This year, Wash.U. alumna and Career Development Coordinator Phoebe Richards served as the new director for “#RewindBlurredLines,” the interactive performance about sexual assault shown to all first-year students.
Takarabune, a Japanese word meaning “treasure boat,” is also the name of a dance company that dances Awa Odori—a traditional Japanese dance with about 400 years of history behind it.
While usually reserved for speakers and comics, indie rock band Mothers came to Graham Chapel this past Tuesday to kick off KWUR Week 2018.
Over the weekend, Association of Latin American Students (ALAS) hosted its 19th annual Carnaval—a celebration of Latinx culture and recognition of intersectional issues for the Latin American community—titled “Unidad.”
This past Saturday, Washington University’s Social Programming Board held its Spring Comedy Show in Graham Chapel featuring Ilana Glazer and Beth Stelling.
“If you are easily offended, please stay. It’ll make this a lot more interesting,” event emcee Maxi Glamour said. That’s when I knew it would be a great show.
“Annihilation” disturbs, unsettles and makes your skin crawl. It raises questions and opens discussions. It requires and demands repeat viewing.
After a yearlong hiatus from touring, Matt and Kim are back on the road. On March 27, the duo visited the Pageant as the fourth stop on their national tour.
The film covers the last days of Stalin and the struggle to fill the massive power vacuum that Stalin left after his death. While many aspects of the film are quite serious, it presents itself as a “political satire comedy.”
As a critique on the intersection of our generation and the upper class, “Thoroughbreds” illuminates a morally callous society dancing on the edges of a volcano. As a film, it delights.