Question: Charles M. Rice won the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine this month for work he conducted while on the School of Medicine faculty. What was the medical advancement that warranted the Nobel?
Question: In past election cycles, Washington University has regularly served as the host for a debate. Which of these debates held on campus had the most viewers?
Question: The university has made a number of changes in response to COVID-19 to keep faculty, staff and students safe this year. How many study cubbies have been installed on the Danforth Campus?
Question: The first woman to be appointed U.S. poet laureate served on the faculty at WashU. Who was she?
Question: When was the Danforth University Center formally dedicated?
Question: One of the impressive new spaces that opened last fall is Kuehner Court in the Sam Fox School. How many different plant species make up the 30-foot green wall?
Question: University Libraries boasts a rare copy of the Declaration of Independence, known as a Southwick broadside. How many copies of it exist today?
Question: In what year was what’s now called the Department of African and African-American Studies in Arts & Sciences established?
Question: Which artist created “Cosmic Filaments,” an iridescent work commissioned for permanent display in the Kemper Art Museum lobby, which reopened last fall?
Question: In honor of Memorial Day, which Washington University building was donated as a gift in memory of an alumnus who died while serving in World War I?