When school started last August, students would peer into the gap between McMillan Hall and the Knight Executive Center to get a glimpse of a monstrous hole in the ground. By winter break, that hole was filled with a large skeleton of iron beams. Today, that structure is starting to resemble an actual building—and a magnificent one at that.
St. Louis has a wealth of activities to offer for those of us who choose to stay here over the summer. Whether you feel like shelling out a little cash or going for the freebies, and whether you feel like staying near Wash. U. or venturing outside the neighborhood, you are bound to find opportunities that fit your wallet and sense of adventure.
Many view college as the place you learn how to change the world around you—a place to learn skills for the “real” world to take with you once you graduate. However, people often fail to see the opportunities available to make a change in their environment now.
In honor of the fast-approaching spring W.I.L.D., Student Life put together a handy schedule to get through this Friday. 10:40 a.m.: Intend on waking up early to pre-game lab work. End up off by approximately two hours. 11:15 a.m.: Stumble into the Village to take advantage of free pancakes. Regret existence and the paper you [...]
You may have seen her around Paws & Go on the weekends sometime between 5 p.m. and 1:30 a.m. You also may have seen her in Bear’s Den or the Cherry Tree Cafe because BaLaurn Jones is one of the few employees at Wash. U. who is cross-trained to work in all three areas. Jones is a 23-year-old student who attends Forest Park Community College.
“I think when you say to people that the vibrator was used as a medical treatment, that already is astonishing,” Henry Schvey said about the contraption at the center of “In the Next Room (or The Vibrator Play).
St. Louis means Budweiser products, Cardinals baseball, the Arch, the Delmar Loop, Nelly, crime and the question, “Where did you go to high school?” And the food— oh, the food: toasted ravioli, St. Louis-style pizza with the notorious Provel cheese, slingers, gooey butter cake.
This past Friday night, hundreds of Washington University students stepped out in their finest formal wear to attend Linus, one of the semester’s most anticipated events.
I’ll take remarkable Washington University students for $400. Clue: Name a Wash. U. sophomore who recently competed on “Jeopardy.” Answer: Who is Nishanth Uli? Student Life: Congratulations again! How does one go about getting on “Jeopardy”?
Even before the event had officially started, many Washington University students gathered on the Swamp Friday to celebrate Holi were plenty colorful.