Web and Email Access
Washington University provides email services for their students through the Microsoft Live@edu program. Each DBBS student is eligible to sign up for a GO WUSTL account. To activate your account, you will need a WUSTL KEY and password (a universal login ID and password to get access to a variety of university resources). To create a WUSTL KEY, visit connecthelp.wustl.edu. Once you have your WUSTL KEY in hand, visit go.wustl.edu for instructions on activating your GO WUSTL account. Using a web browser, you can access your email account by going to outlook.com. Additional information and guidance in managing your email account (such as using your computer/mobile device to check your email) can be found by visiting go.wustl.edu.
The DBBS Distribution List
Student groups, graduate programs, and academic departments can email event announcements and reminders to all current DBBS graduate students by sending them to the DBBS Student Distribution list. At the beginning of the week, the weekly email blast will be send out, which includes all upcoming departmental and program events.
One well-established magazine on the medical campus is Outlook. It provides information on medical accomplishments and research at the School of Medicine. Additionally, there is a literary magazine, Hippocrene, which features creative writing and artwork submitted by students, faculty and staff. The university administration publishes the online Record, the official source for news and information for the campus community. It contains listings for lectures, exhibitions, musical performances, sports and religious events. Outlook and Hippocrene should be delivered to your email, and are also available online. The Record can be accessed online. Many departments have departmental newsletters, as well.
A very helpful weekly St. Louis newspaper is the Riverfront Times. It is published every Wednesday and is free at various restaurants, street corners and just outside Moore Auditorium. The RFT has information about movie show times, concerts, theater performances, restaurants, stores and events occurring throughout St. Louis.