Washington University students tend to be overachievers—we are always seeking out the advanced classes, finding lectures that we can squeeze into our schedules, taking on extra majors and minors, brainstorming business ideas, and, of course, searching for any and all leadership opportunities.
With job deadlines swiftly approaching, many Washington University seniors are rushing to the Career Center for guidance—and for some students, this visit will be their first in four years. How is that possible, you ask?
I think we can all agree that applying to college was stressful, with all of the application deadlines, fees, months of waiting and rejection notices. Professor Shane Seely knows this feeling all too well. While trying to get his first manuscript published, he sent it into countless poetry competitions, complete with those pesky deadlines and fees, and over four years of waiting and denials.
Saturday mornings on a college campus have come to be synonymous with sleeping in and nursing hangovers. However, at 12 pm on Saturday, September 19, 40 students gathered in Bryan Hall to help save lives across the world and to re-establish their club’s force on campus.
Frank Fuerst graduated from Washington University in 1955. A member of Sigma Nu, Lock & Chain and ThurtenE, Fuerst met his match in a student named June, the vice president of Gamma Phi. The two fell in love and dated throughout their four years of college, and six months after graduation, they were married.
Everyone loves good food—so it’s no secret that if a restaurant offers delicious meals, it will attract attention. But it’s the restaurants that go above and beyond this standard that are harder to find. That’s right, I’m talking about good service. Coco Louco Brasil, the Central West End’s new Brazilian churrascaria, features exceptional food and […]
As students, we easily get so wrapped up in our lives here at Washington University that we forget that there is life beyond the Danforth Campus. We also forget that our professors have lives of their own. For professor Mary Jo Bang, director of the Creative Writing Program at Washington University, life outside the classroom […]
Washington University attracts new students with its spacious dorm rooms and incredible campus food (both ranked as some of the best in the nation by Princeton Review). Not to mention we boast highly respected faculty, top-quality education and a beautiful campus. But when you add a private full-service beauty salon to that list, who could […]
The first few weeks of the semester are jam-packed with events happening on and off campus—keep on top of everything happening in St. Louis with this handy list.
Check out some of these well-known St. Louis venues where you can easily have fun in groups and get to know fellow students without any awkward silences or forced conversations.