Book review: Fantasy parallels reality in ‘A Court of Thorns and Roses’

“A Court of Thorns and Roses” by Sarah J. Maas. The series follows a human girl named Feyre who lives in a world where faeries exist—and they’re not anything like Tinkerbelle.

Andie Divelbiss | Staff Writer

St. Louis’ rich literary history, explored at BookFest

In a city once home to Tennessee Williams, Kate Chopin and T.S. Elliot, enjoy a weekend of literary discussions centered at Left Bank Books in the Central West End.

| Staff Writer

Day in Carondelet: Garlic Festival is the ‘bestival’

For the last eight years, farmers and fanatics alike have gathered in the Carondelet neighborhood to bask in the sunlight—all in the name of garlic.

and | Senior Editors

Hidden gems: My favorite spots for studying alone on campus

Here are a few of my most-loved study spots around the Danforth Campus.

| Editor-in-Chief

Fraternizing with fraternities: New party themes to try

So, you’re getting ready to go out. It’s a Friday night, or a Saturday, or—if you’re really committed to your nightlife—it’s a Wednesday or a Thursday. You’ve curled your hair, beat your face and spent 10 minutes trying to decide if those heels are worth the tear-jerking foot cramps.

Katy Hutson | Contributing Writer

Study 101: Smart not hard

How do you really study efficiently and create a balanced schedule so that you don’t burn out?

| Contributing Writer

Head, shoulders, knees and thighs: A love letter to my thighs

When I think about what these big powerful squats-for-dayz thighs can do, I can’t help but be thankful to have them. Here’s a list of what thighs are good at doing.

Katy Hutson | Contributing Writer

Screaming in Soulard: My quest to find Mr. Brightside

The humble Facebook Event has undergone a great evolution—it’s gone from a simple way to invite friends to a party to a meme with an intentionally ridiculous name. This latter type of event, which no one physically attends, is created for the sake of the meme itself as an art form.

| Senior Scene Editor

Farm-to-table dining at St. Louis restaurant Vicia

It’s undeniable that the farm-to-table values and ideas that Blue Hill epitomizes are found at Vicia, transplanted to the Midwest and used to create the same “as it should be” food

| Senior Editor

Hot styles for hot days: Trends on the Danforth campus

To jump onto the bandwagon of fashion trends at Wash. U. (or to avoid wearing the same outfit as your suitemate), keep on reading. 

Jillian Shah | Contributing Writer