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The Road Less Traveled

Washington University grads have the confidence to pursue their dreams — even if those dreams don’t quite mesh with their majors.

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In the Loop

WUSTL is moving forward with an $80 million mixed-use development of student apartments and retail spaces in the Delmar Loop, providing a model of sustainable urban living.

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Committed to Action

Clinton Global Initiative University students gathered at Washington University April 5–7 to fine-tune their plans for tackling some of society’s most urgent challenges.

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Cosmic Research in Antarctica

WUSTL researchers travel to remote Antarctica to conduct balloon-borne astronomy experiments to solve the mysteries of cosmic rays.

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A WUSTL education prepares graduates for many career options.

WUSTL invests in the Delmar Loop, modeling sustainable urban living.

Public service was top of mind during CGI U weekend.

Antarctica serves as a perfect laboratory for balloon-borne astronomy experiments.

UNIVERSITY FEATURE:

Changing of the Guard

After 25 years, top academic officer Ed Macias steps down; going forward, he will focus on educational technologies.

UNIVERSITY FEATURE:

Committed to Action

Clinton Global Initiative University students gathered at Washington University April 5–7 to fine-tune their plans for tackling some of society’s most urgent challenges.

UNIVERSITY FEATURE:

Cosmic Research in Antarctica

WUSTL researchers travel to remote Antarctica to conduct balloon-borne astronomy experiments to solve the mysteries of cosmic rays.

ALUMNI FEATURE:

The Road Less Traveled

Washington University grads have the confidence to pursue their dreams — even if those dreams don’t quite mesh with their majors.

FRONTRUNNERS:

Bee Venom: A New Weapon Against AIDS

Medical school researchers find that nanoparticles carrying a toxin found in bee venom can destroy the human immune-deficiency virus.

FRONTRUNNERS:

Three Questions for Madeleine Daepp

Madeleine Daepp, AB ’13, a Rhodes Scholar finalist with a passion for agricultural policy and production, shares her thoughts on food.

FRONTRUNNERS:

Survey Says

Washington Magazine surveyed 350 seniors, who shared their favorites on and off campus, and their plans for the future.

COMMUNITY IN PICS:

In the Loop

WUSTL is moving forward with an $80 million mixed-use development of student apartments and retail spaces in the Delmar Loop, providing a model of sustainable urban living.

ALUMNI PROFILE:

Stuffed Animal Ambassador

Elizabeth Beltrán Martí, BSBA ’04, parlayed her international business and marketing education into an international marketing career at Build-A-Bear Workshop.

ALUMNI PROFILE:

Engineering a Recovery

David Herman, BSCE ’04, is using his civil engineering skills to help restore earthquake-damaged buildings in Christchurch, New Zealand.

ALUMNI PROFILE:

Paint, Page, Pop-Up: Books as Art

Fine artist and educator Carol Barton, BFA ’76, is helping teach a new generation of paper engineers the art of making pop-up books.

MY WASHINGTON:

Entrepreneurial Ripple Effect

Through extraordinary vision and a deep belief in the power of innovation, Julie and Bob Skandalaris have helped created one the country’s top entrepreneurship programs at the university.

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