Danforth Scholars asked for a new model for spring break service, one that would teach them about St. Louis and provide an anchor for their studies at WashU.
WashU has been selected as host of the 2017 IMPACT National Conference, which will gather national student leaders in civic engagement and service.
This post is brought to you by Katy Przybylski, vice president of campus and community outreach at the WashU Women’s Panhellenic Association. A staggering thirty percent of Washington University in St. Louis’s undergraduate population is a member of a fraternity or sorority. And there is strength in those numbers. On Saturday, September 26th, 250 volunteers […]
Campus performance groups acted out stories written by Buder Elementary students at the second annual Young Storytellers Festival, hosted by Washington University senior honorary Mortar Board. Read WUSTL Commencement’s full article here.
The annual event raised $27,000 for urban arts program City Faces. Senior David Dwight IV beat out 15 candidates for the title of Mr. WashU. Read the Record’s full article here.
Relay for Life is the second largest event held on campus, after WILD. The event runs from 6 p.m. to 6 a.m. to parallel how cancer never sleeps, thus neither do the participants during the time of the event. Read Student Life’s full article here.
Relay for Life hopes to raise some $200,000 for the American Cancer Society. In the past 12 years, Relay at Washington University has raised $2 million for cancer research and support. Read the Record’s full article here.
14 candidates acted, danced and performed to the crowd of people in Edison Theater to compete for the title of Mr. Wash. U. Read Student Life’s full article here.
Student volunteers built homes in Texas, dug ponds in Panama and established clinics in Honduras. Read the Record’s full article here.
National Strive for College program founded at Washington University helps thousands of high school students. Read the Record’s full article here.