Class Acts: Celebrating the past, ready for the future

In the countdown to Commencement 2014, we showcase graduating students who are changing the world through research, service and innovation

Class Acts: Serving the community

From teaching in neighborhood classrooms to healing the sick in clinics abroad, WUSTL’s graduating students are creating a better future for children and improving the lives of adults. In the first installment of a five-part series, we celebrate just a few of the many graduates, such as Mike McLaughlin, who are making a difference. Read More

Class Acts: Achieving excellence

WUSTL students have been recognized across the globe for their accomplishments in science, art, business, medicine, engineering, social work and law. In the second installment of a five-part series, we showcase a sampling of achievements by graduating students, including poet Phillip Williams. Read More

Class Acts: Sparking innovation

From starting new businesses to creating new campus traditions to reimagining the urban landscape, WUSTL students have put their innovative ideas into practice. In the third installment of a five-part series, we celebrate graduating students, among them furniture designer Ambika Subramaniam, and their groundbreaking ideas. Read More

Class Acts: Shaping the future

Educated, ambitious and passionate, WUSTL graduates are committed to bettering their communities both here and abroad. In the fourth installment of a five-part series, graduating students, such as Helina Woldekiros, share what’s next in their futures. Read More

Class Acts: Making memories

Between the hours in the lecture hall and the lab, there was dancing in the Quad, cheering at Francis Field and tug of war in the Swamp. In the final installment of a five-part series, graduates look back at some of the events and traditions that made their WUSTL experience special. Read More