Marina and the Diamonds (The Pageant, May 17 @ 7PM, $22.50) Marina and the Diamonds is not a band but rather the stage name of Welsh artist Marina Diamandis.
It’s disappointing that Chancellor Mark Wrighton, who has shared his home with cats and surely understands their kind and gentle nature, would allow Washington University to continue subjecting these sensitive animals to crude and painful medical training drills that do not help trainees learn how to properly intubate babies.
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Dear Provost Thorp, We are writing to you today, during Sexual Assault Awareness Month, as students concerned about the epidemic of sexual and relationship violence affecting the Washington University community.
After a tumultuous week for the wildly popular Facebook page, Fontbonne University student, Jedediah Jones, confessed to making up at least half a dozen confessions on Wash. U. Confessions.
Just under 1700 students voted in this year’s spring Student Union elections, compared to 2556 last spring and about 1529 in the fall, though both of those elections included block funding. Matt Re won Student Union president with 948 votes, 77 percent of the vote, compared to more than 17 percent for write-in candidate Sean [...]
It’s hard to explain how exactly we were introduced to Kevin Federline. For most people, the mention of K-Fed elicits nothing more than a laugh. But honestly speaking, when we first saw K-Fed circa 2004, he was a classic early 2000s hottie and a professional back-up dancer who had already been in some major music videos.
SEE THE UPDATED VERSION OF THIS STORY HERE. Washington University and the organization’s national headquarters have suspended all Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity activities following an alleged racially offensive activity involving a large number of pledges Tuesday night. A group of students involved in the pledge process for SAE fraternity reportedly used inflammatory language toward a [...]
All classes on the Danforth campus beginning at 5:00 p.m. or later are canceled Thursday due to inclement weather, Washington University announced this afternoon. Classes beginning before 5 p.m. will be held at the discretion of the faculty member. The Physics 198 exam scheduled for 6:30 p.m. this evening has also been cancelled, according to [...]
Washington University’s emergency system was accidentally triggered by “human error” at around 10:36 this morning, causing sirens to erroneously sound. Minutes later, after the emergency sirens had stopped sounding and the all-clear siren had sounded as well, students received WUSTLAlert messages alerting them that the earlier emergency was over and that all was clear. “It [...]