Holden Thorp, Washington University provost and executive vice chancellor for Academic Affairs, center, plays bass in a student production of “Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson” on Nov. 11, 2014, on the campus in St. Louis.
Holden Thorp, Washington University provost and executive vice chancellor for Academic Affairs, center, plays bass in a student production of “Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson” on Nov. 11, 2014, on the campus in St. Louis. newsobserver.com
Holden Thorp, Washington University provost and executive vice chancellor for Academic Affairs, center, plays bass in a student production of “Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson” on Nov. 11, 2014, on the campus in St. Louis. newsobserver.com

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