The Danforth University Center (DUC) is often filled with the jarring voices of various fraternity and sorority members calling out to students to give money to one charity organization or another, giving out tattoos, bracelets and food. All Greek organizations host philanthropy events.
What happened to the square green plates that were used at the Danforth University Centery (DUC) last year?
Starting this fall, students will have the option to pre-order certain menu items online and pick up their items at the Danforth University Center at no additional cost.
The Danforth University Center, the newest darling of the Danforth Campus, is a little ridiculous. It seems you can’t walk 10 feet without discovering a new plaque.
Although the lunchtime crowds have moved to the Danforth University Center and plans for renovation have been delayed, Mallinckrodt Center still plays a major function in programming by Washington University’s student groups.
Washington University will begin the installation of an interior cellular reception system within the Danforth University Center this week, hoping to alleviate network problems cited by many students.
This year ought to have been an exciting one for student groups looking to utilize Washington University’s new space.
Desiring to find out more about getting involved in St. Louis but feeling quite lazy, I decided to check out the Public Service Fair held in the Danforth University Center on Sept. 23.
Several students groups have expressed dissatisfaction with the Danforth University Center, specifically complaining that the new building does not hold sufficient space for them.
While the Danforth University Center’s planners have made efforts for the building to be environmentally friendly, the center’s Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design certification, which signifies how “green” the building is, will not occur until early 2010.