Alice Wetterlund will headline a Social Programming Board comedy show, SPB announced today.
With yet another white male brought to campus as part of Social Programming Board’s comedy series, it is now abundantly apparent that SPB’s survey system does not favor diverse acts. To counter this trend our editorial board recommends that positions on Social Programming Board become an elected instead of appointed.
H Jon Benjamin, the voice behind animated comedy characters Bob Belcher from “Bob’s Burgers” and Sterling Archer from “Archer,” delivered a performance that dove into everything from diversity in comedy to President Donald Trump in Graham Chapel Wednesday night.
Comedian H. Jon Benjamin, known for his work as a writer and voice actor for “Bob’s Burgers” and “Archer,” will headline Social Programming Board’s Feb. 15 spring comedy show.
In the echoed opening of Graham Chapel, around 400 people sat in pews Thursday night listening to early 2000s jams as we waited for the fall comedy show to begin.
Comedian John Mulaney will perform at Washington University this spring, Social Programming Board announced Sunday night.
If you’re still stumped on how to rank the choices, Cadenza has picked both the artists and comedians we’d like to see come to campus next semester.
As we all know, comedian Nick Offerman will be performing in Edison Theatre this Sunday night. Excited as we are for his performance, one can’t help but wonder what his “Parks and Recreation” alter ego, the mustachioed legend Ron Swanson, would think of our school. From academics to social life, what impression would Washington University leave on him?
The original CollegeHumor.com writer held nothing back in his comedy show Wednesday night at Graham Chapel, using the ironic venue as a supplement to his controversial act.