Through interviews at the beginning and end of the fall semester, four first-year students reflect on on their growth over their first semester of college.
The third episode takes a look at the history of the once beloved hub of the South 40, Wohl Center.
WashU Dining serves thousands of students daily across BD, the Village, and the DUC. Student Life’s Junior Multimedia Editor Sanchali Pothuru joined the team as they prepared for a Wednesday lunch rush on campus.
Producer Carlos Mendoza takes you behind the scenes into the work and shenanigans of “production night”. Everything from copy editing to laying out the pagination is highlighted alongside explanations from the editors of the paper.
So, for this podcast, Editor-in-Chief Via Poolos and Senior Multimedia Editor Jared Adelman sat down with two people who are intimately familiar with the process of dying. In Act One, Dan Loesche explains Washington University’s Gift of Body donation program and what it is like to be a mortician. In Act Two, we talk with Barbara Finch, who is signed up to donate her body to Dan’s program when she dies.
In this episode, Talkow talks with Edo, Loryn, and Emir Nalic, owners of Balkan Treatbox, about the intersection between food, family, and home.
In this episode, Talkow talks with Doug Goldenberg of Lefty’s Bagels to explore how a pair of brother-in-laws pivoted their career paths to a New York-style bagel shop. The best part: Lefty’s Bagels are now served on campus seven days a week at Cafe Bergson, Bears Den, The Village, and Cherry Tree.
In The Secret History of WashU, Student Life Producer Jeremy Slaten shares the stories of the buildings that once defined the Danforth campus. The second episode explores the history of Mudd and Eliot Halls, which served as the home of the Law School and social sciences, respectively.
Student Life Producer Emily Talkow presents Eat STL, a series that profiles chefs in the St. Louis community. In this episode, Talkow talks with Chris Meyer, owner of Songbird.
Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs Dr. Anna Gonzalez answers 73 rapid-fire questions while giving a tour of her St. Louis house. Covering everything from dinner parties to developments in higher education, Dr. G gives Student Life a glimpse into her life and her vision for WashU going forward.
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