We know you mourned the lapse in Student Life’s pop culture commentary during your summer internship, road trip or desk job. In an effort to atone for their absence, Senior Cadenza Editor Mark Matousek and Managing Editor Katharine Jaruzelski share their favorite pop culture artifacts from this summer.
In just a month or so, you’ll no longer be able to see Craig Ferguson behind the hosting desk on CBS’s “Late Late Show.” But for those of you mourning the Scottish-American comedian’s departure from late-night TV, don’t fret: you can also see him live right here at The Pageant on Wednesday.
What do you get when you combine a big name and some serious comedic talent with a pinch of childhood nostalgia and a dash of diversity? The answer: Kenan Thompson, “Saturday Night Live” cast member and the headliner of Social Programming Board’s recently announced fall comedy show.
Comedian Kenan Thompson will headline Social Programming Board’s second and final comedy show of the semester, SPB announced tonight. The show will take place on Thursday, Nov. 6 at 6:30 p.m. in Graham Chapel.
Between jokes about brick walls, stories about drug experiences and jabs at Lorne Michaels, Brooks Wheelan proved during his stand-up set at the Funny Bone in St. Louis on Thursday that getting fired from “Saturday Night Live” doesn’t mean you’re not funny.
Social Programming Board announced last night that Icona Pop will headline this year’s fall W.I.L.D. on Oct. 24. While the Swedish dance-pop group might not have been the most inspired choice on SPB’s W.I.L.D. survey, they were probably the most fitting (and obviously the most popular) option, which gives us high hopes for an energetic, crowd-pleasing show.
For those of you staying in St. Louis this summer, there’s no shortage of activities to keep you entertained. Here’s a calendar of arts and entertainment events (most of them cheap or free) that you can check out over the next few months.
Still confused about why students are camped out at Brookings Hall? StudLife put together a handy FAQ to answer your most pressing questions.
Social Programming Board finally announced Sunday night that rapper Childish Gambino will headline spring W.I.L.D., and for the first time in several semesters, Cadenza is excited about SPB’s choice. Gambino’s style is a perfect fit for spring W.I.L.D. and will likely appeal to a wide variety of students.
Between W.I.L.D., WUStock, Carnaval and countless student group performances, the second half of spring semester is always packed with exciting arts and entertainment events on campus. Here are some performances that you can check out this weekend.