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Virtual Book Club: The Map Thief
Join us to discuss the October book club selection, The Map Thief by Michael Blanding.
Once considered a respectable antiquarian map dealer, E. Forbes Smiley spent years doubling as a map thief — until he was finally arrested slipping maps out of books in the Yale University library. The Map Thief delves into the true history of this fascinating high-stakes criminal and the inside story of the industry that consumed him.Read more on the department site
Student Spotlight: Community EngagementThree recent Arts & Sciences graduates share their experiences with community-engaged courses at Washington University. The courses took students outside of the classroom to work directly on local environmental advocacy, women's health issues, and more.
Explore the College of Arts & SciencesWe know that breakthroughs—scientific or creative, academic or personal—happen when ideas collide. At the intersection of it all is the College of Arts & Sciences—a school with no limits on what you can study, learn, and achieve.
The university is tracking developments with COVID-19 and remains fully committed to the health and well-being of our students, faculty, and staff.Learn more
Stories Of Incredible People, Research, Learning, and Leadership Happening In Arts & SciencesCheck Out The Ampersand
The fifth episode of the American Democracy Lab podcast features author, lecturer, and journalist Anne Nelson discussing the eroding trust in our democracy.
How I chose my major
Ahead of this year's Major-Minor Fair, sophomore Gracie Hime writes about how she discovered her course of study in Arts & Sciences.