Despite what it might feel like outside, it officially became spring in St. Louis almost two weeks ago.
This recent outpouring of rain means that spring has recently sprung, and it hasn’t come a moment too soon. However, the weather here in St. Louis is known to change quite quickly, so you may have found yourself—and especially your closet—quite unprepared to take on the fashion scene this spring.
As winter once again sinks its menacing and merciless claws into St. Louis, the Student Life sports staff turns its gaze towards the spring for round three of the Washington University Fantasy Sports League.
Rock musician Mat Kearney will be the second of three artists performing at this year’s W.I.L.D., with the third to be announced sometime between now and the April 26 concert, according to Social Programming Board.
A Spring W.I.L.D. wish list from the ever-optimistic Cadenza Staff.
Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros will headline this spring’s Walk In Lay Down concert on April 29, Team 31 announced early Friday morning. The group has also booked Flying Lotus, a techno DJ, as an opener for the concert in the Brookings Quadrangle.
As I’m sitting here in the scorching heat of my dorm room, I’m reminded that summer is just around the corner. The anticipation of trying this year’s spring runway trends will soon culminate with an updated spring/summer wardrobe. Despite the thrill, the seasonal quandary is inevitable: With hundreds of runway trends, which ones will you make your own?
Dear readers, I’ve been watching you. And I know what’s on all your minds: spring. And along with spring comes the decision…to fling or not to fling? It’s inevitable that this question comes up at this time of year—undoubtedly, spring is here. The temperature is up and the sun is out, bringing everyone out of hibernation.
It gave us many things: an excuse to stay inside, a reason to sleep in, an answer to why a few pounds may have settled around our midriffs. “Because it’s winter and it’s cold outside. Shorter days mean longer nights and more sleep in the first place. Gaining fat in preparation for hibernating during the winter is a vestigial evolutionary trait from a distant mammalian ancestor…” we were able to answer in chorus.