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!
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 […]
Every once and a while, I’m reminded why I love living in St. Louis.
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.
It’s March 12th – what better time to evaluate those New Year’s Resolutions?
“Sunday” End of the weekend Beginning of the school week Work hard, play hard, y’all
“Saturday” LNYF and A full day of Mardi Gras. Tomorrow… homework.
“Friday” Friday is the best Friday is always the best ‘Cause it is Friday
“Thursday” Career fair today Wore a suit for many hours And looked super fly
“Wednesday” Line at Holmes was long But I really do not mind Coca Cola Flank
“Tuesday” WEBSTAC schedule says: First class is at 2 P.M. I say: Netflix binge
“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” – 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 […]
I’ve got a blank space, baby.
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 […]
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 […]