For musician Kishi Bashi, American society needs more omoiyari. Although there is no direct translation of omoiyari from Japanese to English, it is often roughly translated as “empathy.” According to Kishi Bashi, however, the word is better characterized as “the idea of creating compassion towards other people by thinking about them.”
Fill this out and scream into the void, because T-Pain pulled out so years of WILD surveys apparently mean nothing. WILD responsibly!
This past Thursday, April 4, comedian Ken Jeong, known for roles like Ben Chang on “Community” and Mr. Chow from the Hangover movies, came to Washington University for Social Programming Board’s Spring Comedy Show.
Student bands Rob Apollo and Doug Addicts will be playing at Blueberry Hill this Saturday, March 30.
Now that WUTV has their broadcasting ability back, they hope to enhance their programming and extend their reach.
After releasing “Wasted Nun” and “Daddi,” a surreal and jamming yet kinky lead single, “Stuffed & Ready” follows through on the quality I expect from a Cherry Glazerr album.
Washington University students should see this variety of performances as an opportunity to get out into the St. Louis artistic community.
This Saturday, Nov. 17, marks the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra’s fall student night of their 2018-19 concert season. In addition to selling student tickets for $10, SLSO will be hosting various activities for students, including a prize wheel with the chance to win tickets to future SLSO productions.
As Spooktober comes to a close, I find myself getting more and more into the ghostly spirit. If you want to get down and spooky on Halloween, check out these tracks of trepidation.
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