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Crowded cubicle concerts: Non-Euclidean Geometry 

Washington University is lucky to host one of the top-ranked mathematical-system-contrarian bands, Non Euclidean Geometry — and Student Life was even more fortunate to get to talk to them about their music.

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Crowded cubicle concerts: Carsen Codel

What proved to be a season of lull for many prospective college students turned out to be an era of inspiration for junior Carsen Codel. While the brunt of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020 was indisputably difficult, Codel took advantage of the extensive free time, taking it to create music and establish himself as a musician.

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LNYF annual show dazzles with performances filmed across St. Louis

The club adapted their performance beautifully to follow COVID-19 guidelines and managed to perform a very cohesive program despite the need to perform completely virtually.

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Ahead of ‘Focus,’ Shaelee Comettant reflects on how the pandemic has shaped her art

While Comettant’s artistic journey didn’t begin on the stage, she found her niche for theater in reflecting on the different artistic values that go into making up a show

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Arlo Parks’ first album brings empathy at a time of trouble

“Collapsed in Sunbeams” is a tranquil and pure interpretation of modern alternative, R&B and pop.

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It’s time that Missouri leaders denounce Josh Hawley

As Missourians, we must push leaders to denounce this act and demand better representation.

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