Nine Washington University scholars ruminate on race, COVID-19, police
brutality and America as the house of pain.
Professor Emeritus Wayne Fields reflects on the transformative leadership of Bill Danforth.
Kris Kleindienst, AB ’79, is co-owner of Left Bank Books. During this year’s multiple crises, Kleindienst has found reading, and the community bookstores provide, more important than ever.
New virtual programming addresses the needs of WashU alumni, rather than add to the already growing digital noise.
De Nichols has been working at the intersection of art and social justice since she was a student at Washington University. Now, after completing her Loeb Fellowship at Harvard University, she’s working on her first book and helping St. Louis’ Griot Museum of Black History.
In The Punitive Turn in American Life, WashU alumnus Michael S. Sherry describes how America applied war tactics to fighting crime.
Novelist Teddy Wayne blends personal experience with dynamic fiction to create works that get to the heart of the American experience.
WashU alumni are partnering with their alma mater to improve teacher quality and retention.
Life-altering faculty research, student accomplishment, alumni innovations — Washington magazine covers it all. Through features, profiles and news, the magazine shares the university’s impact on the region, nation and world — with an aim to build and maintain connections with alumni, faculty, staff, parents and friends of the university.