Talent agent Samantha Chalk, AB ’08, can find a star in an instant.
Anna K. Behrensmeyer never set out to be a pioneer, but she has broken new ground in the field of paleontology, supported diversity in STEM and torn down barriers along the way.
In his art, Kahlil Robert Irving, MFA ’17, tackles some of the deepest questions plaguing the American psyche.
Alumna and future physician Eka Jose has been named a top nine finalist for NCAA Woman of the Year, an elite honor for athletes who have demonstrated excellence in academics, athletics, service and leadership.
Alumnus Sam Fitz wants to help us remember and revere our apple culture, starting with apple cider.
Kevin Johnson has worked for more than a decade to compile statistics from the Negro Leagues, ultimately helping them secure some long-awaited Major League recognition.
Brenda Asare has raised billions for nonprofits by taking a for-profit approach.
Dianne Chong studied to be a doctor but ended up in the Women in Engineering Hall of Fame.
Planetary scientist Sarah Stewart Johnson, AB ’01, wants to find the limits of life and broaden our world.
In a business famed for slow and patient aging, it’s been a meteoric rise. Just six years ago, former WashU roommates David Mandell and Daniel Linde stood on a rolling cornfield at the eastern edge of Bardstown, Kentucky. Today, the 100-acre site is home to their Bardstown Bourbon Company, already one of the world’s largest bourbon distilleries.
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