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Holiday Spotlight: Lunar New Year Festival
In honor of the holiday season, Emily Liu (LA'18) takes us on a deep dive into the Lunar New Year Festival, which for the past 20 years has united students from across campus to create and perform in a spectacular production. Currently executive director of the LNYF, Liu explores how people on WashU campus and across the world celebrate!
Faculty Spotlight: Geoff Childs
Geoff Childs, a professor in the Department of Anthropology, uses anthropological demography to explore what happens to a community when the majority of young people move out for education.
Student Spotlight: Mariel Ehrlich
Mariel Ehrlich, a junior who is double majoring in sociology and Latin American studies, talks about her time abroad in Lima, Peru and how studying Spanish has changed her perspective on what it means to be a global citizen.
Graduate Student Spotlight: Adam Archibald
Scientists find gravity very puzzling. For one thing, they don’t understand why it is so weak; that is, why it takes so much stuff (like a planet’s worth) to generate much gravitational force. Perhaps, they say, it is leaking out of our universe. Physics graduate student Adam Archibald explains how this could be and describes an experiment to detect leaks.
Stories Of Incredible People, Research, Learning, and Leadership Happening In Arts & SciencesCheck Out The Ampersand
Dean Schaal announces additions to senior leadership
The two new advisory positions are intended to strengthen Arts & Sciences’ capacity to meet the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead.
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Volunteers are being sought for the Memory & Aging Project, an ongoing research study at Washington University. Researchers are looking at the memory and thinking changes that occur as people age. Both healthy individuals and those with memory loss are sought to take part in tests that measure memory and thinking.Read more
Local Farmer CSA, in partnership with the Office of Sustainability and the Department of Human Resources, now offers CSA (Community Shared Agriculture) crop boxes on the Danforth Campus. Students, faculty and staff can sign up to take part, then pick up a box of fresh produce and other products every other Wednesday.Learn more
The Parking & Transportation team has rolled out a new long term parking strategy. The purpose of the new plan will help WashU better allocate current and future parking resources across campus, address key weaknesses in the current plan, and enhance alternative transportation during construction on the east end of the Danforth Campus.Read more