Dante Migone-Ojeda builds a “Mending Wall”
Through her photography, Lindy Drew engages and tells the stories of strangers
Audiology graduate student shifted career paths out of a desire to help her son and others who are deaf and hard of hearing
Nick Okafor and Carrick Reddin each took unique approaches to making St. Louis a better place
Maisie Mahoney fuses athletics with service
Diverse background inspired soon-to-be physician to focus on cultural competency in health care
John Lentz, master’s degree candidate in public health at the Brown School, believes that once it is understood how a large-scale administrative health care system functions, even a small tweak can generate a major improvement in health outcomes.
The Class of 2015 snapped selfies, celebrated each other’s friendship and said their farewells to Chancellor Mark S. Wrighton May 11 at the annual Chancellor’s Dinner.
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 […]
While a high school student in Bloomington, Indiana, Hayley Chrzastowski set her sights on two long-term goals: She wanted to work in Africa, and she wanted to become an occupational therapist.