‘Kentucky’ to bring diversity to the WU stage

“Kentucky” follows the story of an Asian-American woman, Hiro, living in New York, who travels back to her home state of Kentucky in order to “rescue” her younger sister, Sophie“Kentucky” follows the story of an Asian-American woman, Hiro, living in New York, who travels back to her home state of Kentucky in order to “rescue” her younger sister, Sophie.

Sabrina Spence | Staff Writer

St. Louis Symphony Orchestra to host fall student night this Saturday

This Saturday, Nov. 17, marks the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra’s fall student night of their 2018-19 concert season. In addition to selling student tickets for $10, SLSO will be hosting various activities for students, including a prize wheel with the chance to win tickets to future SLSO productions.

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Passion and persistence: Aussie band The Faim on first US tour

The Faim is coming to Fubar in St. Louis this Saturday, Nov. 17, performing with Hands like Houses, Emarosa, Devour the Day and Arlington. In advance of this show, Student Life caught up with keyboardist and bassist Stephen Beerkens.

Jonah Goldberg | Contributing Writer

Soulcalibur VI: ‘The most ambitious crossover ever’

Soulcalibur VI is the latest installment in the Soul series though, despite being the 11th game in the series, newcomers do not need to play the others in order to enjoy this game.

Phoenix Burnett | Contributing Writer

Pranaya’s Picks: ‘Lord of the Rings’

The theatrical version of the trilogy lasts over nine hours but earns every minute. The rich story compels you to watch more, and the excellent performances and magnificent visuals make it impossible to look away.

Pranaya Pahwa | Film Editor

Ellen Fullman and her Long String Instrument: An impossible reflection

The instrument itself is an achievement; many strands of somewhere around 100 feet of music wire strung between two weighted stands, with resonators (essentially just wooden boxes) attached to one end.

Justin Ziegelmueller | Contributing Writer

Frankie Valet plays last show of the year alongside Remember Sports

Frankie Valet will resume playing local shows sometime next spring, after a break for producing new content, and the other local groups continue to play shows around Wash. U., so watch out for those.

Justin Ziegelmueller | Contributing Writer

A cappella groups as told by their setlists: The Greenleafs

The Greenleafs, Washington University’s premier all-women a cappella group, hosted their 30th annual “Green Eggs and Jam” concert Nov. 9 and 10.

Jordan Coley | Contributing Writer

Jazz at Holmes showcases student performers

Throughout the fall semester, students at Washington University and the public can enjoy free live performances by noted local and regional jazz artists from 8-10 p.m.

Merry May Ma | Contributing Writer

Video: Greenleafs concert preview

Check out this preview of the Greenleafs’ fall concert!

HN Hoffmann | Digital Contributor