here are four suggestions to fix WILD, or, you know, at least make it a little bit less of a perpetual controversy.
It all started in playwriting class last fall. Eight students were each tasked with producing a full, original screenplay by the end of the semester.
The guitarist tucked his sweater into his pants, the lead singer wore no top but a bolo tie. We all stood on parking lot asphalt and LouFest just felt a bit too much like Warped Tour.
In a new initiative geared toward showing St. Louis college students what all the city has to offer them, LouFest will be launching LouFest U this Friday from 4 p.m. to 10 p.m., the night before the festival’s official start.
Since the Department of Education’s Office of Civil Rights opened three active federal Title IX investigations on Washington University’s campus in early July, further updates on the status of the cases have been non-existent. And that’s not unusual.
Pablo Escobar, as played by Wagner Moura in Netflix’s “Narcos,” was killed by the Drug Enforcement Administration in the finale of the show’s second season. Yet, Netflix went and re-upped “Narcos” for two more seasons, leaving everyone to wonder: What does a show based around the life of Pablo Escobar become with a dead Pablo Escobar?
In order to better comply with Missouri state law, the Office of Residential Life has made three additions to the alcohol policy for the 2017-2018 school year, including banning drinking games and the consumption of hard alcohol in the presence of those under age 21.
It’s not often I get to recommend one of the worst films ever made as an enjoyable weekend pastime, but here we are.
Nowadays, the flick is the longest-running midnight movie of all time, and the Tivoli screens “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” four times every October leading up to Halloween.
They say no press is bad press, but Washington University has put the phrase’s exact extent to the test over this past summer.