I’ve always wanted to be summoned for jury duty. It feels to me like one of those quintessential institutions of American democracy, like public libraries and the postal service.
“Sunken Cities” at the St. Louis Art Museum features art from the submerged ancient city of Thonis-Heracleion. There you can witness a fusion of Greek and Egyptian Style.
Millions of people around the world—including right here in St. Louis—are set to “March for [Their] Lives” Saturday March 24, taking part in a local-turned-global movement to protest gun violence.
Alexxus Harris and Donnell “Slim” Reed have a love story ripped straight from a movie script. Now, the Wash. U. community is showing its love by raising money for the couple’s honeymoon.
The initial switch to grayscale mode was jarring: I felt like Dorothy in reverse, whisked away from the Oz of Technicolor apps and notifications and dropped unceremoniously into a world painted solely in shades of gray.
Environmental and social justice go hand-in-hand. The Washington University Office of Sustainability organized an internship fair to highlight the link.
XMag is a publication devoted to topics ranging from STI prevention to porn and everything in between.
WUpcycle is an initiative to repurpose clothes that might otherwise be deemed unwearable into unique fashion pieces, handmade by Washington University students.
The Wiener Dog Derby is an annual Mardi Gras event of racing dachshunds, produced alongside a pet parade in Soulard Sunday.
This year’s full-length stage play drew themes from recent events in Wash. U.’s public memory.