Every school has its iconic spot, that undeniably endearing hole in the wall of which every student has some story to tell. Wash U’s John’s Donuts. It’s not much for grandeur, but it has nevertheless embedded itself in the campus culture in a fascinating way!
There is nothing WashU students love more than free stuff. Here’s a list of some of my favorite free food opportunities on campus!
Before coming to Wash U, I wondered about whether I would get tired of eating cafeteria food all the time. After all, even the best cafeteria food gets old after you’ve eaten it for a while. For my first few weeks at Wash U, although I enjoyed the food, I couldn’t help wanting some variety. […]
Located a short walk away from campus, the Loop is filled with great restaurants serving all types of food. Whether you’re in the mood for a barbecue place like Salt and Smoke or traditional diner fare like at the Peacock Diner or a build your own pizza places like Pi Pizzeria or a Mexican food […]
A little about my experience volunteering at the St. Louis Festival of Nations, an awesome multicultural celebration near Wash U. Stay tuned for Cultural Festivals part II— the Japanese Festival!
Hey all! The weather is warming up here, so I thought I’d do a small vignette about one of my new favorite ice cream places!
At age 3, Shea Gouldd knew who Emeril Lagasse was. “When I was a toddler, I used to watch cooking shows instead of cartoons,” says the class of 2017 entrepreneurship major. By the time she was in seventh grade, Gouldd was an avid baker.
I am currently studying abroad with Sam Fox’s College of Architecture here in Florence, Italy. After living in Florence for about a month now, I am eager to share my thoughts on living abroad. I cannot think of a better place to explore the arts. Florence has quickly become my home, welcoming me into its cobblestone maze and feeding me with outrageous food. I am lucky to be here.
Because Food & Coffee is Life
So for those of you who aren’t from the St. Louis area, you’d probably be surprised to hear that St. Louis has the second highest number of free cultural events throughout the year, after Washington D.C. Therefore, it’s a great place to live and an awesome place to be a student, too. One of these […]
Coming into sophomore year, I had no idea what my year would look like. Freshman year was such a blast—new friends, new city, new lifestyle. Sophomore year, however, was more of exploring all of these already established memories on a deeper level. To me, sophomore year is basically a cooler version of freshman year, but with more familiarity and comfort along with the excitement and fun!
Hey guys! It’s finally April. These past few weeks, the weather on campus has been amazing. Yesterday afternoon, the temperature got up to around 80 degrees Celsius! 🙂 My April so far has been full of extremely fun events.
A bunch of my friends are studying abroad in Europe right now, and I see their Snapchat stories of dripping gelato cones, mouthwatering pasta plates, and rows of decadent sweets. Although I admit I am jealous, it only makes me more determined to eat the best food here at WashU. Our food, as it happens, is rated #1 out of all the colleges in America.
I’ve done it. I’ve actually done it. I survived Intensive Czech. Today was the last day of our three hour Czech language classes and – even though I really appreciated the class and actually have become more interested in learning functional Czech, or what I like to call “Taxi Czech” – I’m also relieved that […]