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Tornado strikes North County, damages homes

Emergency personnel surrounded Hazelwood, Mo., in northern St. Louis County after a tornado felled power lines and tore through houses in the area Wednesday night. Roof tiles littered the sidewalk and an SUV lay overturned as residents watched firemen, policemen and other responders from the area survey the damage.

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Women’s golf finishes third at WUSTL Invitational

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Photos of the Week: April 1–5

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2013 Sex Issue Results

Above are some of the best photos of Student Life’s 2013 Sex Issue. Below are the complete results from the 2013 Sex Survey.

Unusually dramatic LNYF explores identity

Screaming, Andy sobbed on the phone to his parents, seated across the stage, as two of his friends eavesdropped on the conversation.

Ellie Kincaid | Student Life

Most anticipated albums of 2013

Over the past nine years, Arcade Fire has risen from indie upstart to household name, culminating in a shocking upset at the 2011 Grammys. By taking the Album of the Year award from music industry heavyweights such as Eminem and Lady Gaga, the band established itself as a force to be reckoned with and unwittingly became the leaders of indie rock.

The Top 5 Albums of 2012

Mark Matousek | Music Critic

Bears upset IWU to win Lopata Classic Championship

Maybe it was all in the mustaches. With four of five starters still sporting their looks from No-shave November, the No. 10 Washington University men’s basketball team remained undefeated after a 67-57 win over No. 7 Illinois Wesleyan University on Saturday, claiming its 13th-straight victory in games in the Lopata Classic.

Women’s soccer advances to Sweet 16 with pair of victories

When things were looking bleak, the No. 3 Washington University women’s soccer team persevered into the Sweet 16 of the NCAA tournament. In a rematch of last year’s first-round NCAA matchup, Wash. U. took care of business against No. 16 Thomas More College for the second straight year.

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Diwali dazzles packed crowds

Bright colors and sitar-infused pop songs overwhelmed the stage in Edison Theatre before crowds of more than 500 people this weekend. Students in Ashoka danced alongside their peers in the twenty-third annual cultural production in celebration of Diwali, a traditional Hindu celebration of good’s triumph over evil.

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