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Georgie Morvis

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‘Looking for the human behind the characters’: A Q&A with the cast of ‘Twelfth Night’

The Performing Arts Department production of the hilarious Shakespearean comedy “Twelfth Night” opens Thursday, April 17. Student Life recently sat down with the cast, featuring junior Kiki Milner as Viola, junior Anna Richards as Olivia and senior Will Jacobs as Malvolio, for a brief discussion on what we can expect from their production.

| Senior Cadenza Editor

‘Silicon Valley’ is a gentle but hilarious spoof of the tech industry

Despite achieving critical and awards success with smaller-niche comedies like “Girls” and “Looking” and getting insanely great ratings for dramas like “Game of Thrones” and “True Detective,” HBO is still missing its big comedy hit to follow up “Entourage.

Album review: ‘Strangers,’ by RAC

As electronic music becomes more respected and entrenched in the music establishment—and a remix has become much more than a simple reworking of a song—the genre is taking off as a hotbed for musical experimentation. RAC’s new album, “Strangers,” is evidence that electronic artists can create music that is more than just synth and bass but genuine artistry.

| Staff Writer

“Arrested Development” actor to speak on campus about mental health

Washington University students will be making a huge mistake if they are not in LabSci 300 this evening, March 31. Active Minds, Wash. U.’s student mental health organizaton, is bringing Jeffrey Tambor, of “Arrested Development” and “The Good Wife” to give a lecture on his own family’s mental health issues. The presentation will begin at […]

Taco Bell’s breakfast menu debut is solid but unspectacular

The A.M. Crunchwrap is just one of the new items Taco Bell is offering for breakfast. Taco Bell’s much-hyped breakfast menu debuted today, and Student Life was on the scene to try it. Will Taco Bell be able to dominate the wee hours of the morning much like they dominate the wee hours of the […]

‘So much subtext and quintessentially British’: A Q&A with the cast of ‘Betrayal’

The Performing Arts Department (PAD) production of the classic Harold Pinter drama “Betrayal” opens Thursday, March 27. Student Life recently sat down with the cast, featuring Sarah Palay as Emma Downs, Charles Morris as Robert Downs and Connor McEvoy as Jerry, for a short discussion on what we can expect from their production.

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Now Hear This!: Miniature Tigers at the Firebird Who Flashlights, Total Slackers, Miniature Tigers where The Firebird (2706 Olive St.) when Monday, March 24. Doors at 7:30 p.m., show at 8 p.m.

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Song of the Day: “Dreamers” by Scavenger Hunt

For today’s Song of the Day, I’ve chosen “Dreamers” by rising Los Angeles-based band Scavenger Hunt. Check out the full writeup on the Student Life blog. In addition, Student Life conducted a brief email interview with the band.   Student Life: Who would you consider your biggest musical influences? Scavenger Hunt: Fleetwood Mac, Prince, Madonna, […]

The Awards Season: Red carpet wrapup 2014

Lupita Nyong’o Screen Actors Guild Awards If it were possible to showcase all of her award looks in one picture, Lupita Nyong’o would be the only focus of this column. Never before has such an undiscovered talent dominated awards season in such stunning fashion (pun intended). She was in the running for best dressed at […]

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