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Wash. U. parties are in need of a song switch

Simply put, we as humans quickly bore of the same simple melodies and lyrics.

Joshua Shapiro | Contributing Writer

Spring has sprung: Events to ring in the new season

Despite what it might feel like outside, it officially became spring in St. Louis almost two weeks ago.

| Managing Editor

Zach Moskow: Magician, entrepreneur, party king

I met Zach Moskow, founder of the local event promotion business called Premier STL, in Bauer Hall on a Monday afternoon. He came from class, introduced himself, shook my hand and we talked for around half an hour.

| Senior Scene Editor

Editorial Cartoon: Greek Party

Sophia Brown | Student Life

We like to party

Winter is truly here. The sidewalks and stairs are starting to become icy at night. Fraternity rush will keep those meccas of partying closed until after bids.

| Scene Reporter

Rock the Row party-free this year

The night of Rock the Row was unusually quiet this year. Interfraternity Council (IFC) advised the fraternities not to hold any evening events after Rock the Row on Monday. The annual event marks the opening of Greek Life on campus to new students.

| News Editors

Best annual party

Though they may spend the vast majority of their time tucked away in studio, art school kids sure know how to throw a party. Every year in April, Art Prom hits the Wash. U. scene as a fantastic “last hurrah” before the finals hibernation period.

The Haps: Are you ready for some football?

It’s that time of year again: time for million-dollar commercials, hyped-up halftime shows and some good ol’ American football. The Super Bowl, for those who don’t already know, is at 5:30 p.m. on Sunday on CBS. The teams fighting for glory this year are the Indianapolis Colts and the New Orleans Saints, with The Who performing during halftime.

| Scene Events Columnist

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