It must be noted that Student Life’s office, located on the third floor of the DUC, will be moved as part of the space reshuffling. Therefore, each member of our editorial staff is impacted by this move.
’m not sure what my favorite DUC station is, and I’m definitely not sure which one’s your favorite, but I can probably tell you which one you are.
Construction is underway in the Danforth University Center to develop a new office for the vice chancellor for students, Lori White, and to create additional study spaces available to students and the Career Center.
Free STI screenings will be available in the Danforth University Center this Thursday from 12 to 3 p.m. in room 232.
On the unseasonably temperate first day of classes, students sat outside the Danforth University Center lounging on new Adirondack chairs enjoying the weather and catching up with friends. But just as the St. Louis community continues to face the effects of last August’s events in Ferguson, Washington University students continue to support the movements that followed.
The art of local St. Louis students aged four to 14 was featured in Tisch Commons on Tuesday night during the second annual City Faces art show.
Thanks to a collaboration between the Danforth University Center and Dining Services, students can now continue caffeine consumption well after the DUC’s Servery and Cafe Bergson close with the addition of the “DUC & CUP” on-your-honor coffee program.
Students looking to eat on main campus on the weekend will have to turn to Whispers, Cafe Bergson, Einstein Bros Bagles or Subway, as the Danforth University Center Servery and Etta’s no longer operate on the weekends.
Though classes have drawn to a close, students gathered in the Danforth University Center to learn new skills ranging from break dance to DJing to lotion-making as part of Skillshare Sunday. The event was put together by the Skillshare Collective—a collection of student groups including Sharing With A Purpose (SWAP), Kuumba and the Washington University Cooperative.
A fleet of colorful rubber ducks floated in an inflatable kiddie pool outside the Danforth University Center Friday, inviting curious passers-by to step in. This project, entitled “Grab a Duck. Make a Friend!,” is a new community-building initiative spearheaded by seniors Michael Liu and Victoria Wang in an effort to encourage students to meet new people.