Maisie Heine

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Here’s 4 ways you can spend Galentine’s day in St. Louis

St. Louis especially does a great job of offering events catering to lovers and friends alike.

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Molly Magnell’s artwork combines illustration, design

Magnell’s artwork will be on display in the Danforth University Center later this month.

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Alice Lee: A portrait of the artist as a young scholar

Later this week, Alice Lee’s work will be displayed in the DUC. Learn what inspires the senior Communications Design major.

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Bananas and laptops: Instagram accounts of Wash. U.

From Facebook group “Eclipse Memes for Post-Totality Tweens,” to Snapchat, to the world of Instagram, social media is helping to redefine students’ experiences of being a part of the Wash. U. community.

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The Wash. U. vlogger: Keeping the college process real

Meet Nathan Card: Wash. U. freshman and Youtube personality with over 300,000 views.

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Falling in love with Sherman Alexie at BookFest St. Louis

Alexie’s energy and charisma spread like wildfire through the audience the moment he bounded onto the stage. We were in for a show.

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Scene change: How studying abroad at Oxford colored my perspective of Wash. U.

When people ask me how the University of Oxford differs from Washington University, one of the first experiences that comes to mind is mealtime.

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Portobello mushrooms and pole dancing: A look at a new health-focused spot on the Loop

As a new combined restaurant and fitness center, It’s A Wrap on the Delmar Loop aims to make local residents healthier, fitter and happier. I went there for the first time this past Sunday, excited to see what owner Chris Alexander was doing to make his vision for the community a reality.

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Little Green Cars comes to the Old Rock House

Stevie Appleby, one of the lead singers of indie rock band Little Green Cars, addressed the small audience gathered at the Old Rock House this past Wednesday night with an original poem. The poem followed the first two songs of the band’s set, both tracks from their recently released album, “Ephemera.”

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Tasty, fast food at new Moya Grill Ethiopian restaurant

Since coming to college, I’ve had the opportunity to try so many new kinds of foods—Chinese, Indian, Korean, Mexican, Korean-Mexican fusion and, thanks to my venture to Moya Grill this past weekend, I can now add Ethiopian to the list.

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