A final glimpse of Peyton Manning’s greatness
Peyton Manning turns to his left, yelling the play to his left tackle. He spins around, directing his running back to line up at his side. Manning sees the opposing linebacker twitch; he understands that a blitz is coming. He shouts a command, calling for an audible. He waves his arms feverishly, ordering his tight end to be in motion.
‘A Day in the Life’ aims to inspire action against exploitation
This Friday and Saturday, 13 Washington University women will take to the stage in the Village Black Box to share true stories of young women affected by commercial sexual exploitation and trafficking. “A Day in the Life,” directed by Anna Richards (`l5) and produced by Thyrsus Student Theatre, makes its St. Louis debut this weekend and strives to shed light on stories usually hidden or ignored.
Cadenza’s favorite Super Bowl commercials
The Super Bowl is like Christmas for advertising agencies, because it’s the one day of the year when everyone gets excited about the commercials they normally skip when they watch shows on digital video recorder. Cadenza’s playing right into their game by listing our favorite Super Bowl commercials of years past.
Reviews, deliveries and more: The food apps every Wash. U. foodie needs to download
If you’re anything like me, food is a very important part of your life. And in this burgeoning technology age, the way we consume food is rapidly changing. Here are a few apps that have revolutionized my world and should revolutionize yours, too.
Growing up on the border: An interview with Pablo Zavala
A friend of mine recently asked me what it means to be bilingual. Bilingualism, simply put, is the ability to speak two languages fluently. But what does it really mean to be at the crossroads of two very distinct cultures and embody both, simultaneously, in spirit?