process […]
Bill Clinton, George Stephanopoulos and Bill Bradley have more in common than just a political background. Before landing in Washington, they studied at the University of Oxford as Rhodes Scholars.