Protecting Wild Apes

Protecting Wild Apes

Crickette Sanz, assistant professor of anthropology, and David Morgan, conservation and research fellow at the Lincoln Park Zoo and Wildlife Conservation Society, are co-directors of the Goualougo Triangle Ape Project. Their organization’s mission is to promote the long-term conservation of Congo’s great apes and ape habitat.
Calibrating His Life to Music

Calibrating His Life to Music

Alumnus Steve Hogan heads music operations for Internet sensation Pandora; on the side, he plays the organ at San Francisco Giants home games.
Celebrating Year of the Dragon

Celebrating Year of the Dragon

Mon., Jan. 23, marked the observed date for the Lunar New Year, one of the most important traditional Asian holidays of the year. Two WUSTL student groups, the Asian Multicultural Council and the Lunar New Year Festival (LNYF), annually organize campus celebrations, with the hope of making Asian culture accessible to as many students and […]
Preeclampsia Leads to a New Life Path

Preeclampsia Leads to a New Life Path

In October 2004, Jill Owens Siegel, MArch ’92, was enjoying what she thought was a normal pregnancy. Her body was swelling, but she thought that was to be expected a few months before her due date.
Overcoming Adversity: From Tics to Tolerance

Overcoming Adversity: From Tics to Tolerance

Marc Elliot, AB ’08, is one of the most sought-after young public speakers in the country. Preaching the theme of tolerance, he travels to high schools and colleges talking about his struggles with Tourette syndrome, a condition he was diagnosed with at age 9 while growing up just outside St. Louis.
Circus Flora Welcomes University

Circus Flora Welcomes University

Join alumni, parents, friends, students and staff for the first-ever Washington University Day at Circus Flora. This promises to be a fun event for the whole family as Circus Flora presents The Wizard: Merlin & the Legends of King Arthur.