Programs & Events

General Programming / Activities

  • Bimonthly general body meeting/programs with special university guests and leaders
  • Cultural competency and social justice events/programs
  • Educational forums and speakers
  • Networking opportunities with university and community members
  • Social gatherings


Programs & Events 

Upcoming Events

The You Behind WashU
Thursday, August 10 12-1pm

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Past Events

Friday, July 21 4:30-7:30pm

4th Annual Co-Worker Appreciation Week

DIFFS Presents: On Ye Vikings! A Documentary
Friday, February 17th | 5pm-8pm
Mallinckrodt Room 302

Film synopsis:
Two years after the shooting of unarmed Normandy Viking, Michael Brown, his grave (in St. Peters Cemetery directly across the street from his high school) remains unmarked for fear of vandalism, and his school district is still unaccredited. Director Terry Artis revisits the dismantling of his alma mater to give further insights through an intriguing chronology, and to provide his perspective on the possible way forward for Normandy and other schools systems that are of high minority/high poverty concentrations. This film is a prequel/sequel to Artis’ 2015 full-length documentary, The Dismantling of the Normandy School District.

About the Director:
Terry Artis is a Normandy High School graduate (class of 1982), he served as a contracted percussion clinician for the Normandy Senior High School marching band from 1982-1990, and he was elected to the Normandy School Board in 2013. On May 16, 2015, Mr. Artis graduated Summa Cum Laude (with the highest distinction) from the University of Missouri – St. Louis, earning a Bachelor of Science degree in Media Studies with an emphasis on film. Mr. Artis has entered the Master of Fine Arts in Cinema and Media program at Lindenwood University.


Annual Events

Co-Worker Appreciation Week (June)
Family BBQ (July)


See 2016-2017 Schedule 
YOU Behind Wash U