Question: Thurtene, the oldest student-run carnival in the United States, returns to campus this weekend. It has operated without interruption as Thurtene since 1935 except for one year. In which year did the carnival not take place?
Question: From 2008-2018, how many companies were founded by Washington University undergraduate alumni?
Question: Barry Flanagan’s “Thinker on the Rock” provides an interesting navigational marker on the Danforth Campus. Where else can you find this sculpture?
Question: From which reference to George Washington did the university’s first student yearbook receive its name?
Question: Famous aviator Charles Lindbergh received an honorary degree in absentia from Washington University in which year? (He planned to attend the ceremony but had to cancel on short notice.)
Question: Who was the first faculty fellow to live in a residential college on campus, in 1998?
During National Entrepreneurship Month, we ask about one of the many successful women entrepreneurs from WashU. Question: Which alumna founded Nudest, a machine-learning skin tone matching software for beauty and fashion brands?
Question: Irma Rombauer, who attended Washington University for a time, wrote and published which best-selling cookbook?
Question: During World War II, which activities were suspended on campus?
Question: Who is the on-campus bistro Ibby’s named for?