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‘We just want to keep people engaged’: Student groups adjust to coronavirus cancellations

With the shutdown of campus due to coronavirus, Washington University student groups have had to cancel programming and figure out how to move forward with their organizations in an off campus capacity.

| Senior Editor

Spring student group budgets released amid rising demands

Student Union released their student group budgets for the spring semester on Nov. 11, allocating 66.9% of requested funds.

| Senior News Editor

KWUR Week 2019 brings lineup of free music to campus

For the last 27 years, KWUR has tried to reflect the diverse musical interests of the Wash. U. campus community.

Isabella Neubauer | Staff Writer

Student groups face new challenges due to SU budget cuts

After Student Union cut over $550,000 in funding requests from the budget, students groups must adjust their budgets for the upcoming year.

Curran Neenan | News Editor

Mothers brings waves of music to Graham Chapel stage

While usually reserved for speakers and comics, indie rock band Mothers came to Graham Chapel this past Tuesday to kick off KWUR Week 2018.

KWUR week sees increased budget, headliner Anderson .Paak

The 24th annual KWUR week will feature performances from a variety of musical genres, ranging from experimental to classical music.

| Contributing Reporter

KWUR Week draws talent

The 21st annual KWUR week running through the coming weekend features a number of upcoming artists never before seen at the University or in the greater St. Louis area. The festival was set to begin last Sunday, March 24 with a local showcase, but the showcase was postponed to April due to inclement weather.

| Contributing Reporter

KWUR Week performers garner local media attention

Indie rock band The Mountain Goats will be headlining at the Gargoyle on Saturday for the 20th anniversary of KWUR Week. KWUR Week is a weeklong event in which the historic community-run radio station brings in musical artists from different genres who have never been to St. Louis before to perform on campus.

KWUR appealing for funding to replace decades-old equipment

KWUR may not have come off the air, but its transmitter was functioning at below 10 percent of its original capacity last week when the group hired engineers from the Society of Broadcast Engineers to check up on its equipment. “They laughed when they saw our transmitter,” senior Robert Ling III, treasurer of KWUR, said.

| News Editor

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