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Adrian Grenier underwhelms in Graham Chapel

The crowd was thin to start, and even after Arian Grenier admitted to being single and open to a relationship, students continued to leave Graham Chapel, leaving only the first several rows occupied by the time he finished talking.

| News Editor

Adult stars answer questions about porn

“As St. Francis said, where there is hate f—, let there be love,” porn star Lance Hart declared, to the amusement of a crowd of students that filled Graham Chapel Friday evening. Hart and fellow adult film stars Tori Black and James Deen answered questions as a part of a Sex Week panel event, moderated […]

Manvitha Marni | Staff reporter

A doomsday bucket list

Friends of Forum, it’s been fun. If mistranslated Mayan calendars are to be believed, the End of Days is nigh. We’ve stockpiled canned foods and twinkies in the StudLife office, along with lead aprons from the med school radiology department and plenty of second amendment guaranteed hand-cannons to discourage zombie assaults.

CollegeHumor writer mocks Graham Chapel

The original CollegeHumor.com writer held nothing back in his comedy show Wednesday night at Graham Chapel, using the ironic venue as a supplement to his controversial act.

Russell Simmons draws lukewarm reaction

Clothing designer, hip-hop mogul and co-founder of Def Jam Records Russell Simmons will be coming to campus to speak for Fall South 40 Week. The event will take place in Graham Chapel on Oct. 25 at 7 p.m. as part of a week- long schedule of Congress of the South 40 programming. Tickets are free and open to the entire student body.

Chapel bells ring in new tune with alma mater; some chide at sound

There’s a new and unfamiliar sound of spring for students walking across campus or studying in Eads at noon: the school’s alma mater. Starting earlier this month, Graham Chapel rang out not its usual noon tune, but the school’s alma mater for its full two minutes every day. The song, which is German in origin, is rarely used on campus.

Challenge yourself to see ‘The Vagina Monologues’

If you’ve never seen “The Vagina Monologues,” go see them when they’re performed in Graham Chapel this weekend. If you’re planning on going: good. Keep reading if you want, but this column is mainly for those of you who haven’t yet made plans to go. Why don’t you want to go?

| Staff Columnist

Graham Chapel bells irk students

The Chapel bells are ringing, but there’s no wedding here. Since the beginning of the semester, the Graham Chapel bells have been sounding every 15 minutes, and students have taken notice. In the past few years, the bells have rung once an hour on the hour.

| Staff Reporter

Ghosthunters look for spirits on Danforth campus

On the evening before Halloween, a small group of Washington University students entered Graham Chapel armed with a few gadgets and their five senses. Their mission: determine if paranormal activity was present.

| Scene Reporter

Greek Life brings alumnus back to speak on diversity, tolerance

Marc Elliot, a 2008 Washington University graduate, will be speaking about tolerance and diversity in a speech at Graham Chapel tonight at 6 p.m.

| News Editor

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