Pro-Palestine protest held outside Chancellor Martin’s house

About 25 pro-Palestine protesters gathered outside Washington University Chancellor Andrew Martin’s house on Forsyth Boulevard waving flags and chanting, May 2nd.

| Editor-In-Chief

‘Melancholy Play’ presents an insightful love letter to sadness

All Student Theatre’s (AST) production of “Melancholy Play,” which ran from Thursday, April 11 to Sunday, April 14, explored that feeling. In an exaggerated style that ranged from comedic to impactful, sometimes in such short succession that I got emotional whiplash, “Melancholy Play” showcased the beauty and necessity of sadness.

Isabella Neubauer | Senior Cadenza Editor

Editorial Cartoon: It’s raining, it’s pouring

Margaret Flatley | Student Life

Lynn Imergoot Invitational cut short by rain

For the second consecutive year, the Washington University men’s tennis team was unable to complete its first tournament of the season due to rain. Although the tournament, held this past weekend, is usually viewed as a warm-up for next weekend’s Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) Regional Championships in Michigan, it was the first time that the team had the chance to play this season.

| Sports Reporter

Heavy spring rain causes flooding in student storage

Last spring’s heavy rainfall disrupted Thurtene Carnival and put a damper in trips to class. It also had devastating consequences for some students who had stored with UTrucking, the student-owned and student-run storage business on the South 40. Returning students were in for a surprise.

| Contributing Reporter

Bears take 2 of 3 games in rain-shortened weekend

While games on Friday and Sunday were canceled, the Washington University baseball team managed to play a triple-header on Saturday against the University of Wisconsin-Platteville, taking two of the three meetings.

Out from under my umbrella (ella ella)

I realized the other day that I’ve gone through three umbrellas since I’ve been here at school, quite a change from home, where it rarely rains after May.

| Staff Columnist

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