Four a cappella concerts to hit the scene this weekend

There’s a lot more that goes into preparation than singing. Reserving Graham Chapel, taking photos, making flyers, selling tickets and working with sound and lighting specialists are all components that go into the preparation process.

Quincy Schmechel | Contributing Writer

Les Miserables to play at the Fabulous Fox Theatre

The national tour of the Broadway show “Les Miserables,” with stunning direction by Laurence Connor, will be playing at St. Louis’ Fabulous Fox Theatre Dec. 11-16.

Jordan Coley | Staff Writer

Audiophiles: Vintage country Christmas

Here’s a list of Christmas and holiday songs that have an early country-style flavor to them, so you can yearn for the vast expanses of the American West while also keeping your holiday spirit aflame.

Elizabeth Phelan | Staff Writer

Rom-coms to warm your heart this winter break

Do you just want to spend four weeks cuddling up with a fuzzy blanket and some romantic comedies that will make you feel all the feels? You’re not alone, and winter break is the perfect time for that.

Jaden Satenstein | Staff Writer

The Road to Black Anthology: Installment 2

Black Anthology hosted the viewing of a movie as an “Ode to Ntozake Shange” this past Thursday, Nov. 29 in McMillan Hall.

Katie Bry | Digital Contributor

A cappella groups as told by their setlists: Reverb

As told by their set list, Reverb came onto the scene with a bang.

Isabella Neubauer | Staff Writer

A cappella groups as told by their setlists: The Ghostlights

The Ghostlights, Washington University’s musical theater and soundtrack a cappella group, hosted their fall concert “Trivia Night” Nov. 30.

Jordan Coley | Staff Writer

Skits and sketches: Kids On Campus kills with major laughs

When a line starts forming two hours before doors open for a show, it’s obvious that the show is something worth waiting for.

Madelyne Quiroz | Contributing Writer

WashU Dance Theatre showcases WU students, faculty

This year’s theme was “PastForward,” which examined the different styles and concepts of art through the ages.

Jordan Coley | Staff Writer

It’s beginning to look a lot like Netflix: New Christmas films ready to stream

After the success of last year’s “The Christmas Prince,” Netflix has hopped on the Hallmark Channel train of producing cheesy but heartwarming original Christmas films, releasing four new films in the last month.

Jaden Satenstein | Staff Writer