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2013-2014 Assembly Series Review in pictures

Find out what you missed during the 2013 - 2014 season. As the photos advance hover your mouse over a photo to pause the slideshow and read each caption.


Thinker on a Rock, a 12-foot bronze rabbit in a pose recalling Rodin's famous Thinker by Welsh sculptor Barry Flanagan, resides just south of Graham Chapel.

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About the Assembly Series

Since 1953, the Washington University Assembly Series has brought some of the most important voices in contemporary society to campus. The programs, which cover a broad range of topics designed to complement the University's curriculum, are free and open to the public.

Support for the series comes from Student Union and the University, as well as from other student groups, academic departments, and schools. Faculty and students may submit recommendations for speakers to the Assembly Series Committee at Campus Box 1070 or by calling (314) 935-4620.

Weather may affect lectures being held on campus as well as flight departures/arrivals for speakers traveling from other cities. Please check this page for updated information on the day of lectures.


The Assembly Series is on vacation!

Washington University lecture series operates during the fall and spring terms. Please come back and check out the Fall 2014 lecture schedule in late August.

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