Sophomore Carl Stokes has introduced an Amnesty International chapter to the Danforth Campus, offering Washington University students a new opportunity to take action on social issues.
Located on the Delmar Loop just past the well-known Pi Pizzeria, Tavolo V is a casual Italian restaurant with a varied menu and friendly service. It is the ideal restaurant for those nights out when you are seeking pasta or pizza and don’t feel like driving to the Pastaria or the Hill.
Reflections is a club that aims to spread awareness and provide peer support regarding the issues of body image and related eating disorders. This past week was National Eating Disorder Awareness Week, and Reflections hosted a number of events to call students’ attention to these issues.
The things they carried ranged from two $40 cases of beads to a 30-pack of Budweiser. And for around a dozen Washington University students, the burden came with the added benefit of marching in the 2014 Soulard Mardi Gras parade Saturday morning.
He takes versatility to a whole new level, trumping the notion that passion can only be applied to one field. At a school with thousands of well-rounded individuals, he represents just how unbounded interests can be. From chess champion to instrument intellectual and beyond, there’s no one label you can place on Washington University junior Mark Heimann. “At Wash.
While the term “Mardi Gras” conjures more images of drunken revelry than it does of history, the celebration in fact has an interesting story behind it. The quirky day, which includes outlandish activities and crazy costumes, is the perfect escape for those of you that haven’t escaped the confines of Olin Library in more than a week.
Delving into the WUSA League Scene Staff As freshman anxiously await the outcome of their Washington University Student Associate applications, they look to join an exclusive club that comes with an extensive commitment. An online application for interested students was due Feb. 21, and individual interviews for applicants will begin on March 3.
When 21 credits isn’t enough: ArtSci’s unofficial triple major: Recent grad receives Gates Scholarship to study chemistry at Cambridge
Brooke Husic, a 2013 Washington University graduate, was recently awarded the prestigious Gates Cambridge Scholarship to complete a master’s degree in theoretical chemistry. In the coming academic year, she will study energy landscape theory in regard to its application in protein folding with the Wales Group at the University of Cambridge.
If you mention the name David Gumins to a group of people, at least one person invariably knows him and the rest have likely heard his name. On a college campus, you might assume this level of notoriety makes him infamous, but that’s far from the truth. Gumins simply has a hand in everything, from student government to Greek life to various clubs.
St. Louis just turned 250, and Washington University threw it the intellectual equivalent of a birthday party. But while Friday’s symposium focused on the mutual growth of the University and the city around it, some at the event felt the day glossed over lingering tension in the community, some of which the University contributed to.