The east end of the Danforth Campus has undergone astounding changes since the project's inception two years ago. This time lapse — from the project's beginning to the near-present — shows the exhilarating transformation.
Work on the East End Transformation of the Danforth Campus may be winding down, but there's still a lot of activity. Take in some of the sights and sounds of the past six months.
Washington University women are rolling up their sleeves and getting the job done on the East End construction site.
It's been two years since the transformation of the east end of the Danforth campus began. A lot has changed.
It’s official! The former location of south Hoyt Drive is now Wrighton Way in honor of Chancellor Mark S. Wrighton and his many contributions to the university.
The happiest day of the year is almost upon us. Here's what you need to know about the east end during Commencement.
In early March, workers planted more than 250 trees as part of the East End Transformation project — a number that will grow to nearly 400 by spring 2020.
Meet the women of Arbolope Studio, landscape architects and Sam Fox School alumni, who are reimagining the East End landscape.
To mark WIC Week, Washington University in St. Louis is profiling women who are helping to transform the east end of the Danforth Campus through their roles in construction.
The past few months have seen a lot of changes to the east end of the Danforth campus. Public Affairs photographer Joe Angeles captured the progress.