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Can’t look away: The phenomena of true crime makes its way to WashU

Washington University’s expert on true crime is Dr. Elisabeth Windle, a professor of both English & American Literature as well as Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies. This semester, she is teaching the Sophomore Seminar “Stranger Than Fiction: True Crime from In Cold Blood to I’ll Be Gone in the Dark,” employing a feminist lens to contend with true crime as a literary genre in itself. 

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Diwali: An Illumination of Past and Present 

Anticipation buzzed in the air as Edison theater filled to near-capacity on Friday evening for the opening performance of Diwali. 

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Into the Woods: A Reckoning With Moral Ambiguity

Inspired by the fairytales of the Brothers Grimm, Washington University’s Performing Arts Department’s-rendition of the musical “Into the Woods” is a winding narrative of desire and discontentment.

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Finding Belonging in College

The new faces, while familiar, don’t compare to our friends and family from back home. In short, budding college friendships might not resonate deeply at this point. Yet, it would be impossible to expect them to. 

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