Shea Gouldd started her first business at 14 years old. Now she is studying entrepreneurism at Washington University and has opened up a second business, Bear-Y Sweet Shoppe, on campus.
Whispers Café is getting a makeover (along with the rest of the library). What was once a courtyard neighboring Olin became one of the most popular study spots and cafés on campus. Here, we take a look back at how the café evolved.
In 2014, Marla Borkson volunteered in Nepal for five months. When an earthquake hit in April 2015 while she was in the middle of her 1L year at Washington University, Borkson knew she had to act. She spent her summer in Nepal helping citizens in rural Nepal get health treatments.
In 2004, Arden Farhi, AB ’07, was a student volunteer for the Bush-Kerry debate. He was assigned to work with CBS and knew he’d found his calling. Now he travels the country and the world producing segments for CBS News’ chief White House correspondent.
Chris Ferguson left the business world to venture into food. Now he’s the founder and owner of Bee’s Knees, providing gourmet bar snacks that pair well with craft beers.
Alumni share remembrances of their time at the university.
Fashion designer Daniel Dugoff, AB ’10, offers tips on where to find the best menswear in the United States and Canada.
At just 27 years old, Daniel DuGoff, AB ’10, has crafted a menswear line that offers exceptional design for everyday wear.
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