‘Oh My My’: Is OneRepublic in the middle of an identity crisis?
OneRepublic’s latest album “Oh My My,” which released worldwide on Oct. 7, boasts an eclectic selection of tracks in its over-an-hour-long series of varied tunes that don’t really conform to any particular genre. Unlike their other albums, which were a clear fusion of pop and rock with a distinctive touch that stood out among others, this album feels like a potpourri of styles, heavily leaning toward new age music.
Behind the wins: Understanding volleyball’s recent surge
As the end of the regular season quickly approaches, Washington University volleyball is in a position to enter the playoffs either through the conference’s automatic bid or by the grace of an at-large bid, thanks to the team’s No. 16 national ranking.
Students seek to open new hangout space on the Delmar Loop
Two students are aiming to create a new late-night board game cafe on the Delmar Loop by February 2017. To assist in opening the cafe, they hope to raise $40,000 for the project via the crowdfunding website Kickstarter by Nov. 17.
Cal Scruby to open for Chiddy Bang in SPB fall concert Friday
Cincinnati-raised rapper Cal Scruby will open for Chiddy Bang at this year’s fall concert on Oct. 21, Social Programming Board announced Monday.
WUachieve software to aid ArtSci major, minor planning
In order to increase the ease with which students can keep track of their process in program requirements, the College of Arts & Sciences has rolled out a new software called WUachieve.
SU seeks to revamp It’s On Us, establish active bystander culture
Student Union will launch a new task force to revise its bystander intervention training program, It’s On Us, with a long-term goal of developing a campus culture that encourages students to be active bystanders.
Reflecting one year after the socioeconomic diversity special issue
It’s no secret that Washington University has long lagged far behind its peer institutions in terms of socioeconomic diversity. With a paltry 6.2 percent of students qualifying for a federal Pell Grant in 2015, a number a full 4 percentage points below the next closest four-year research university, Wash. U. rightfully earned the deplorable distinction of the least financially diverse university in the country.