Looking Forward

We have the power to ensure that our community, the Washington University community, will be a safe and welcoming place for all people, from all backgrounds, of all genders, of all sexual orientations, of all races and of all abilities. From our community, stems the power to ensure this for St. Louis, the state of Missouri, our country and ultimately the world.


That time where I snuck into a Presidential Debate

Last weekend, my university, Washington University in St. Louis, hosted the 2nd Presidential Debate. It took weeks of preparations, a new building, and $5 million to get there, but it was an amazing experience. While I was not inside the hall during the debate itself, I wanted to share a few photos from my experience … Continue reading That time where I snuck into a Presidential Debate

Halftime & The Future of The Haas Report

It has been an excellent half of first semester here at Washington University in St. Louis. I have enjoyed meeting my new classmates, and acclimating to this new environment. I have to say though, college is much, much harder than high school. It is pretty intense but yet humbling living and working in an environment … Continue reading Halftime & The Future of The Haas Report


It has been quite an amazing experience to be a student at Evanston Township High School - I agree with Neal Wolin when he told me that ETHS may be the most diverse place we will ever be in our lives. Although ETHS has provided me with countless educational opportunities and outstanding teachers, it is the people that have made my experience so exemplary. I met such an interesting, accomplished group of people. I hope that others have found ETHS to be as rewarding as I have.