Pride Alliance celebrates Transgender Awareness Week with events on campus this week, Nov. 12 through Nov. 16.
Over the weekend, Ashoka staged its 29th annual show for Diwali, the festival of lights in South Asian tradition. More than 200 Washington University students came together to perform and produce this year’s Diwali: “Unbreakable Kaira Shree.”
The 27th annual St. Louis International Film Festival (SLIFF) opens today, Nov. 1, and runs through Nov. 11. The festival shows film exclusives from around the world at venues around the St. Louis area, including Washington University and the Tivoli Theatre.
Association of Latin American Students (ALAS) hosted its biggest annual philanthropic event, El Mercado, this past Saturday at the Clocktower. Each year ALAS chooses a different benefactor that support the Latin American community and donates the proceeds of El Mercado towards that cause.
Washington University co-ed a cappella group After Dark hosted its annual Halloween concert in Holmes Lounge Saturday. After Dark highlighted its signature edgy and unique sound with its song choices.
Staying in St. Louis for fall break? Check out these concerts happening in the area.
Check out these St. Louis-area concerts before you go home for fall break (if you have time during midterm season).
“Persistence of Memory” is a multimedia exploration of the unconscious mind inspired by the motif of cabinets in Salvador Dali’s paintings and Freudian thinking. Chang began working on the piece in 2012, the same year she established her company, T.T.C Dance.
Sur Taal Laya’s signature style of arranging is to create mashups of Bollywood songs and popular English songs. This fusion creates beautiful sonic experiences that blend South Asian and American cultures.
Reverb hit the a cappella scene last semester as a group of self-defined “comeback kids.”