Question: First-year students experienced a nine-day orientation program, known as Bear Beginnings, this year. It includes Convocation, immersive experiences and much more. But decades ago, orientation looked a little different. Which of these activities used to be part of orientation?
Question: What is the oldest residential college on the South 40?
Question: What was McMillan Hall before it became a classroom building?
Question: The copy of the Declaration of Independence on display in Olin Library originated in what colony?
Question: The Field House witnessed the final game of what major-league sports team in 1960?
Question: In what year did U.S. Army Gen. George Marshall, author of what became known as the Marshall Plan, which helped rebuild European countries after World War II, deliver the Commencement address at Washington University?
Question: The universitywide Commencement ceremony will take place May 17. On that day, what color of tassels and velvet hoods signifies students graduating from the McKelvey School of Engineering?
Question: Thurtene, the oldest student-run carnival in the United States, returns to campus this weekend. It has operated without interruption as Thurtene since 1935 except for one year. In which year did the carnival not take place?
Question: From 2008-2018, how many companies were founded by Washington University undergraduate alumni?
Question: Barry Flanagan’s “Thinker on the Rock” provides an interesting navigational marker on the Danforth Campus. Where else can you find this sculpture?