Let your curiosity lead the way:
When we invited the Class of 2020 to share snapshots of your time at WashU, you sent in hundreds of photos – each one a reflection of an unforgettable four years!
How do you remember your first day at WashU, or your first day of senior year? Every fall starts with fresh possibilities and smiling faces, and you submitted the photos to prove it!
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What places and spaces define WashU for you? Revisit Brookings Hall, Graham Chapel, Mudd Field, and more.
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The Class of 2020 ventured all around town during their time at WashU, from Cardinals and Blues games to the Arch and Powell Hall. Where in St. Louis do you ❤️ the most?
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On and off the field, student athletes made special memories while representing WashU. Go Bears!
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From dance performances to Sami Pathak and the Good Samaritans playing WUSTOCK 18 (pictured here), there was always something to do and see at WashU. What events will you remember most?
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It's no secret that Arts & Sciences students shine in the classroom (or more recently, on Zoom). See a selection of images from academic life over the past four years.
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Washington University made history in 2016 when it hosted a presidential debate. Where were you on debate night?
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Study abroad, spring break, weekend excursions – no matter where the road takes you, some of life's best memories come from exploring new places.
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Sometimes friendships form through classes, or clubs, or whoever lives down the hall your first year in the dorms. No matter how you met or where your paths take you from here, hopefully these smiles will remind you that you are always a part of #WashU20.
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The people that I met at WashU changed me forever. The WashU community brought me people to laugh with, shoulders to cry on, and gave me a new way of looking at the world. Even though the ending was cut short, I'm so thankful for all that I have learned and experienced during my four years at WashU.
But wait, there's more! See the senior video for more photos, videos, and written memories from the Class of 2020.