Listen to my first installment of the untitled blog-cast series where I give tips and share WashU stories. I am a student podcast co-host, and I am so excited to share this side of myself with each of you!
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 […]
Whether you are a visitor or member on campus, you are bound to witness the ongoing construction. I’ve grown accustom to the tarp-lined fences on my way to class. When I left at the end of Spring Semester, construction was still being finalized. But it was completed by my return to campus in June. A […]
It is my sincerest hope that this blog post answers any general questions you have about SFS.
Her channel is designed to make visualizing diversity easier for future students who want to apply here and envision their attendance.
Here is the second round of Campus I SPY. Goodluck!
The game is simple: guess the name of the building and/or location.
This is a list of rules that I came to learn would have been helpful during my first year at WashU. I want you to succeed within your first year, and so I have supplied you with my veteran advice in the format of commandments. I hope that you are able to implement one or […]
Sparkle’s Creative List of DIY Snacks Using Items from Paws’n’Go—the local South 40 Grocery inside of the Bear’s Den (Aka BD)
Sparkle’s Creative DIY Snacks Using Items from Paws’n’Go
If you’ve just been accepted to Washington University…Congratulations!
If you receive this letter, consider yourself invited to one of the most amazing student engagement programs at Washington University. As a Deneb, I have nothing but high respect for the Deneb Stars Program and its commitment to my overall success as a student at WashU.
You read that correctly! There is a five foot scorpion on campus. Well…I am building one. . Our first assignment in 3D Studio is that of constructing a variety of insects using mere cardboard. In my opinion, many of these insects are prehistoric or native to certain […]
BD is open until 3 a.m. on the weekend. And although you may not eat that late now in high school, you will find yourself walking across the South 40 to BD for the special 1 a.m. chicken and waffles—which is a true tribute to my Chicago taste buds.
Leaving campus is an adventurous way to take a break from the rigor and workload that is WashU. The organizations and extracurricular groups on campus will often lend opportunities for that adventure into the community around your university.
When you hear the phrase “research paper”, what is your first response? Are you intimidated, anxious, or excited?