Student Life



"I know that after this past year, we are uniquely equipped to handle change however it may manifest itself."



"When we entered graduate school we had no idea we’d be doing so under one of the most challenging years of our lives."



Twenty years ago, Robert S. Mathews Jr. was a student at Olin, working toward his professional MBA. Then terrorists hijacked four jetliners.



In an ecosystem consumed by Hollywood, nobody really understood my ambitions or could envision a place for females in top front office roles.



Surveys collected in early March indicated that students and faculty were pleased with the improvements.



Picture is of a smiling young white woman with long green hair wearing a long-sleeved gray shirt with arms crossed. She is standing outside with track and field equipment under a blue sky with puffy white clouds.
Leah Wren Hardgrove came to Washington University in St. Louis with the desire to make the world a more accessible and inclusive place for people with disabilities.