Social Programming Board will bring in comedian Alice Wetterlund to perform at Graham Chapel April 12, SPB announced Wednesday.
With a huge budget increase, Social Programming Board had a fantastic opportunity to do something different and appeal to a larger majority of Wash. U. students. But, to the surprise of few, SPB did not capitalize on the opportunity.
Alice Wetterlund will headline a Social Programming Board comedy show, SPB announced today.
In the past, Student Life has criticized Washington University’s Social Programming Board for it’s lack of cognizance of student wants or transparency, but, this time, we have to hand it to them—they did a pretty good job. Jason Derulo, while not the first name most people think of when picking a concert to attend, is a well-liked and reasonable pick.
Social Programming Board announced Jason Derulo as the headliner for April 28 with Natalie La Rose as the opening act. With at least eight well-known, easily recognizable hit songs, Derulo is by far the better pick for spring WILD and represents what all students should want: a high-energy, outdoor party to blow off a full semester’s worth of stress.
Pop artist Jason Derulo, known for hit singles such as “Talk Dirty” and “Whatcha Say,” will headline spring WILD, Social Programming Board announced Thursday.
Student Union allocated almost $3.5 million Sunday night, funding two WILDs, nixing a Social Programming Board’s proposed welcome week concert and doubling the Trending Topics budget following daylong Saturday and Sunday joint sessions of Treasury and Senate.
In response to your piece from last Thursday’s edition of Student Life, we want to capture this moment to increase transparency about our organization. While we appreciate your feedback and suggestions, Social Programming Board believes that many of the expressed concerns are mitigated by a better understanding of our processes.
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.