Alumni and friends gathered for the Founders Day dinner Nov. 5, 2011, at the St. Louis Union Station Marriott. Doris Kearns Goodwin, a Pulitzer Prize-winning historian, was this year’s guest speaker.
In his latest book of essays, Professor Gerald Early asks hardball questions about sports and race.
Devised by alumna Liz Claire, the MADE in France program offers students a life-changing four weeks immersed in dance, choreography and costume design in Paris and rural France.
Together, they give $25 million for two new buildings for graduate education.
Alumni Jonathan Pollack and Stefani Pine Pollack took a love of photography and baking, respectively, and turned it into the Cupcake Project.
Hannah Highfill, a master’s student in Islamic studies in Arts & Sciences, received a U.S. Department of State Critical Language Scholarship to study in Tajikistan in summer 2011.
New studies of the brain by Benjamin Shannon, instructor in radiology at the School of Medicine, suggest that juvenile offenders might be able to “outgrow” their impulsivity.
Ten cutting-edge Sukkahs by architects and designers from around the nation – winners of Sukkah City STL, a contemporary design competition – were installed on the Danforth Campus during October.
A member of the Osage Nation, Christy Finsel, MSW ’04, develops asset-building programs for Native communities and for St. Louis students.
Washington University Alumni Association hosts Fall Festival.