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  • Charting a Destiny of Excellence
  • Washington University: Then and Now
  • Choices: Medical School Admissions
  • Remembering the Past
  • Maid of McMillan
    A 1916 student moving picture, first presented by the Thyrsus Dramatic Society at Univee Surkuss. The original black and white 16 mm silent film is preserved in the University Archives, Olin Library, Washington University, St. Louis, Missouri. Fourteen minutes in length.
  • Eliot Hall Implosion
    Eliot Hall was imploded at 10 a.m., Saturday, June 21, 2003. You can view the implosion site live.

    The new residence hall to be built in the same location will retain the Eliot name and comprise 53,500 square feet as part of the Phase II B housing construction on the South 40. The new hall will be four stories tall and include 170 beds, two per room. Each room will have computer access, as will several activity areas and study rooms. The new building will be ready for the fall 2004 semester.