Pop artist BORNS will perform at WUStock in April, Congress of the South 40 announced on Monday. CS40 revealed the name of the artist by placing large letters in the grass west of Olin Library.
Washington University will host a presidential debate on Oct. 9, 2016, the Commission on Presidential Debates (CPD) announced Wednesday.
Washington University will host a presidential debate on Oct. 9, 2016, the Commission on Presidential Debates announced Wednesday.
Bo Burnham, comedian and musician, will perform at the fall comedy show Sep. 9, Social Programming Board announced Wednesday night.
William Jay Smith, a Washington University alumnus and former poet laureate, died last week at a hospital in Massachusetts. He was 97.
Smith, who was born in 1918, graduated with a bachelor’s degree in 1939, and a master’s in 1941, both in French literature. After serving in the Navy during World War II and continuing his studies as a Rhodes scholar, Smith was appointed the consultant in poetry to the Library of Congress, serving from 1968 to 1970.
Gamma Phi Beta sorority has been chosen to form a new chapter at Washington University in the spring of 2016, the Women’s Panhellenic Association announced Tuesday afternoon.
Washington University’s No. 11 women’s tennis team defeated No. 14 DePauw University, No. 15 University of Chicago and No. 30 Denison College over two days to win the Madison Invitational Championship on Saturday as junior Jamie Silverberg won five of her six her matches to exceed 100 career wins.
The suspect in an attempted sexual assault just south of the Delmar Loop is still at large, a crime alert sent out Wednesday night indicated.
This year’s production of “The Vagina Monologues” raised awareness about feminist issues and funds for the local YWCA during its three performances last weekend.
Throughout the year, you may have found yourself too busy with schoolwork to keep up with what’s been happening on and around campus. Never fear—Student Life’s got you covered with a recap of our major stories from 2014.