WashU ALAS puts on 25th Annual Carnaval 

For the past several months, Washington University’s Association of Latin American Students (ALAS), has been preparing for its Carnaval celebration. Under two talented directors, a cast of dedicated performers, and the expertise of Edison Theatre’s production crew, the 25th anniversary of this show does not disappoint.

| Staff Writer

SoulCycle, Hasan Minhaj, and evangelical Christians: WashU hosts three lectures on religious parody

Washington University’s John C. Danforth Center on Religion and Politics hosted its third event in the four-part series “Reverent Irreverence: Parody, Religion and Contemporary Politics,” featuring a panel of academics whose work centers on the intersection between comedy and spirituality, Feb. 29.

| Staff Writer

LNYF emerges into new year, celebrating what is yet to come

Explored through energetic dance performances and a moving skit, the theme of finding belonging was the major theme that tied LNYF together.

| Senior Cadenza Editor

Back to Diwali: 30-year anniversary brings energy to WU community

Diwali, presented by Ashoka, celebrated its 30th anniversary this weekend with dancing, theatrics and music. This year’s performance marks decades of bringing a spectacle of sound, color and, most importantly, light to the Edison Theatre.

Lydia McKelvie | Staff Writer

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