Artists’ showcase: A look at Post Malone’s musical career

Hailing from Grapevine, Tx., Post Malone is one of the newest sensations in modern music.

Steven Yang | Contributing Writer

What you missed at the Emmys: A look at the biggest winners

If you missed Sunday’s Emmy awards, here’s the quick lowdown.

| Staff Writer

What to expect from the A.E. Hotchner Playwriting Festival

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.

| Senior Cadenza Editor

‘Get Out’ screening encourages dialogue before Stockley ruling

Washington University students, faculty and community members gathered in the School of Law for a screening of Jordan Peele’s 2017 social thriller film “Get Out,” followed by a discussion panel on Thursday night.

| Staff Writer

Lil Dicky for fall WILD uninspired, problematic headliner

The big secret is out—the headliner for 2017 fall WILD is rapper Lil Dicky. With all the expectations surrounding WILD, its not surprising that reactions to Lil Dicky are mixed.

| Music Editor

Musical events to help clear up your post-LouFest blues

Now, all of the grass in the general vicinity of LouFest has been suitably trampled, students have successfully caught up on all the homework they put off and fabric wristbands everywhere, hanging by a thread, have finally fallen off—so you must be hankering for a new show to attend.

| Managing Editor

Embracing the imperfect romantic comedy heroine

A heroine from off the beaten path provides a brighter and more entertaining alternative to the stereotypical rom-com narrative

Lily Hamer | Contributing Writer

‘BoJack Horseman’ questions darkness of humanity, finds few answers

After over a year of waiting, the fourth season of “BoJack Horseman” was released on Netflix on Sept. 8, and it would be an understatement to say that I was incredibly excited for it.

| Staff Writer

LouFest Sunday: And that’s a wrap

If you’ve never boarded a Metro-Link bus while listening to a drunken warbling of “Say it Ain’t So” you have not truly lived.

Such was the scene as LouFest closed Sunday night, and festivalgoers suddenly became painfully aware they had work/school in the morning.

| Staff Writer

LouFest Saturday doesn’t disappoint—if maybe lacking grass

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.

| Senior Cadenza Editor