Reunion at Thurtene Carnival will be packed with events on campus and around St. Louis, but there are a few signature Reunion experiences you won’t want to miss, like the Welcome Back Party, the Alumni BBQ on the East End of Danforth Campus, and your Class of 2014 Party! We’re busy working on a full schedule, so check back in early 2024 to read about all of the receptions, tours, and events we have planned. See a list of those planning to attend.
Class of 2014 Party
Reconnect with the class of 2014 at Majorette, a contemporary event space that includes a hidden lower level game room and bar, a mezzanine to look over the party, and a dance floor to show off your moves! Located in Maplewood near fun bars and restaurants, Majorette will not disappoint! Enjoy an open bar, gourmet food stations, a DJ and fun photo opportunities while sharing memories with old friends.
Reunion class gift
At WashU, we believe in the power of tradition, community, and the transformative impact of education. Your reunion year is not only an opportunity to reconnect with old friends but also a chance to make a meaningful contribution to the institution that played a significant role in shaping your journey.
Be a part of the time-honored tradition of giving back through your reunion class gift. Regardless of the size of your contribution, every gift makes an impact on the university, its students, and the larger community.
Class of 2014 reunion committee
Want to help plan Reunion and make sure it’s a huge success? Join your Reunion Committee! Check out this list of classmates who have already signed up:
BS ’14 MS ’15
BS ’14 MS ’15
Miriam Dresner Carlitz
Andy Chen, MA ’14, shares that his piece titled “Where I Am White” appeared in Ploughshares (Winter 2021–22), an award-winning literary magazine that has helped cultivate voices in contemporary American literature.
Olivia Cosentino, AB ’14, co-edited The Lost Cinema of Mexico: From Lucha Libre to Cine Familiar and Other Churros (University of Florida Press, February 2022).
Harry Kainen, AB ’14, joined I Do It For Her, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that provides college scholarships to underprivileged young St. Louisans.
Kathryn Walker, AB ’14, JD ’20, of Boston, was sworn in as one of the new assistant district attorneys in Woburn, Mass.
Looking back at 2014
Sumers Recreation Center will provide WUSTL community a new place to play, exercise and celebrate
A suspended jogging track, a three-court gymnasium, state-of-the-art fitness equipment, and team locker rooms are among the features planned for the new Gary M. Sumers Recreation Center.
Tony LaRussa selected as commencement speaker
Tony La Russa, Baseball Hall of Fame manager, was selected to give the commencement address in 2014 and received an honorary doctor of humanities degree.
WUSTL students ‘print’ pink prosthetic arm for teen girl
Three biomedical engineering seniors in the School of Engineering & Applied Science gained national attention for the robotic prosthetic arm they developed for a 13-year-old St. Louis girl.
Fall 2013 – Chance the Rapper
Spring 2014 – Childish Gambino
top on-campus hangouts
- Whispers Café
- Bear’s Den
- Bauer, 2nd Floor
- Holmes Lounge
Top off-campus hangouts
- Ted Drewes
- Three Kings
- Seoul Taco
- CHILL Fro Yo
- Kayak’s Coffee
- Moonrise Hotel
Planning to attend
Search for classmates who are planning to come back for WashU Reunion at Thurtene Carnival, April 19-21, 2024. Enter your class year in the search bar below to see who plans to attend from your class.