The Fattened Caf. is one of four minority or woman-owned restaurants new to campus this year as an effort by University Dining Services to bring the St. Louis restaurant community to WashU.
For the first time in over ten years of competition, the Washington University Raas dance team brought home numerous trophies from bid competitions in the collegiate competitive circuit. Their success in these competitions moved them up to be ranked thirteenth in the country –– three spots away from an opportunity to compete at Raas All-Stars.
At Washington University, students are able to wholly operate their own businesses on campus.
HackWashU will be the first of many competitions hosted in the 2023 season of Major League Hacking, a series of hackathons held across the country.
Washington University dining workers are the driving factors behind keeping the WashU community fed — and almost more importantly, caffeinated. Here are a handful of faces that you’ll see around campus:
“WashU really outperformed expectations,” Andrew Shiman, club president and B-Team first board, said. “A-Team was 16th, and the field had a lot of Grandmasters and International Masters, so we did a lot better than our rating suggested.”
Freshman Izagani Aquino created Izagani Omega Pi, the University’s first “fratority,” to help freshmen find community during this transitional period of their lives.
After membership numbers for Beta Theta Pi dropped last year, WU opted to use their fraternity house as a home for transfer students, while some Beta members moved in to the Alpha Delta Phi house.
Xin Wei, the owner of Corner 17, W Karaoke Lounge and Lulu’s Local Eatery, recently completed his Master of Business Administration degree at the Olin Business School. Wei is a restaurateur who has been involved in the industry since 2007, when his family opened their first restaurant. In 2013, Wei’s family opened Corner 17, a […]
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