Stop shouting into the void, attend the SU debate

Washington University students are beginning to realize the power SU has over their day-to-day experience and how they’ve relinquished their voices in the matter. Come this Friday, the student body has their chance to make their voice heard again by coming to the SU debates and making candidates answer the hard questions.

SU, SPB members express concern about WILD cancellation

Questions of transparency continue to dog Student Union Executive Officers in the wake of the governing body’s decision to cancel next fall’s WILD, with critics suggesting that Exec might be setting a precedent for long-lasting changes to the semesterly concert without first seeking student input.

| Senior Editor

SU and SPB forgot to focus on the students

Last October, Student Life wrote a staff editorial arguing that Social Programming Board and Student Union, both of which vowed increased communication with students in the 2015-2016 school year, owed students more transparency, because of the large amount of funds that go toward its programs.

Fall WILD likely canceled due to debate logistics

Fall WILD will likely not occur this year due to scheduling and budgeting constraints imposed by the October presidential debate, Student Union executive members told Student Life in an interview Sunday night.

| Editor-in-Chief

Cadenza reacts to Kygo

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE: Following the announcement of Kygo as this fall’s WILD headliner, Senior Cadenza Editor Mark Matousek and Music Editor Kendall Carroll react to Social Programming Board’s selection.

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Kygo to headline fall WILD

Electronic dance music artist Kygo, known for his 2014 single “Firestone,” will headline fall WILD, Social Programming Board announced Sunday night.

| Staff Reporter

Cadenza takes a look at the WILD openers

So, the WILD openers are out, and correct us if we’re wrong, but the announcement comes with the sound of crickets. Who are these guys?