‘Frankenstein’ opens up a dialogue about medicine, science and inclusion

When a college student says they have Saturday night plans, going to a lecture isn’t the first thing that comes to mind. When I filed into the Clopton Auditorium on Washington University’s Medical Campus just before 7 p.m. on Saturday, however, that’s exactly what I was doing.

Jonah Goldberg and Isabella Neubauer | Contributing Writers

Frankenstein Bicentennial committee hosts competition to promote creative student engagement

The Frankenstein Bicentennial committee is hosting a contest—The Monster Challenge—to encourage continued student engagement with “Frankenstein” by Mary Shelley.

Noah Slaughter | Contributing Reporter

University to celebrate ‘Frankenstein’

Washington University is set to begin its three-semester long commemoration of the 200-year anniversary of “Frankenstein” this fall.

| Senior News Editor

Ogres, opera, and oddity: Fall 2010 theatre preview

“Shrek the Musical” may be an emblem of our generation. Posterity will see “Les Miserables” or “The Lion King,” but “Shrek” will perish once DVD sales halt.

| Theatre Editor