WashU’s a cappella groups, The Mosaic Whispers and The Amateurs, take the stage with soulful classics and ‘out of this world’ talent.
Ashoka’s executive board released a statement on Monday night outlining their plans for accountability after public outcry about this year’s Diwali skit.
The strength of its characters and comedy made the show a truly enjoyable experience.
“Dune,” released last month, was unquestionably one of the most anticipated movies of 2021. And it was enjoyable — but far from perfect. Here are the upsides and downsides to the three-hour movie.
Listening to music is difficult when concussed, but here are some tunes that won’t bother your brain.
Though corny, “She Kills Monsters”‘ humor and heart propel it over its missteps.
Despite the rain, The Stereotypes’ concert displayed the spirit and resilience of WashU a cappella.
All Student Theatre made the Village Black Box into an interactive haunted house over the weekend.
Washington University’s improv comedy K.A.R.L makes their debut post-pandemic performance, proving to be truly better than Trevor.
If you’re staying in St. Louis, there are a ton of entertaining ways to have fun and stay occupied during the long weekend. From concert venues to alpaca farms, read more to find out!
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