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Thyrsus’ Day of Shame creates theatrical magic in 24 hours

Participants in Thyrsus’ event love the chance for experimentation and low-stakes commitments to theater.

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Hostile Terrain 94 mourns each life lost on the southern border

3200 toe tags, each filled out by a participant, hang in the DUC. Each one represents a life lost attempting to cross the southern border.

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Pandemic pets: WU students take advantage of more time at home to foster animals

From the dogs of Instagram to endless funny cat videos, pets keep us going when times are rough. With this past year being noticeably more difficult for many Washington University students, many are turning to fostering animals as a way to temporarily access some furry-friend-serotonin.  Because of the constant change in schedule and location that […]

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Black Anthology embraces identity and community in the virtual age

The performance, “Essential(s),” truly embraced the gifts of the digital age and brought me fully into the story and performances of the evening. 

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‘Restructuring a more positive reality’: Junior Kaylyn Webster featured in hometown exhibition 

Webster’s paintings, which depict African-American subjects using symbolism and motifs drawn from art history, are featured in the exhibition “dis/contented realities” at Urevbu Contemporary in downtown Memphis.

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