Antoni Porowski entered Lab Sciences 300 Friday night to the sound of hundreds of screaming Washington University students quite literally bursting with excitement at the sight of the star of Netflix’s “Queer Eye.”
Fall Break came and went in what felt like seconds after what seems to be a semester’s worth of anticipation. And though you may no longer have the excuse of going out to eat to avoid the weird Fall Break dining hours, and classes are back in session, can’t we just pretend for a little while longer? Here are the best places in St. Louis you should try out, to make Fall Break last all semester long.
Halloweekend is coming and I’m so freaking excited for the best holiday of the year, but I’m having costume issues. What to wear, what’s relevant, what’s offensive?
Space in college is limited. You can’t have a fully stocked kitchen with all the bells and whistles. Being strategic is crucial and often leads to some meals being unavailable. I have some suggestions that will keep your kitchen capable for any meal, while keeping some space open in your kitchen.
Fall break is approaching at a less-than-breakneck pace. The weather is slowly creeping towards cold, and every professor is saying, “I’m assigning the [INCREDIBLY SCARY PROJECT] to be due the 17th because you should have plenty of time to complete it.” Thanks guys.
Washington University sophomore Emma Rubinson made fashion history last week as the youngest designer featured in the Pins & Needles by Brainchild fashion competition. Her stunning eight-piece collection RESONANCE wowed the crowd with its deep wine red and navy coloring, winning her the People’s Choice Award.
Take a break this midterm season and enjoy the autumnal weather.
Trying to figure out where to register to vote and when you have to register by? Check our guide to registering for the midterm elections.
Varying in size and setting, Washington University is blessed with an assortment of amazing libraries all around campus. The real problem for students becomes how to decide which library to study in.
Dining Services’ summer installation of an RFID-based soda fountain system has caused quite a stir across campus recently. The system’s efficacy is currently being examined by dining services, amidst student questions about whether the system is truly beneficial for “sustainability,” as dining services posits, or whether it’s simply a cash grab based on assumptions about patron behavior.