About: Emily Sybrant
- Emily Sybrant is a graphics editor for Student Life.
- Emily Sybrant has written 38 articles.
Even before the event had officially started, many Washington University students gathered on the Swamp Friday to celebrate Holi were plenty colorful.
With Spirit of Korea on the calendar for April 12, Student Life sat down with Natalia Lee, the co-head director of the event, for an event overview. Student Life: What is Spirit of Korea all about? Natalia Lee: Basically, it’s presented by both KSA and KISS, which are Korean Student Association and Korean International Student Society.
“We have to kick it in full gear here,” Jenna Seibert urged. “I came here to win.” Silver industrial stand mixers blended runny milk into a thicker mixture, creating a sticky white batter. Lids flew off canisters, and ingredients were carefully measured. A huge batch of bacon crackled in a silver skillet.
Three-year-old Empris Durden was watching TV when she told her parents she wanted to be an actress. From that point forward, her parents dedicated themselves to making her dream a reality. Though she originally expected to focus on academics as a freshman at Wash. U., Durden soon became involved in the acting and directing scene.
When child actor Jason Tinero took his role as Young Buster on “Arrested Development,” he had no idea how famous the show would eventually become. “Mostly people are mouth agape, like, I can’t believe you were on ‘Arrested Development,’” he said. “It’s still so weird for me to think that I was on it. It doesn’t register still.
Although known for its classic root beer, craft soda company Fitz’s is stepping outside the box with its newest flavors: Kaldi’s Coffee Cola and Pi Ginger Beer. Though the flavor profiles are unexpected, Fitz’s has pulled off the combinations quite well. In doing so, Fitz’s honors two St. Louis staples, Kaldi’s Coffee and Pi Pizzeria.
Fall has arrived in St. Louis. Bright leaves are commencing their mass exodus from tree branches. People are beginning to pull out the first sweaters of the season. And of course, the crisp, cool weather in St. Louis means the return of chili. The city kicked off the season in style with Saturday’s Soulard Chili Festival.
Gooey butter cake looks a bit like a mistake. It is not quite a cake, not quite a pie and not quite a dessert bar. And in fact, legend has it that this quintessential St. Louis dessert originated from a baker’s accident.
Perplexed students and drivers rubbernecked along Forsyth Blvd. Tuesday afternoon as protesters displayed signs and chanted in opposition of former comptroller general of the United States David Walker who arrived on the Washington University campus as part of his “$10 Million a Minute” tour.
Friday and Saturday nights’ shows of energetic dancers, colorful and over-the-top costumes and vivid Latin music were the culmination of more than three months of practice for performers, actors and stage crew. Carnaval, presented by the Association of Latin American Students (ALAS), is an annual Latin cultural show.