In honor of the fast-approaching spring W.I.L.D., Student Life put together a handy schedule to get through this Friday. 10:40 a.m.: Intend on waking up early to pre-game lab work. End up off by approximately two hours. 11:15 a.m.: Stumble into the Village to take advantage of free pancakes. Regret existence and the paper you [...]
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.
Service First, Washington University’s annual student service project in St. Louis community schools, has been rescheduled, divided into three days and opened up to students beyond first-year students and project leaders. The final day of the project is the Saturday following the fall Walk In Lay Down (W.I.L.D.) concert.
Second Stage, the outdoor concert on the Village Green that preceded the W.I.L.D. concert in Brookings Quadrangle for the first time last semester, will not be a part of this fall W.I.L.D.
This W.I.L.D. is witnessing a change to the University’s alcohol policy. In years past, students 21 and over have been allowed to bring a six pack of beer to the event; now, students of the legal age will be given wristbands that give them access to three cups of beer, which will be provided there.
Attendees at Washington University’s W.I.L.D., the bi-annual musical festival, will witness significant changes to the event’s management this year. The changes will affect both Second Stage, the pre-W.I.L.D. event, and Main Stage, the concert that will take place on Brookings Quadrangle. Second Stage—the smaller part of W.I.L.D.
With last year’s fall W.I.L.D. yielding the highest number of injuries in recent history, alcohol consumption was bound to be a concern this year. But now, some students are worried that the date of W.I.L.D., Friday, Sept. 16, could contribute to even more injuries.
W.I.L.D. will take place on Friday, September 16, Team 31 announced via Facebook and Twitter. W.I.L.D., or Walk In Lay Down, a concert that takes place once a semester, is earlier this year than in the past. The fall concert has been in October every year since 2007, when it was scheduled for September 29. [...]