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On Becoming a Scholar

Washington University undergraduate students carry out significant research and, as a result, earn prestigious awards and scholarships.

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Alumni Attend Classes Without Quizzes

In fall 2010, New York alumni and friends attended “Tutankhamun and the Golden Age of the Pharaohs” with Professor Sarantis Symeonoglou.

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Back to the Future: Realizing a Vision

Gullivar Shepard, AB ’93, is among the faculty, students and alumni who competed to build on Eero Saarinen’s idea of a unified waterfront.

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A Writer’s Life: Real, but Unlikely

John Brandon, MFAW ’01, is one of two alumni novelists featured in “The New York Times Sunday Book Review” in summer 2010.

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Undergraduates earn prestigious awards and scholarships.

The Washington University Club in New York learns about ancient Egypt.

Alumnus Gullivar Shepard is leading the team to unite the Arch with the rest of the city, the river and surrounding areas.

Alumni novelists John Brandon and Adam Ross find their voices, and much-awaited recognition.

University Feature:

Unearthing Clues to Ancient Society Just east of downtown St. Louis, university faculty, students and alumni explore Cahokia Mounds — the remains of the most sophisticated pre-Columbian civilization north of Mexico.

University Feature:

On Becoming a Scholar Washington University undergraduate students carry out significant research and, as a result, earn prestigious awards and scholarships.

University Feature:

Back to the Future: Realizing a Vision Faculty, students and alumni build on Eero Saarinen’s idea of a unified waterfront — one where the Gateway Arch joins with the rest of the city, the river and surrounding areas.

Alumni Feature:

A Writer’s Life: Real, but Unlikely After many years, alumni novelists Adam Ross and John Brandon find their voices, and much-awaited recognition.

Frontrunners:

Teams Bear Down in Fall 2010 During fall 2010, the Washington University Bears continued their long history of athletic excellence.

Frontrunners:

Camp Grows on Children, Community In a low-income area north of the university, an all-volunteer-staffed children’s center welcomes two MFA students and their vision for a brighter summer learning experience.

Frontrunners:

On God and PoliticsJon Meacham, former editor of Newsweek and Pulitzer-prize-winning author, delivered the inaugural lecture for the Danforth Center on Religion & Politics.

Community in Pictures:

Students Celebrate DiwaliDiwali, or Festival of Lights, is one of the most-widely celebrated and largest student-run productions on campus each year.

Alumni Activities:

2011 Travel Program: Combining Adventure With Learning Each year, Washington University’s Travel Program offers alumni and friends exceptional travel and learning experiences to some of the most culturally rich locations around the globe.

Alumni Activities:

Classes Without Quizzes: Tutankhamun and the Golden Age of the Pharaohs The Washington University Club program offered New York alumni and friends the opportunity to learn from WUSTL's leading ancient Egyptian scholar, Professor Sarantis Symeonoglou. 

Alumni Highlights:

2010 Graduate Named Rhodes ScholarPriya Mallika Sury, AB ’10, an anthropology and Spanish double major, both in Arts & Sciences, was selected a 2010 Rhodes Scholar. 

 

 

 

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