Rural high school counselors take a tour through campus
Dacoda Scarlett (far left), associate director for rural recruitment in undergraduate admissions, joins rural high school counselors March 7 for a full day of programming designed to help them better support students in the college admissions process. WashU is part of the STARS College Network, a coalition of 16 of the nation’s leading universities and colleges who are working to build pathways for students from small-town and rural communities. (Photo: Rebecca Clark/Washington University)
People run in marathon on campus
WashU celebrates 314 Day with a 3.14 mile run through campus and Forest Park on March 14. The run reflects a new partnership between WashU and GO! St. Louis in the upcoming Greater St. Louis Marathon. (Photo: Danny Reise/Washington University)
Runners celebrate with coffee and donuts
Participants of the 314 Fun Run enjoy coffee and doughnuts post-run on March 14 in Tisch Park. The run, sponsored by WashU and GO! St. Louis, went through campus and Forest Park. (Photo: Danny Reise/Washington University)
Daffodils in full bloom
Daffodils are in full bloom near Seigle Hall on March 13. (Photo: Virginia Harold/Washington University)
Cyclist rides bike
A cyclist rides across campus March 13. Cycling to campus is a sustainable and healthy commute option and an easy way to get around campus. The Danforth Campus provides bike paths, racks and fix-it stations. (Photo: Virginia Harold/Washington University)
Speaker on stage at town hall
Carla Bailey, director of learning and development for Human Resources, speaks during the Danforth Staff Council spring forum, held March 19 in Knight Hall. (Photo: Carol Green/Washington University)
Team members at town hall
Kat Weir (second from right), council member and program coordinator for the Center for Teaching and Learning, shares a question during the Danforth Staff Council spring forum March 19 in Knight Hall. Also pictured are (from left) Cynthia Skroska, Will Andrews, Courtney Cushard and Amber Brown. (Photo: Carol Green/Washington University)
Pianist Joyce Yang performs
Grammy-nominated pianist Joyce Yang performs March 24 as part of WashU’s Great Artists Series, sponsored by the Department of Music in Arts & Sciences, in the E. Desmond Lee Concert Hall. (Photo: Jamie Perkins/Washington University)
Pianist Joyce Yang talks to student
Grammy-nominated pianist Joyce Yang leads a piano masterclass March 25 in the E. Desmond Lee Concert Hall. (Photo: Jamie Perkins/Washington University)

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