During summer 2011, the university’s director of market research emailed a readership survey to more than 34,000 members of Washington Magazine’s alumni community.
Post-9/11 disabled veterans furthered their education, improved employment prospects, and continued to serve their community by participating in The Mission Continues Fellowship Program, according to a new study by the Brown School.
With utopian ambition and scientific precision, Tomás Saraceno redefines both the built environment and the role of the artist. Clouds, bubbles, spider webs and other natural structures inspire his spectacular, gravity-defying installations and visionary sculptural models.
The Mars rover Opportunity is sampling a novel rock type from the planet’s 22,000-meter-wide Endeavour Crater.
For 40 years, Tillie’s Food Shop operated at the corner of Garrison and Sheridan avenues in the JeffVanderLou neighborhood in North St. Louis. More than a grocery store, the site became a hub of informal activism and community empowerment.
Preston M. Green Hall, recently certified LEED Gold, is the third building in a new engineering complex.
The famed New Yorker cartoonist Roz Chast (see sample at left) and historian Douglas Brinkleypresented keynote addresses for the university’s 10th annual faculty book colloquium in December 2011.
Five national championships, 10 Final Fours, 19 UAA championships, 17 UAA Coach of the Year and seven NCAA Division III Coach of the Year honors.
Howard Wood credits his success in business to one fundamental principle: “If you hire bright, dedicated people, they will see to it that you succeed.” As co-founder of two of the nation’s most successful telecommunications companies, Wood understands the value of investing in talented individuals.
Xi’an Famous Foods in New York City is becoming a phenomenon. Critics rhapsodize about its strictly authentic cuisine from the northwestern Chinese city of Xi’an, the country’s ancient capital and former gateway to the Silk Road.