Staff Editorial: The election is over, but we’re not done

Start with what binds us—the University itself—and work from there to explore and understand how the University impacts the greater St. Louis community.

Why America must normalize masks beyond the pandemic

It only makes sense that Americans should normalize wearing a mask when you are sick, even beyond the setting of a pandemic.

Reilly Brady | Staff Writer

This sucks: Let’s get through it together

“It is easy to forget that when dealing with the inevitable cascade of problems in the next month, but before you start to get angry at someone, take a second to remember that whoever you are dealing with is probably in a pretty bad spot as well.”

Thomas Humphrey | Staff Writer

Staff Editorial: On homesickness and finding a sense of campus community

We as an editorial board have come up with a few tips in order to alleviate homesickness.

A call for community dialogue and progress

The Diversity Affairs Council, a branch of Student Union, recognizes that the image posted online on Oct. 30, regardless of the intention, has hurt members of our community. As representatives of the Washington University in St. Louis student body, we are disheartened by this incident.

| Diversity Affairs Council

A statement from the Diversity Affairs Council

The Diversity Affairs Council (DAC) recognizes the events of Tuesday night because we are students and representatives of the Washington University in St. Louis community. Our purpose is to foster a more inclusive campus environment and provide a connection between the student body and administration.

Diversity Affairs Council Cabinet

“Community” finally returns

If you’re feeling a little bit of deja vu right now, you’re not mistaken. Almost five months ago, Student Life ran a small preview for the fourth season of NBC’s comedy underdog “Community,” a show centered on a study group of misfits at a subpar community college.

‘Community’ is back, but how’s it doing?

After what amounted to an unusually but not ridiculously long winter hiatus, “Community” returned to NBC on March 15. The three episodes since the return have been … decent. I wasn’t exactly part of the #sixseasonsandamovie campaign on Twitter, but I do like “Community.

NBC’s new Thursday-night lineup

Big changes have come to NBC’s Thursday-night comedy block, and our feelings are mixed on the lineup.

| Cadenza Reporters

Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade wishlist

I record the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade every year, because, really, I’m not going to wake up to watch it live. Still, I find myself fast-forwarding through most of the balloons and floats, because they are either old-fashioned or just plain boring.

| Senior Cadenza Editor

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