Varying in size and setting, Washington University is blessed with an assortment of amazing libraries all around campus. The real problem for students becomes how to decide which library to study in.
And just like that, there were two. The seasoned veteran—despite her wealth of experience, the intensity of her preparation and her possession of the sheer insanity required to pull this stunt for a second time—has exited the competition.
People are deciding to live in the Olin Library as a game of survival, this time competitively. Why are we doing this? For the glory, for the story, for the pride of winning, for no reason.
An open house event allowed Washington University students, faculty and St. Louis residents to tour the recently opened Newman Tower of Collections and Exploration and the Thomas Gallery last Thursday.
Our greatest resource as a University remains in special individuals and relationships that affect positive change. One special person who changed my life and many others was Dean Jim McLeod.
Napping in Olin Library is wasted time. Here are some other, more productive things you can do with your time.
Whisper’s Cafe is back. The reunion was tentative and a little bit awkward.
Olin Library’s Whispers Cafe reopened Tuesday after an 18-month hiatus, offering new coffee and tea options in its latest iteration.
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.