Washington University in St. Louis students aren’t waiting until they graduate to achieve great things. The following stories recount just some of the successes already garnered by the Class of 2015.
Senior class president embraces uncertainty
Sherman (third from left) presents Chancellor Mark S. Wrighton with this year’s senior gift, a pair of double-breasted pajamas, at the Chancellor’s Dinner at the America’s Center. Sherman is joined by fellow senior officers Jack Krewson (left) and Marli Komarek.[/caption] Washington University in St. Louis senior class president Jeremy Sherman knows what’s next — a […]
Dual degrees: Mother and daughter will graduate together
Kirsten Smith, longtime executive administrative assistant to the vice chancellor for students, and her daughter, senior Kirinne Slaughter, both will graduate Friday from Washington University in St. Louis.
Wash U Wash owners share why they love laundry biz
To Wash U Wash owner Jack Feldman, there are two types of clothes. Not formal or casual. Not cheap or pricey. Just dirty and clean.
Sarah Ettinger: Vintage style meets 21st-century technique
Sierra Williams (left) of Centro Models wears an evening gown designed by senior Sarah Ettinger, who will join Kate Spade in New York this summer. Photo by Jennifer Silverberg
Turning pro: Two WashU Bears about to embark on professional careers — on the court and on the field
Of the 460,000 athletes competing in three levels of NCAA sports, only a small fraction of them will get to compete beyond college — and most of them are men making the jump from Division I to the NFL, NBA, NHL, MLS and Major League Baseball.
Law student makes most of his time here
Third-year law student Jonathan Adair applied to Washington University in St. Louis late in his search process and made a last-minute decision to attend. Now the Chicago native, who took advantage of myriad educational and service opportunities during his time at WashU, can’t imagine wanting to go anywhere else.