Party like it’s freshman year: All the things I miss being able to do on the South 40

Living on the South 40 for my first two years at Washington University was pretty nice.

| Editor-in-Chief

Staff list: Holiday gifts for everyone on your ‘nice’ list

It’s post-Black Friday craze—the gift-giving season is upon us.

Five lessons learned by a first-semester Bear and advice from her professors

I have attended Washington University for a little over three months—so I have all of the experience in the world under my belt and have decided to grace you with my words of wisdom. Just kidding!

Morayo Ladejola-Oginni | Contributing Writer

How to celebrate the holidays in St. Louis before break starts

Take a break from your study schedule to venture out into St. Louis for a fun, festive time.

| Editor-in-Chief

Alice Lee: A portrait of the artist as a young scholar

Later this week, Alice Lee’s work will be displayed in the DUC. Learn what inspires the senior Communications Design major.

| Staff Writer

Katy’s Corner: That guy that just won’t stop

Dear Katy, How do I keep these peeps from constantly blowing up my phone, asking to hang out and giving me hugs when I see them on campus?

| Staff Columnist

Thirsty Thursday: A guide to St. Louis’ independent breweries

Everyone knows about Schlafly, but you might want to check out Urban Chestnut, Civil Life, Perennial Artisan Ales and 4 Hands.

| Staff Writer

Which campus library should you study in?

Sometime all you need is the right atmosphere. Take this quiz to find out what’s the right Wash. U. library for you.

| Senior Scene Editor

An intimate chat with Ibtihaj Muhammad in Graham Chapel

Fencer Ibtihaj Muhammad stopped by Washington University on Tuesday to discuss on identity, racism and her journey to the Olympics.

Hanusia Higgins | Senior Scene Editor

Learn about geography through GIS Day at Wash. U.

Washington University is home to a vibrant Geographic Information Systems community.

| Staff Writer