The worst summer job I ever had

The undeniable fact is that internship season is upon us. Henceforth, all free time will be spent writing cover letters, searching on CAREERlink for summer jobs and emailing “family friends” for networking purposes. The result of all of this can be an enlightening job experience or a horrifying one. Scene has experienced both, and we’re here to advise you before you finalize those summer plans.

What to do in St. Louis over spring break?

While some will be jetting off to exotic locales like Miami, Cancun or Westchester, plenty of students will be staying in St. Louis for their break. Not to fear, though, there’s plenty to do in town with a week off, and Scene’s got you covered.

Professors bring Wash. U. education to local prisoners with new program

In the fall semester, Washington University professors Margaret Garb and Robert Henke entered into a three-year-long pilot program aiming to provide a select group of inmates at the Missouri Eastern Correctional Center (MECC) with liberal arts educations.

Maisie Heine | Contributing Reporter

Better know an admin: Meet Dean Sharon Stahl

I sat down with Sharon Stahl, the vice chancellor for students, to get to know her a little better.

| Staff Reporter

Mr. Wash. U., Relay bowl people for charity

We as a human race may never truly know what it is like to be inside a football being hurled down the field by Bart Starr or the putter of Jack Nicklaus as he taps the ball down the green. Most of us will never even know the feeling of being inside a bag of popcorn as the kernels explode. Luckily, Mr. Wash. U. and Relay for Life made the feeling of being inside a bowling ball accessible to all.

| Senior Scene Editor

Improv group Suspicious of Whistlers presents show half-shrouded in the dark

Saturday night’s Suspicious of Whistlers filled McMillan Cafe with an audience eager for laughter and spontaneous long-form improvisation.

| Staff Reporter

Beta and Kappa Delta to use ThurtenE funds to help Farragut Elementary

For this year’s ThurtenE Carnival, Beta Theta Pi and Kappa Delta, paired for the first time in the construction of a facade, have decided to redefine the purpose behind their fundraising and take a tangible approach toward making an impact within the community.

| Staff Reporter

Fashion Week trends that should come to Wash. U. (and how to buy them cheap)

Alas, designer clothing is expensive, and whether or not you have the money to buy it, there are cheaper options that will make you look just as stylish as the people sitting front row at Fashion Week.

| Staff Writer

Community remembers, rallies behind closing Cheese-ology

Cheese-ology announced on Feb. 9 through Facebook that it would be closing its doors on March 7. Since Cheese-ology’s food menu revolves primarily around macaroni and cheese, the quality and price of the cheese are integral for the restaurant to serve interesting and high-quality food.

| Staff Reporter

A conversation with Joe Edwards on life, peacocks and rock ’n’ roll history

Joe Edwards, who has a hand in many of the businesses and projects that have made the Delmar Loop one of the top 10 streets in America, has made his life purposeful by improving, not leaving behind, this place he calls home.

| Senior Scene Editor