It’s post-Black Friday craze—the gift-giving season is upon us.
At Washington University, we’ve been battling some especially scary demons lately, in the form of scandalous revelations and controversial decisions from campus figures and organizations.
The Scene staff shares the top items on our bucket list of what Wrighton ought to do before retiring.
If you object to Lil Dicky as a problematic artist, you don’t care for his particular style of music, or you’d just rather not go to WILD for any of a multitude of other reasons, the Scene staff recommends some alternate activities for your Friday night.
Returning for a new academic year at Washington University can mean revisiting familiar frustrations, but it also brings about joyful reunions with some favorite, unique aspects of Wash. U. Here, the Scene staff shares the elements of campus life to which they are most excited to return this year.
Food! We all eat it. Showers! We all take them. But food and showers together?
Just because it’s a Tuesday doesn’t mean you can’t do something special while staying right on campus. Try having sex with your partner in a campus building!
Are your parents disappointed in your utter lack of culinary competence? Are you prone to setting small grease fires? If so, check out these easy recipes for a fulfilling meal.
Best of all, it’s time to get into the spirit with holiday-themed decorations. Whether you celebrate Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, the winter season, all of the above or none of the above, here are some creative ways to decorate your place.
While it’s crucial for us to become active in movements to, you know, prevent a literal dystopia, it’s also necessary to recognize when you need to unplug. Here are Scene’s favorite ways of practicing self-care.