Inclusivity in sexuality: Washington University’s first ‘[Blank] Monologues’

As today’s society strives for equality, “[Blank] Monologues” gives a platform for college students to educate their peers and break down taboo surrounding genitalia and sexuality.

Leah Hardgrove | Staff Writer

Sophomore a cappella star stuns in collegiate, professional shows

While he is a part of the Washington University Amateurs, sophomore Ben Vance is an a cappella professional.

Leah Hardgrove | Staff Writer

Dancing with the misfits: A conversation with Magic Giant

This Thursday, Feb. 21, Magic Giant will be performing at Off Broadway in St. Louis. In advance of their show, Student Life caught up with Li before the band began their sound check in Detroit.

Jonah Goldberg | Contributing Writer

AFAS, EAS bring ‘Guangzhou Dream Factory’ screening to campus

As the film progresses, more hazards of this African migration are revealed. Money and jobs are hard to come by. Con men promise job security but leave hopeful migrants in debt and jobless.

Isabella Neubauer | Staff Writer

‘Apex Legends’ changes the battle royale game

Much like the other battle royale titans, “Apex” is built upon a good foundation. Using the same engine and assets from “Titanfall 2,” “Apex” is a well-polished and fast-paced shooter.

Phoenix Burnett | Contributing Writer

What kind of sex you have based on your sex song

How do you do it?

| Senior Cadenza Editor

When Harry boned Sally: Ranking the protagonists of top-10 romantic comedies from least to most sexual chemistry

I consulted multiple sources to compile my list of the generally-agreed-upon “Top 10 Rom-Coms of All Time” and have ranked them from least to most sexual compatibility.

Kiva Runnels | Contributing Writer

Ariana Grande’s ‘thank u, next’ shows off her stunning vocals, writing ability

Though it has noticeable flaws, “thank u, next” is a truly brilliant album that only reinforces Grande’s star power.

Jordan Coley | Staff Writer

Valentine’s Day viewing: We need more ‘Sex Education’

On top of the obvious sexual overtones, undertones, middle-tones and regular tones, “Sex Education” deals with complicated home situations, homophobic rhetoric and situations and personal discovery while poking fun at the sex lives of teenagers.

Sabrina Spence | Staff Writer

Audiophiles: Best breakup songs

Perhaps you’re going through a breakup and you’ve been dreading tomorrow for as long as you’ve been single. In that case, you’re in luck (musically, not romantically) because I’ve compiled a list of iconic breakup songs to get you through the day.

Jordan Coley | Staff Writer