We are in celebration mode this month at Olin and couldn't resist throwing a party for our favorite bard, William Shakespeare. The playwright and actor would have been a legendary 453 years old April 23! Don't miss the songs, soliloquies, and scenes under the big top!
CATEGORY: News
“There’s a lot of serendipity in terms of how things happen to you,” George Bauer tells Kurt Dirks in an interview for the new Bauer Leadership Center. “Sometimes the impressions you make on people have a serendipitous effect on how
"If you want a better grasp on the St. Louis startup eco-system and real-world consulting experience, CELect is a great program for you," says Allison Halpern, BSBA'18. Find out what she did and learned during her CELect consulting project.
For the past decade, Dick Mahoney, Olin's Distinguished Executive in Residence, has been encouraging professors to focus their research on relevant and applicable management solutions with the $10,000 Olin Award competition. Read about this year's winner.
Sixty years ago, Washington University's campus was much smaller with fewer students, and fewer dorms. Most of the students rode the streetcar to school from their parents' homes. One brave "out of towner" remembers what it was like coming the big city.
CATEGORY: Student Life
We knew these new 'dorms' were unique when they opened two years ago, but now the Loop Lofts have earned national recognition for their design and community innovation. How's that for street cred?
CATEGORY: News, Student Life