Members of the Class of 1967 returned to the university to celebrate their 50th Reunion. Much has changed since they were students, but their affinity for the place and people endure.
Members of the Class of 1966 reflect on their memories of campus as they prepare to celebrate their 50th Reunion.
About 1,900 WUSTL alumni and friends plan to be on campus for Reunion at Thurtene Carnival this weekend. They can enjoy tours, classes and trips to St. Louis attractions.
The terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, changed the rules of war, but they also changed media coverage of war and politics, several prominent journalists concluded at a panel discussion Saturday celebrating the 125th anniversary of Student Life, Washington University’s campus newspaper.
Student Life, the 125 year-old independent student newspaper of Washington University in St. Louis, will be celebrating that milestone with a reunion Sept. 12-14. Expected to attend and speak are former Student Life writers Michael Isikoff (A&S ’74), investigative reporter for Newsweek magazine who broke the Monica Lewinsky story in 1998; Ken Cooper (A&S ’77), national editor for The Boston Globe; and Mike Peters (A&S ’65), creator of the “Mother Goose and Grimm” comic strip.