Serving others during spring break

For some, spring break is all about relaxing. But some WUSTL students instead traveled across the globe treating patients, planting trees and digging trenches.

Passover opportunities for students, families​

Jewish families in the WUSTL community are encouraged to consider hosting a student for Passover. St. Louis Hillel seeks families to open their homes and share a warm, home-away-from-home Passover experience with students. To participate, hosts and students must register by March 20.

What do you believe? Assembly Series wants to know

To explore the state of spiritual life at Washington University, two campus ministers, Rabbi Avi Orlow of Hillel and the Rev. Gary Braun of the Catholic Student Center, will share their beliefs and guide an open discussion for the Assembly Series. The event, free and open to the public, will be held at 4 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 15, in Graham Chapel. Amy Heath-Carpentier, a career development specialist in the Career Center, will moderate.

What do you believe? Assembly Series wants to know at the Oct. 15 Assembly Series

To explore the state of spiritual life at Washington University, two of its many campus ministers, Rabbi Avi Orlow of Hillel, and Reverend Gary Braun of the Catholic Student Center, will share their beliefs and guide an open discussion for the Assembly Series. The event, free and open to the public, will be held on Monday, October 15 at 4 p.m. in Graham Chapel. Amy Heath-Carpentier, a career development specialist with the Career Center, will moderate.