Their first task this summer: paint the underpass (one of many Wash U traditions).
A project to provide low-cost eyeglasses for people in the developing world and one to develop a cell-death detector will share $25,000 to further develop their projects as winners of the 2014 Discovery Competition.
The 153rd Commencement Ceremony will be held in Brookings Quadrangle on Friday, May 16.
Three seniors created a prosthetic arm on a 3-D printer for a girl who lost her right arm in a boating accident six years ago.
The Green Machine designed by WUSTL undergraduates won the People’s Choice, second place and Best Single Step awards at the 2014 Rube Goldberg Machine Contest.
Setting a meet and school record, freshman Michael Lagieski wins the 100 breaststroke at the 2014 NCAA Division III Swimming & Diving Championships.
Five friends and WUSTL juniors document their studies and travels abroad this semester — on five continents — through stories and photos.
Some people view spring break as a time to relax, maybe go to the beach, but some WUSTL students instead traveled across the globe treating patients, planting trees and digging trenches.
Scientists share their knowledge with the public through FameLab, a science communications competition sponsored by National Geographic and NASA.
Acclaimed violinist Cecilia Belcher (pictured) and pianist Patti Wolf launched KWUR Week 2014.
Sky Zone CEO and WUSTL alum Jeff Platt dons a hipster disguise in the season finale of the popular CBS series Undercover Boss.
Alice Ndikumana, BSBME ’11, credits her engineering background with helping her navigate the complicated issues surrounding health-care reform policy.
“Nestled inside the Danforth University Center, in the heart of Washington University’s campus, is a small restaurant called Ibby’s.”
Art embodies “respect for the well-made thing.”
A junior has taken up knitting sweaters for the campus’ unofficial mascot, appearing in the middle of the night to yarn bomb the Thinker on a Rock statue.
A team of juniors won the gold medal for their analysis of a problem during the international University Physics Competition.
Daniel Giuffra discussed his anti-smoking work as part of a recent U.S. Food and Drug Administration news conference.
The cast of the Performing Arts Department’s upcoming production of You Can’t Take It With You turns the university’s Alma Mater into a Valentine’s Day message to the community.