SPB to bring St. Lucia, Painted Palms to the Gargoyle

Social Programming Board announced Saturday that it would host synth-pop act St. Lucia with opener Painted Palms at the Gargoyle on Feb. 21. As always, tickets will be free with a Washington University ID. St. Lucia is the brainchild of Jean-Philip Grobler, a South African-born, Brooklyn-based musician. Since the band’s formation in 2010, St.

| Senior Cadenza Editor

KWUR local music showcase to progressively rock the Gargoyle

Though Wash. U. metro passes are often viewed as a godsend, they only get us to places where the public transportation reaches. When those of us without cars venture into the greater St. Louis area, it is usually with a destination in mind. This unfortunately means that many don’t get to experience the life of the St. Louis local, especially the local music scene.

| Senior Cadenza Editor

Student groups to flood campus with collaborative Pakistan relief efforts

Last year, the entire campus came together to raise at least $9,000 for Haiti after an earthquake killed 300,000. These efforts stand in contrast to the student effort after devastating flooding in Pakistan since July.

| Senior News Editor

Top 10 types of songs to blast on your freshman floor

Welcome to Wash U, incoming freshman! You are about to be thrown into a pressure cooker of arts and entertainment, surrounded by culture 24/7. And some of that taste is more highly valued than others. Make sure you grab your place in the musical hierarchy early on with these simple playlist suggestions.

| Music Editor