Students and chefs gathered in Tisch Commons on Tuesday evening for the first annual North vs. South Champion Chef Competition, sponsored by Bon Appétit. Selected students and Bon Appétit chefs participated in a vegan tempeh recipe cook-off, which was part of a series of events surrounding eco chef and cookbook author Bryant Terry’s visit to campus.
Adriel Johnson, 52, graduated from Washington University in 1979 and continued to have an impact on the lives of the individuals he encountered until the day he died. Johnson, an associate professor of biology from Tuskegee, Ala., was one of three professors killed in Friday’s shootings at the University of Alabama in Huntsville (UAH).
Due to multiple alleged infractions that occurred during the fraternity recruitment process this semester, Zeta Beta Tau fraternity’s recognition on both the University and national level is currently suspended pending further investigation.
For the first time in recent history, the former dean of Arts & Sciences is the dean of the School of Engineering & Applied Science.
Biology professor Ralph Quatrano was named the dean of the School of Engineering on Friday afternoon.
Student Life reporter Perry Stein asked five students questions about the last decade.
The 29-year-old graduate student who was left for dead in the basement laundry room of her off-campus apartment building is now recovering from the attack and in stable condition.
A female graduate student was found physically beaten in the basement laundry room of her off-campus apartment building in the early afternoon on Monday, Dec. 21.
The University announced this morning that it received a $30 million endowment gift from the Danforth Foundation to establish a center for religion and politics on campus. Set to open in January 2010, the center will examine the role of religion in American political discourse. Five new faculty members to be given endowed professorships will […]
Senior Maryse Pearce organized a group singing of Queen’s “Bohemian Rhapsody” in the DUC Tuesday, November 14th. Tuesday was the 18th anniversary of Queen frontman Freddy Mercury’s death due to AIDS.
BLTs at Wash. U. have just dropped the T. Effective this past Monday, Bon Appétit—the subcontractor that provides catering for Dining Services—no longer serves tomato slices or wedges on campus.
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