Sometime all you need is the right atmosphere. Take this quiz to find out what’s the right Wash. U. library for you.
The new north entrance to Olin Library, located across from Louderman Hall, opened Nov. 1 as the south entrance, located across from Rebstock Hall and previously the only point of access to the library, closed.
Construction on the east end expansion, Olin Library and Bryan Hall are all on schedule.
Here are a few of my most-loved study spots around the Danforth Campus.
Following commencement in May, Washington University broke ground on its largest capital project to date while continuing work on two other sites—Olin Library and Bryan Hall/Overpass, also known as the Driving Discovery project.
Between the expansion of Umrath House, the ongoing renovations to Olin Library and the frequent Overpass closures, it’s safe to say that students at Washington University are used to construction.
After 48 hours of festivities and opening ceremonies, the Gary M. Sumers Recreation Center has finally been christened as the newest building on Washington University’s campus. Tens of millions of dollars, two years of partial closures, a presidential debate and a few patched renovations later, the student body has been rewarded for their patience.
In the spirit of taking quizzes that vaguely reflect something about you on some thin surface level, read on below to find out what campus building you are (a.k.a. your newest study spot—you’re welcome).
It’s a shame that the ongoing construction at Olin Library has forced the closing of Whispers Cafe this semester, but don’t worry: You still don’t actually have to leave the library to get sustenance. Here is your complete guide to whipping up a delicious five-course gourmet meal using items available for purchase in the Olin Library vending machines.
Due to complications in the excavation phase of the project, the Olin Library expansion will be extended an entire semester and is on track to be finished for the spring 2018 semester.