On Oct. 5, Social Programming Board—with the help of Chancellor Martin—announced the Fall 2019 WILD artist, A$AP Ferg. If you’re like me, when you heard the name “A$AP Ferg,” you immediately thought of his 2017 hit song “Plain Jane” and that’s it. I’ve listened to a number of A$AP Ferg songs and have decided upon my favorites so that if you too are not the biggest A$AP Ferg fan but willing to learn, you can prepare for WILD.
Rapper A$AP Ferg will headline fall WILD, the Social Programming Board (SPB) announced at Chancellor Andrew Martin’s inauguration, Oct. 3.
Student Union Vice President of Programming junior Charlotte Pohl will serve as the new leader of Social Programming Board, effective Nov. 1, as a result of a constitutional amendment passed during the SU special election Sept. 17.
Student Union proposed a new structure for Social Programming Board at a joint session of SU Senate and Treasury, Sept. 3.
Fill this out and scream into the void, because T-Pain pulled out so years of WILD surveys apparently mean nothing. WILD responsibly!
The Student Programming Board (SPB) announced that T-Pain will be replaced by Roy Woods at WILD in an email sent to the student body Wednesday night.
An email sent out by the Student Programming Board (SPB) Wednesday night, April 24, revealed that T-Pain will no longer be headlining WILD. Instead, Canadian rapper and singer Roy Woods will headline. As the students across campus erupted in shock at the announcement heard around the University, I began to do some research: who is Roy Woods?
This past Thursday, April 4, comedian Ken Jeong, known for roles like Ben Chang on “Community” and Mr. Chow from the Hangover movies, came to Washington University for Social Programming Board’s Spring Comedy Show.
On April 1 in Tisch Commons, the Social Programming Board announced the 2019 spring WILD artist. In case the announcement was missed, the headliner is T-Pain. Whether you are the biggest T-Pain fan and want to listen to some classics before the concert or you have never listened to him before, here is the best song—in my opinion—from each of his albums, starting with his most recent.
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