Sold-out in two minutes. After being closed for expansion along the East End, the reopening of the Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum in September was indeed celebratory. The opening exhibition in the new and improved space is Bare Life by the internationally renowned artist—Ai Wei Wei. Before the official opening, there was a soft opening […]
Hey! My name is Paul and I am WashU 360’s newest team member! Here’s a couple things you should know about me! GO BEARS!
So, I finally made a video recapping my summer abroad! In June, I flew to Paris with other Wash U students and professors for a study program in the Anthropology department. It was a summer of art, love, adventures, and wayyy too many crêpes!
Fox in the Field is a student led journalism group that was brought together for the Inauguration of the new Chancellor, Andrew Martin. Fox in the Field is composed of art directors, illustrators, photographers, copywriters, designers, and editors. Our purpose was to illuminate the inaugural events from the art and design perspective. Our strategy was […]
This past spring, I studied abroad in Argentina through SIT’s Argentina: Social Movements and Human Rights Programs. It’s difficult to condense an entire semester into a few paragraphs, but I’ll try. To begin with, I was so nervous before I left. I dreaded getting on the plane because I was unsure of my Spanish skills […]
For as long as I can remember, food has been a central part of my life. It’s an instrumental player in my relationships, my culture, and my interests. When my friends or family and I hang out, it always involves grabbing a meal together, whether it’s at one of our old favorite places or at […]
It’s nice to meet you! My name is Allana Thompson. I am a current sophomore at Wash U pursuing Animation through a Studio Art/Communication Design major and a minor in Korean Language and Culture!
Here is a break down of the rush process as well as a little snippet of my experience in Greek life at WashU!
It’s inauguration day and, thankfully, for all those attending the outdoor ceremony in the quad, fall is finally here. Gone is the muggy heat and now come the calm breezes of sunny afternoons padded with fluffy clouds. The traffic of the morning is headed towards the Knight Center building as the symposium occurs soon in the Emerson Auditorium.
Hello readers! As a new blogger, I believe it’s necessary for me to give a basic introduction and a little information about me.
Hi, I’m A’Daja, English major, and you’re reading WashU 360 blogs! [attempts to draw the bear logo in mid-air…fails miserably]
This summer, I had the privilege of working as a Program Assistant for the College Prep Program at WashU. The College Prep program is an intensive, on-campus learning experience at Washington University for St. Louis area high achieving high school students. College Prep Scholars attend workshops, lectures and campus activities during the summer and academic […]
On a clear, crisp October afternoon, Wash U officially welcomed Andrew Martin as its 15th chancellor.
Welcome to St. Louis Saturdays! This is going to be a series on my page detailing my experiences at different events and places (restaurants, landmarks, etc.) around St. Louis. To be clear, there will be posts about events on other days, but because I love alliteration, I chose ‘Saturday’ for the name.
Hello! As is the nature of introductions in college, here are some basic facts about myself: my name is Yanny, I’m a first-year student in the College of Arts & Sciences, and I’m from New York City. I haven’t declared a major yet so I’m excited to explore the myriad of fascinating courses WashU has […]
Hello, my loyal followers! I have missed you all, dearly. I truly apologize for slacking on my blog posts- apparently, the beginning of sophomore year is *very* busy. Here are some titles that would be fitting for my first month of school: Over-Caffeinated and Low on Meal Points; Was the Bottomless Mug a Mistake? The […]
It is Labor Day Monday and all classes are cancelled, except for ours (don’t worry, it is totally worth it). It is time for the cooking portion of our conversational based Italian cooking class. We arrive in the kitchen and settle down in front of the recipes. Soon we assign a cooking conductor and begin […]
Unsurprisingly for many of us, WashU has a decent number of students on campus that were considered “Theater Kids” in high school; the awkward kids who belted out the Wicked soundtrack in their bedrooms or cried themselves to sleep listening the Hamilton circa 2017. These are the real nitty gritty salt of the Earth theater […]