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Alumna and future physician Eka Jose has been named a top 30 finalist for NCAA Woman of the Year, an elite honor for athletes who have demonstrated excellence in academics, athletics, service and leadership.


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A conversation with Admissions’ Ronné Turner

A conversation with Admissions’ Ronné Turner

Grades. Co-curricular activities. Personal essays and videos. These are some of the factors that admissions officers are now evaluating as they build the Class of 2026. No longer on that list: family income. Here, Ronné Turner, vice provost for admissions and financial aid, discusses how the new need-blind policy and other changes will impact the admissions process.
‘She Kills Monsters’

‘She Kills Monsters’

When teenage Dungeon Master Tilly Evans dies in a car wreck, her sister must commence a mythic quest of her own. So begins “She Kills Monsters,” a bittersweet coming-of-age story filled with demon queens, secret tomes and ragtag adventurers battling for lost souls.

Celebrating WashU Athletics’ return to full competition

For the first time since the pandemic began, in spring of 2020, all of Washington University’s varsity athletic teams are returning to competition. In this video, we celebrate all of our scholar-champions as they prepare to start the 2021-22 season.


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