The Delta Gypsies. Number Two. Mix and the Dudes. The Backsliders. Moose Knuckle. Patchwork Dove. Repeat Offenders. If you have never heard of these bands, don’t worry—just a few weeks ago, they had never heard of themselves. On Jan. 8, a group of 35 strangers was divided by lottery into seven completely new bands. On […]
When senior Emily Silber learned that one of her sculptures had been purchased for permanent installation, she had mixed emotions. “I felt excited and a little nervous because I had never done anything like this before,” she said. “My roommates and I were screaming, and I immediately called my parents.” Silber’s work, entitled “The Rhythm […]
It took Associate Professor of Political Science Andrew Rehfeld some time to convince his entire family to move into a college dorm.
Tim Bono could pass for an undergraduate. Not only does he look young and sound young for an ’05 Wash. U. graduate and a Ph.D. student, but he also lives on the South 40 as the only graduate student in Shepley Hall.
When Ann Lipton walks around her store in jean shorts, sandals, half-moon reading glasses and her mild, relaxed smile, she exudes a motherly quality. Which is why it is not surprising that Winslow’s Home, a postmodern general store located west of the Loop on Delmar, was started out of concern for her daughters. “They never […]
Jean Ponzi, program manager at the Missouri Botanical Garden’s Earthways Center, says,“It’s always nice to be a first.” Sassafras, the Garden’s restaurant is the first GRA-certified restaurant in the state of Missouri.