Bears find success over busy spring break

Baseball In the latest segment of a streaky season, the Washington University baseball team dropped three games after winning 12 straight. The Bears now stand at 13-6 overall. The Red and Green lost 4-3 to the University of Rochester on an 11th-inning squeeze bunt in the University Athletic Association Championship Tournament Saturday in Sanford, Fla. […]

and | Sports Editors

“Briefs” theater festival tackles LGBT issues in short plays

“The more the merrier” should be the unofficial subtitle of That Uppity Theater Company’s new theater festival “Briefs,” which will be premiering in St. Louis this weekend. “Briefs” is a collection of eight short plays that focus on topics important to members of the LGBT community, and the double entendre in the name is a nice touch as well.

| Senior Cadenza Editor

Make it or break it: How we deal with deal-breakers

During my freshman year, I fell head over heels for a boy I met just weeks before school ended. He was the total package: hilarious, down to earth and adorable. Even my friends loved him. Better still: He was single.

Carly MacLeod | Romance Columnist

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