With free coffee and Einstein Bros. breakfast treats for all, students, faculty, and staff celebrated the renovations of Simon Hall that were completed over the summer.  Chancellor Wrighton, Dean Gupta, Provost Holden Thorp, and Vice Chancellor Hank Webber cut a
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In continuing the university’s role as a welcoming place to discuss issues surrounding the events in Ferguson, Mo., the Office of the Provost at Washington University in St. Louis, in coordination with the Gephardt Institute for Public Service and the
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How does a leader address self-doubt? It arises in all types of situations but particularly in those in which he or she feels inexperienced with a topic or subject matter. — Anonymous Self-doubt is not an uncommon feeling when making
ABA Banking Journal: Show Me State banks search for opportunities. Prof. Radhakrishnan Gopalan says Missouri has one of the highest numbers of individuals in the Midwest who report that they are unbanked or underbanked.
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Race, Place, and Violence: A University-Wide Dialogue about Michael Brown will take place Thursday, Aug. 28, 2014, at 7 p.m. in May Auditorium, Simon Hall. Panelists: Katherine Goldwasser, Washington University School of Law Justin Hansford, Saint Louis University School of
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Olin’s 20th Annual Welcome Back BBQ served more than 1,000 hungry students, professors, and staff on Aug. 25, 2014. For the first time in its history, the cookout was held in the Knight Center Courtyard. The 95-plus degree heat drove
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