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A few minutes with Hillel Kieval, PhD, the Gloria M. Goldstein Professor of Jewish History and Thought in Arts & Sciences at Washington University in St. Louis. Kieval has spent 25 years studying European Jews in the 19th and 20th centuries.
Steve Hoffner talks about the new dining facility on the South 40
The new WUSTL state-of-the-art dining facility, which opened Aug. 26, 2010, on the South 40, offers a plethora of food options - from the Mongolian grill to burgers and fries - to the increasingly diverse university community.
New dining facility opens on the South 40
At the new dining facility at Washington University, students can feast on food from around the globe, grown right here in the Midwest. The new state-of-the-art facility, which opened Aug. 26, 2010, on the South 40 campus, offers a plethora of food options- from Mongolian grill to burgers and fries- to the increasingly diverse university community. Though the menu comes from across the world, much of the food comes from sources close to campus. Using locally sourced food minimizes the eatery's impact on greenhouse gas emissions, supports local food producers, and allows WUSTL to maximize the amount of fresh food available to the campus community.
Back to school
A record-number 1,633 freshmen moved into residence halls on the South 40 during a delightfully pleasant 80-degree move-in day Aug 26. Freshmen and new students have been enjoying a variety of orientation activities throughout the weekend, and classes for the 2010 fall semester begin Tuesday, Aug 31.
Know where to go in an emergency
Washington University's Emergency Communications video will help to familiarize you with the school's emergency response plan, and where to look for information before and during an emergency.
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