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?
Question: How long did the 1904 Olympics, held on what’s now known as the Danforth Campus, last?
Question: Barry Commoner, who was a university biologist and leader in the environmental movement, helped conduct the St. Louis Baby Tooth Survey, begun in 1958. How many teeth were collected in that effort?