This Saturday, Nov. 17, marks the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra’s fall student night of their 2018-19 concert season. In addition to selling student tickets for $10, SLSO will be hosting various activities for students, including a prize wheel with the chance to win tickets to future SLSO productions.
As Spooktober comes to a close, I find myself getting more and more into the ghostly spirit. If you want to get down and spooky on Halloween, check out these tracks of trepidation.
The fate of the Jewish community is tied to the fate of all minority communities in America, and it is our responsibility to show up in support of other minority groups and use what privilege we have to stand up for them.
Check out concerts in the St. Louis area coming up this weekend.
There will be a great migration of students who choose to drive (or take the Amtrak) up to Chicago; so, with that in mind, here are some albums to help fill the five-hour commute (or five-and-a-half-hour train ride) to the Windy City.
Carly Rae Jepsen’s performance was incredible. I found myself bouncing along to song after song and occasionally screaming lyrics.
Warning: Major spoilers for the first four seasons and minor spoilers for the fifth season of “BoJack Horseman” lie ahead.
For those of us who aren’t in the movie loop, Campus Movie Fest is a week-long event which provides students with all the equipment required to create said film: microphones, cameras and even a laptop loaded with editing software. And on Sept. 26, these films premiered in Tisch Commons.
While I would love to go on and on about everything I loved about the show, I’m sure that article would be far longer than anyone would want to read on the subject. So, I’ll only mention the highlights of an already fantastic show.
When I heard that Carly Rae Jepsen would be headlining WILD my first response was, “Good job, SPB.” When I heard that Vic Mensa and Wrabel would be opening for Jepsen, my response was, “Great job, SPB.”