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Protecting Wild Apes

Anthropologist Crickette Sanz is co-director of the Goualougo Triangle Ape Project, which promotes the long-term conservation of Congo’s great apes and ape habitat.

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Celebrating Year of the Dragon

Two WUSTL student groups organize annual campus celebrations, with the hope of making Asian culture accessible to the university community.   

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Overcoming Adversity: From Tics to Tolerance

Alumnus Marc Elliot uses his struggles with Tourette syndrome to speak about tolerance with students around the country.  

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Circus Flora Welcomes University

Join alumni, friends, students, parents and staff for the first-ever Washington University Day at Circus Flora, Sat., June 9.

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Long-term conservation of Congo’s great apes is primary aim.

Asian culture is focus of student celebrations.

Elliot uses public speaking as a way to teach about tolerance.

Circus Flora hosts Washington University.

UNIVERSITY FEATURE:

Examining the Forgotten Constitutional Right

John Inazu VideoLaw Professor John Inazu suggests that one way to reclaim the right of assembly is to raise it as an independent claim in constitutional litigation.

UNIVERSITY FEATURE:

To Honor William Greenleaf Eliot’s Birth and Legacy

In fall 2011, the Rev. Dr. Earl K. Holt republished William Greenleaf Eliot: Conservative Radical to honor the 200th anniversary of Eliot’s 1811 birth.

UNIVERSITY FEATURE:

Protecting Wild Apes

Crickette Sanz, assistant professor of anthropology, is co-director of the Goualougo Triangle Ape Project. The organization’s mission is to promote the long-term conservation of Congo’s great apes and ape habitat.

ALUMNI FEATURE:

Calibrating His Life to Music

Steve Hogan VideoAlumnus Steve Hogan heads music operations for Internet sensation Pandora, and, on the side, he plays the organ at San Francisco Giants home games.

 

FRONTRUNNERS:

Bears Earn Accolades in Spring 2012

During spring 2012, the Bears, from track & field to softball, continued their long history of athletic excellence.

FRONTRUNNERS:

Protein Discovery Might Prevent Brain Damage

Researchers have found high levels of a protective protein substantially reduce damage that develops when the brain is deprived of oxygen and blood flow.

FRONTRUNNERS:

Israeli High-tech Innovation Impresses Olin Students

Twelve students from Olin Business School traveled to Israel in early 2012 to study the country’s high-tech startups as part of a venture-advising course.

COMMUNITY IN PICTURES:

Celebrating Year of the Dragon

Lunar New Year VideoTwo WUSTL student groups, the Asian Multicultural Council and the Lunar New Year Festival, organize annual campus celebrations, with the hope of making Asian culture accessible to students and other university community members.

 

ALUMNI PROFILE:

Preeclampsia Leads to a New Life Path

After nearly dying from preeclampsia and HELLP syndrome, alumna Jill Owens Siegel decided to dedicate her life to raising awareness for the Preeclampsia Foundation.

ALUMNI PROFILE:

Overcoming Adversity: From Tics to Tolerance

Marc Elliot VideoAlumnus Marc Elliot uses his struggles with Tourette syndrome to address the theme of tolerance with high school and college students around the country.

ALUMNI ACTIVITIES:

‘Wide-Eyed’ Alumni

Alumni enjoyed a Classes Without Quizzes event on panoramic photography at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts in January 2012.

ALUMNI ACTIVITIES:

Circus Flora Welcomes University

Join alumni, students, parents, staff and friends for the first Washington U. Day at Circus Flora, Sat., June 9.

 

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