The Danforth University Center, the newest darling of the Danforth Campus, is a little ridiculous. It seems you can’t walk 10 feet without discovering a new plaque.
Merriam-Webster defines improvisation as “the act of improvising,” which is not very enlightening. Improvising is defined as to “compose, recite, play, or sing extemporaneously,” which is more helpful, if a bit verbose.
On Saturday, Feb. 7, Scene reporter Scott Fabricant dove headlong into the freezing Lake St. Louis together with several hundred members of the Polar Bears.
On Saturday, Feb. 7, I, along with several hundred of my closest friends, donning outrageous costumes, dove headlong into the freezing Lake St. Louis. No, we weren’t crazy; we were participating in the sixth annual Polar Bear Plunge fundraiser charity event for Special Olympics Missouri.
Former porn actress and sex educator Annie Sprinkle visited the University yesterday and today to take part in a series of talks and movie screenings to educate students about sex and pornography. The Tuesday events were a panel discussion on pornography in society and a lecture called “My Life as a Feminist Porn Activist.” Wednesday’s […]
For some of the 28 million Americans with profound hearing loss, deafness is more than a lack of hearing. It’s a way of life. To these people, deaf is a culture, complete with its own history and language. St. Louis, however, is often seen more of an “oral” city, where education is focused on teaching […]
Noted investigative reporter Carl Bernstein spoke about journalistic and governmental accountability as a part of the Assembly Series on Thursday afternoon.
Student Life reporter Scott Fabricant talked to Laura Schwartz, who hosts CBS’s “Trail Mix,” a segment of The Early Show covering what most of the media doesn’t cover for this election cycle.
The Washington University Intramural Field, its views blocked off from everywhere else on campus, served as a space for protesters that was distant from the goings-on in the Athletic Complex.