A celebration featuring food, games and entertainment will follow the event.
In a move aimed at bringing a more famous headliner to campus, Student Union’s Social Programming Board will differentiate funding for WILD between the two semesters, producing one “small WILD” and one “big WILD” during the 2020-2021 academic year.
Each semester—well, during semesters we don’t host presidential debates—hoards of Washington University students make the trek towards Brookings Quadrangle to sing along, dance along or move along to whatever throwback/rapper/DJ that Social Programming Board chooses to grace the WILD stage. But why not switch it up a little?
It would have been awesome to be a member of the Class of 2003…in terms of W.I.L.D., that is. With just one glance at the lineup they had during their four years at Washington University, anyone would be envious. In the spring of 2000, their freshman year, Outkast and Dispatch played.
Sounds of laughter and chatter drifted through the Brookings Quad along with the mingled smell of pizza, beer and smoke. Hands waved in the air and bodies swayed against each other while the music flowed on. There goes another Walk In Lay Down (W.I.L.D.).
Transcript of Wendy Kopp’s address at Washington University’s 2009 commencement ceremony, as prepared for delivery.
On Friday, May 15, 2009, 2,642 students received 2,765 degrees at the 148th Commencement ceremony.
Waves of Washington University students flocked to Brookings Quadrangle Friday evening to enjoy the warm weather and the spring Walk In Lay Down concert put on by Team 31 Productions.
Team 31 will present The Black Keys as its headliner act and Filligar, B.o.B and the Cool Kids in this year’s spring Walk In Lay Down concert today.
On Tuesday, March 31 students and members of the St. Louis community came together in Brookings Quad for the annual Take Back the Night rally to raise awarness about and to prevent sexual violence.
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