Just outside of Mallinckrodt but before you hit the library hulks a thin and pensive piece of bronze known affectionately by Washington University in St. Louis students as “the Bunny.” Thought by many to be a Wash. U. original—after all, how many bronze bunnies does one see—this piece is just one of many emaciated bunnies […]
Bright and early on Saturday morning, students from eight different schools from as far away as the University of Illinois gathered to participate in the second annual St. Louis Race to Entrepreneurship. Even through the speed trivia and the sleepy 9 a.m. haze, the students were literally running for the prize.
If you’re reading this, you probably haven’t moved to Canada, which means that your candidate of choice has won! Congratulations! Or maybe your candidate did lose and you’re holed up in your room crying into your copy of StudLife. Our condolences. Either way, the election is over and it’s time to get your life back. […]
Remember the day you went to paint a mural at a St. Louis school? Remember how you were as painted as the mural? You can have these good times once again! From those who brought you Service First comes a continuing service opportunity called Service Second. In honor of the 10th anniversary of Service First, […]
During a beautiful hour of dawdling, a Washington University student goes onto Facebook. But wait. He clicks on his friend’s profile, but where is his information? And what the heck are “boxes?” Welcome to the new Facebook.
Airport security is one of those terrible yet necessary parts of life that everyone loves to hate. Everyone worries about getting through the lines, being the random person selected for a special screening and forgetting to throw out their water bottles. Whether a person is traveling abroad or traveling domestically, security is the inevitable beginning of every flight-based vacation.
Just outside of Mallinckrodt, but before you hit the library, hulks a thin and pensive piece of bronze known affectionately by Washington University students as “the Bunny.” Thought by many to be a Wash. U. original—after all, how many bronze bunnies does one see?—this piece is just one of many emaciated bunnies placed throughout both the country and the world.