Cincinnati-raised rapper Cal Scruby will open for Chiddy Bang at this year’s fall concert on Oct. 21, Social Programming Board announced Monday.
As students flocked to various news outlets’ stages trying to get on TV with clever political signage, six fraternity brothers turned a “Hillary for Prison” sign into an avenue for direct involvement in Donald Trump’s campaign.
Students have expressed mild but mixed reactions regarding Social Programming Board’s Tuesday announcement that Philadelphia rapper Chiddy Bang will headline this semester’s fall concert.
Hip-hop artist Chiddy Bang, known for hits “Opposite of Adults” and “Mind Your Manners,” will headline this year’s fall concert, Social Programming Board announced Tuesday.
Two panel discussions—one on religion and the common good and the other on religion and national politics—were held at Graham Chapel this Saturday to accompany Sunday’s presidential debate.
A trio of CNN digital media reporters discussed how political reporting—and politics itself—have changed due to social media.
Not many college students can say that they have stood in the same spot as a presidential candidate or had a hand in preparing the stage for a debate between presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, but four Washington University students were given the once in a lifetime opportunity to act as stand-ins for the candidates and moderators of Sunday night’s debate.
Students, St. Louis area politicians and St. Louisians gathered at the Missouri History Museum at 2 p.m. on debate day, many holding Clinton-Kaine signs, for the kickoff of the Forward Together bus tour, an initiative by the Democratic National Convention.
From international issues like the Iran nuclear deal to local issues like University City’s upcoming city council election, students engaged with diverse political policy issues presented at the Debate Fair in Edison Courtyard from 3 to 6 p.m. Sunday afternoon.
Political commentators Angela Rye and Kayleigh McEnany often appear on CNN to discuss their support for presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, respectively. Student Life spoke with them about their experiences at Washington University and any messages they may have for students.