As a Student Life/Cadenza tradition, seniors write farewell articles for the Commencement issue that you are now holding in your hands. Previous submissions have both managed to offend every single person on campus and offered to buy everyone drinks. I am too diffident and poor to accomplish either of those things.
TREEmendous Join the folks at the Missouri Botanical Garden and Gamma Tree Experts for the ultimate outdoor activity: an arboreal scavenger hunt. From now until the end of September, you are invited to visit mobot.org, where you’ll find the coordinates for 30 of St. Louis’ most spectacular trees in parks all around the county and Illinois.
Unlike Fenway Park, with its many seats behind giant green columns; Wrigley Field, forever enshrouded by a thick cloud of sadness; or Yankee Stadium, baseball’s equivalent of the Death Star, St. Louis’ Busch Stadium may be Major League Baseball’s finest establishment.
Student Life’s Steph Spera caught up with Glover and Pierson after the show to discuss their careers, television and BroRape.
Fox’s newest mid-season replacement, “Breaking In,” is a cross between ‘The Office’ and ‘The A-Team.’ It stars Christian Slater as Oz, the head of Contra Security, a company that tests security systems of important businesses and institutions by breaking into them before criminals or hackers can.
Dear Nic Cage, Do you know that you won an Oscar? Because judging by your most recent releases, “The Sorcerer’s Apprentice,” “Season of the Witch,” and this Friday’s latest “Drive Angry 3D,” it seems like you misplaced your gold statuette. I know you’ve had some problems with the IRS lately, and you need the money. […]
Although you may not feel too much holiday spirit while studying for that physics final or writing that Exposition paper, Cadenza is here to get you in the festive mood with our favorite holiday episodes. Perfect for procrastination. All easily searchable online. Think of it as our non-denominational gift to you.
Your fishnet stockings have a huge Time Warp-induced run in them, you may or may not have hit someone in the back of the head with a piece of toast, and your best friend got slapped in the face by a stranger wearing leather chaps. Just another typical outing to the Tivoli’s midnight showing of “The Rocky Horror Picture Show.”
K.A.R.L. Improv is bringing the Upright Citizen’s Brigade (UCB) Touring Company to Brown Hall 100 tonight. UCB has spawned the likes of Amy Poehler, “SNL” alum and star of the underrated NBC sitcom “Parks and Recreation”; “Scrubs” janitor Neil Flynn; Jack McBryer; the submissive, naïve Kenneth Parcells on “30 Rock”; and many “Daily Show” alums, including Ed Helms, Rob Corddry and Rob Riggle.
Last year, NBC tried an interesting little experiment: giving Jay Leno the 10 o’clock hour every night of the week, and robbing us television viewers of five precious hours of primetime. Luckily for us (but maybe not for Leno), this experiment completely failed.