One of the coolest things about classes in the Olin Business School is that there will typically be a few guest lecturers throughout the semester. Here’s a sampling of guests who visited my Retail Management class!
Life on the South 40: Highlights
The South 40 (literally, forty acres of living space located directly south of the Danforth Campus) is home to about 3,200 students in twenty-three residence halls. Generally, all freshmen and many sophomores live on the 40 – so as a junior who still calls the 40 “home” (and, no, I’m not even an RA), I’m […]
It’s hard to believe that my college decision process started three years ago. Three years ago I applied to Washington University in St. Louis, and I haven’t looked back since. Here’s why:
Intersections Between Classes: Experimental Psychology, Physics of the Brain, Consumer Behavior – Oh My!
As we’re nearing the end of the semester, I’d like to take a moment to reflect on what I believe to have been the most cohesive set of diverse classes I have ever taken simultaneously. As a tour guide, I introduce myself: “Hi, I’m Aaron! I’m from Charlotte, North Carolina, double majoring in Neuroscience and […]
I Can’t Bey-Lieve It
Every once and a while, I’m reminded why I love living in St. Louis.
Just Another Thursday Morning
From Disney to dessert, what I had originally planned to be a usual Thursday morning turned out to be quite unusual in the best of ways.
New Year’s Resolutions Revisited
It’s March 12th – what better time to evaluate those New Year’s Resolutions?
A Week of Haiku: Sunday
“Sunday” End of the weekend Beginning of the school week Work hard, play hard, y’all
A Week of Haiku: Saturday
“Saturday” LNYF and A full day of Mardi Gras. Tomorrow… homework.
A Week of Haiku: Friday
“Friday” Friday is the best Friday is always the best ‘Cause it is Friday
A Week of Haiku: Thursday
“Thursday” Career fair today Wore a suit for many hours And looked super fly
A Week of Haiku: Wednesday
“Wednesday” Line at Holmes was long But I really do not mind Coca Cola Flank
A Week of Haiku: Tuesday
“Tuesday” WEBSTAC schedule says: First class is at 2 P.M. I say: Netflix binge
A Week of Haiku: Monday
“Established 2008, WU-SLam quickly became one of the fastest growing groups on Washington University in St. Louis’ campus. With a solid performance crew and their weekly inklings meetings, WU-SLam tries to take poetry from the class room to the dorm room and turn it up on the stage. By holding monthly poetry slams, WU-SLam not only […]
“Time flies like an arrow, fruit flies like a banana.”
“Time flies like an arrow, fruit flies like a banana” – just one of the many biology puns that can be found in the Biology 2970 lab manual. It feels like just last week I was browsing online for a tapestry to fill the blank spaces of my new dorm room, and about three months […]
New Year, New Walls
I’ve got a blank space, baby.
Have a Great Summer, WashU!
Finals are over. Dorms are empty. Campus is quiet. Freshman year is officially over. I kept telling myself that I was so ready for summer, and yet, there are a few things I’m going to miss about WashU… I’ll miss the smell of Dauten in the rain, the smell of dried oatmeal in a mug […]
What’s up WashU?
Hello! My name is Aaron, I’m from Charlotte, North Carolina, and I’m super excited to be one of your new student bloggers! I am currently a freshman in the College of Arts and Sciences, leaning towards a major in Biology with a concentration in Neuroscience, and Marketing through the Olin Business School. Last week I […]