A year from now, the WashU community will celebrate new buildings and a new green park. But today, we’re just trying to find our way to Green Hall. Here are some tips on getting to, and around, campus.
Washington University in St. Louis has launched two new supplier-diversity programs as part of its commitment to a diverse labor workforce.
This summer, crews stayed busy moving the East End Transformation forward. View photos and video and read more about some of the major milestones that were reached.
We’re in the throes of a classic St. Louis summer — with temperatures hovering around 100 degrees and the crazy humidity, a blanket of heat covers every inch of Washington University’s Danforth Campus. On top of that, construction on the east end makes it harder to get around. But hav...
The east end of the Danforth Campus has undergone dramatic changes in the past six months. Watch this video to view the sights and listen to the sounds.
To make it easier to get from here to there, WashU is partnering with LimeBike to bring bike sharing to campus.
This time-lapse video of the East End site shows how much the view from Brookings Hall has changed in just one year.
In an effort to enhance pedestrian, bicycle and vehicle safety, Washington University is working with Forest Park and the city of St. Louis to improve the intersection at Forsyth & Skinker.
WashU is working with Forest Park and the cities of St. Louis and Clayton to improve safety at the intersections of Forsyth & Skinker and Forsyth & Hoyt.
In early May, work began to pour the top, or the lid, of the underground parking garage, the largest one-day concrete pour to date.