Missed out on local news over fall break? Catch up with our weekly roundup.
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.
I can safely say I wasn’t expecting the St. Louis BookFest. I first heard of the festival on Thursday evening, less than forty-eight hours before the event itself. The website provided a helpful list of featured authors, none of whom I had heard of. I had never even been to the Central West End before.
Check out all the bands coming to St. Louis this month!
It’s long past time for you to be in the streets. Every single last one of you.
The future of St. Louis, and of our University community, depends on our city’s commitment to breaking down the racial and economic boundaries that have so fractured it. The editorial board sees only one mayoral candidate both devoted to this cause and armed with the attitude to accomplish it: Antonio French.
This past Tuesday, two of our Forum writers had the privilege of being able to go to multiple voting precincts in St. Louis for a political science course project of voter data. Here are their experiences at the polls.
Recently opened, the National Blues Museum takes one Cadenza writer through a historical trip of improvisation and city-wide culture.
The Missouri presidential primary is next Tuesday, March 15, which means that most Washington University students will have left St. Louis for warmer climates. But for those who will be in St. Louis, the candidates will have plenty of pandering to do to capture the millennial vote.
St. Louis is part of Wilco’s history and one that the performers acknowledge in songs and personal histories. Here, then, is a look at the historical geography of Wilco in St. Louis.