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VIDEO: Prop A celebration in DUC

In Washington University’s Danforth University Center, Chancellor Mark Wrighton, Chesterfield Mayor John Nations, executive director of Citizens for Modern Transit Tom Shrout, and CEO of St. Louis Metro Bob Baer speak to a crowd of students and supporters after Proposition A, which supports St. Louis public transit, passed April 6.

VIDEO: Flash Mob for Proposition A

Wash. U. Students for Proposition A, Green Action, the Performing Arts Department collaborated to organize an improvisational flash mob dance in front of the Danforth University Center. The dance was meant to raise awareness of the upcoming April 6 vote on Proposition A, which will support St. Louis public transit. The Chancellor was among the […]

VIDEO: April 1st reporting

Sasha Fine and Dennis Sweeney ask students about fake happenings at Washington University. They find out what students think about: Esquire magazine’s election of St. Louis as “The South Beach of the Midwest,” the impending removal of the campus’ renowned bunny state, the selection of Ron Jeremy for a post in Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies, and more!

| Student Life Staff

VIDEO: Students participate in city-wide protests

| Managing Editor

PODCAST: The Cadenza Show, Episode 4

This episode has our biggest cast yet, seven contributors! Wow, that’s almost twice our viewership!

VIDEO: Women’s Basketball wins NCAAs

Women’s basketball emerged victorious from the Division III NCAA Final Four in Bloomington, IL this weekend. The no. 6 Washington University Bears defeated the no. 4 Hope College Flying Dutchmen for the national title. This video captures the team’s and the fans’ intensity from the beginning of the championship game to after the buzzer.

AUDIO SLIDESHOW: National Champs!

On March 20, 2010, the women’s basketball team defeated Hope College to win the NCAA Division III Championship. Here’s an audio slideshow compiling the sites and sounds from the championship game.

| Student Life Staff

VIDEO: Matisyahu sings in Graham Chapel

Reggae musician and Hasidic Jew Matisyahu spoke in Graham Chapel this Thursday, March 18th. He interspersed an unscripted question and answer session with acoustic performances of a number of songs, accompanied on guitar by Wash. U. alumnus Adam Weinberg.

| Managing Editor

PODCAST: The Cadenza Show, Episode 3

What starts off as a normal podcast quickly changes into an abnormal one. Cici, Alex and Nora are whisked away and are replaced by a guest-host, the apathetic Jesse Calvert. He and Percy venture through a new segment (!) that goes over our favorite comments from last week, and they also talk about Shutter Island and Dwarf Fortress. Not sure what that is? You’re not alone. Click on to find out.

Student Life’s SU Election Endorsements

The Student Life Editorial Board interviewed each of the ten candidates running for a Student Union 2010-2011 executive position. It is exciting to see both the Bold and [open] slates running for office this year—two experienced slates with innovative ideas.

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