On Wednesday, Untitled (Dividing Time), a flag created by artist Robert Longo, was raised on the plaza in Sam Fox. It is a part of a national art project entitled Pledges of Allegiance organized by Creative Time. The project is meant to spark conversation about how art can raise awareness of current problems in America.
Walking onto the field for the first practice as a sophomore felt drastically different than it had one year earlier as a freshman, and I’m so glad I stuck with it.
At this time last year I was barely a freshman. I arrived for pre-orientation without drama and was grateful for the assistance of older Wash U students who had come early to help first years. I was then provided the information I needed to locate my pre-orientation leaders. The hint, “green squiggly things” on the […]
“Coming here has taught me it’s ok to not know exactly what I want to do or where my life is headed.” As a Belleville, Illinois, native, Stephen had no intention of going to college just a half-hour from his home. However, as he visited other colleges, he began to discover that the best place for him was just across the river.
Sophomore blogger Lexi Jackson details her first year at WashU, student groups, and life at the most friendly campus in the USA.
But not for long! Welcome and come on in! Here’s a little about myself, my many interests here at Wash U and, well, my difficulty in prioritizing them.
Hello everyone! This is just a friendly code-free introductory post 🙂
Hi my name is Megan and I’m a sophomore at Wash U. I’m studying communication Design and Writing. I’m really excited to be writing about the school because I get to share my love for it with you all. I started thinking recently about how all of this started. When I was a senior in […]
Hi everyone! I’m Isabel and I’ll be blogging here. Click to read more about me.
Just a few things about a sophomore who’s still figuring out her life.
Hello? Um, is this thing on? Yeah?
Hello everyone! My name is Lauryn, and I am a sophomore in the College of Arts and Sciences.
Coming from the desert makes everything about Missouri like a dreamland. The vibrant green of the trees and flowers can sometimes feel like a different planet. But the flora and fauna are definitely how I fell in love with this home away from home.
Hello! My name is Jessie, but feel free to call me by my nickname. Click on this post to learn a little bit about me!
Always good for a laugh and a fist bump, Associate Professor Garrett Albert Duncan says the undergraduates’ brilliance and courage are why he’s back for his 21st year at Washington University.
They’re all moved in and ready to go!
Professor: Professor Jennifer Hudson
Position: Prison Education Project Manager
Once you realize that you don’t need a special occasion to eat ice cream, the second part of your life begins.
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