A breakdown of fall WILD’s cancellation

The University’s semiannual concert, Walk In Lay Down (WILD), was canceled this semester following concerns over student safety at the event and the administration’s inability to find a solution for a late-in-the-game attendee capacity restriction from the University’s Emergency Management (EM) department.

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Our suggestions for combating the winter slump

The end of daylight savings time ushers in some dark and cold months. Scene writers put together a list of things that improve their mood when the weather is getting them down.

Flavors of fall: Our recommendations for fun and festive feasts with friends

Just in time for the first real cold snap of the year, Scene staff writers compiled a list of quintessentially fall things to do — and mostly, to eat — for the remainder of Pumpkin Spice Season. 

Bergson’s best: Rating the cafe’s fall drinks

Over the last few weeks, I have sampled all three of Café Bergson’s special fall beverages. Here are my ratings.

| Managing Editor

Staff Editorial: Ways to find brightness in the midterm gloom

The members of the Student Life Editorial Board share their methods on how to de-stress safely during this fall.

What could have been: The banging sports weekend that never was

Looking at the schedule of the season that never was, this would have been an excellent weekend in WU sports.

| Senior Sports Editor

‘That beautiful carpet’: A walk through Ginkgo Allée

Walking through Ginkgo Allée on the eastern side of Olin Library after the leaves have fallen is an experience in itself. The leaves form a yellow-green carpet, turned golden in the sunlight, and crinkle gently with every step. On both flanks, the almost-centenarian ginkgo trees have lost their leaves, but not their majesty, and they stand tall, bare and proud. The scene is both serene and beautiful, but, even though the leaves fell just last Thursday night, Nov. 7, they’ll be gone before the month is out.

Caleb Liu | Contributing Writer

Pumpkins and pies: How to make it feel like fall even though it’s almost freezing

Sometimes it feels like there are two seasons in St. Louis: summer and winter. This is one of those times. With temperatures reaching the low 30s and snow constantly popping up in the forecast, it’s hard to remember that the season of pumpkins and knit sweaters is still upon us. Here are a few ways to remind yourself that it’s still fall, even if you need to wear a winter coat while doing them.

| Senior Scene Editor

Tyler’s Wardrobe Watch: Fall 2018 Fashion trends do’s and don’ts

With every new season comes a new set of fashion trends that get promoted on runways and by major fashion brands. For the fall/winter 2018, a few trends have really stuck out to me as being especially interesting. So, today I would like to over a couple of them, give my personal thoughts and explain how you can incorporate them into your day-to-day outfits.

Tyler Sabloff | Senior Editor

Comic: Trying to enjoy fall

Enjoying autumn despite the encroaching threats.

Henry Lin | Editorial Cartoonist

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