The new publication highlights the research and work of graduate architecture's 419 studio.

Four architecture students took first place in the AIA Central States 2018 Student Design Competition.

Sarah Adcock, Greg Bailey, Jack Frischer, and other WashU students created sculptures, paintings, books, musical compositions, and works of fiction that reimagined Frankenstein’s monster for the Monster Challenge, sponsored by the Frankenstein Bicentennial. Their work is on view in Olin Library.

Last month, assistant professor Penina Acayo Laker asked students in her Design for Social Impact class to interview their friends about the Nov. 6 midterm elections. The results were alarming. So the class created posters to educate fellow students and inspire them to vote.

Sam Fox School launches new MFA in illustration and visual culture