Commencement is often referred to as the happiest day of the year at WashU, with lots of smiles, a few tears of joy and cheers. This year, there was something extra: rain...and construction.
This summer, pedestrian ability to get around the east end of the Danforth Campus will be further limited due to work expanding to the west of the construction site. New, temporary pedestrian routes will be put in place after Commencement. Stay tuned.
Commencement on May 18 is expected to bring more than 15,000 guests to campus. The May 17 Arts & Sciences Recognition Ceremony will attract more than 5,000 guests. Over this two-day period, most Danforth Campus parking spaces will be set aside for guests attending these ceremonies. Read more to l...
It’s the final piece of the East End Transformation at Washington University in St. Louis and new renderings of James M. McKelvey, Sr. Hall demonstrate how the building will incorporate seamlessly into the project.
This summer, the Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum will commence a major expansion as part of Washington University’s larger East End Transformation. On Friday, May 4, the museum will mark the start of construction with a special “Building the Future” celebration.
Railesha Tiwari shepherds sustainable design principles across new construction and rehab projects at Washington University.
Graduate architecture students from the Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts have an invaluable learning experience right outside their door: They are learning lessons in construction during the East End Transformation project.
Installation of construction mock-ups near the Walker Lot drive will cause temporary pedestrian and vehicular traffic disruptions.
The relocation of this year's Thurtene Carnival will affect parking in Zone 2. Here are the important locations and dates to remember.
On March 12, due to new East End Transformation site work, the construction fence line will move further south and west.