Question: University Libraries boasts a rare copy of the Declaration of Independence, known as a Southwick broadside. How many copies of it exist today?
Question: In what year was what’s now called the Department of African and African-American Studies in Arts & Sciences established?
Question: Which artist created “Cosmic Filaments,” an iridescent work commissioned for permanent display in the Kemper Art Museum lobby, which reopened last fall?
Question: In honor of Memorial Day, which Washington University building was donated as a gift in memory of an alumnus who died while serving in World War I?
Question: How many panes of glass, combined, make up the Schnuck Pavilion and the Sumers Welcome Center?
Question: When Andrew D. Martin became chancellor this year, he also became the second alumnus to lead Washington University in its 166-year history. Who was the first?
Question: How many WashU students have received Rhodes Scholarships, one of the world’s most prestigious academic honors?
Question: How much concrete did the new buildings constructed on the east end of the Danforth Campus require?
Question: Ginkgo Allée is a corridor of trees on the east side of Olin Library whose leaves turn bright yellow in the fall. How old are the largest trees in Ginkgo Allée?
Question: First-year students experienced a nine-day orientation program, known as Bear Beginnings, this year. It includes Convocation, immersive experiences and much more. But decades ago, orientation looked a little different. Which of these activities used to be part of orientation?