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In St. Louis for Fall Break? We got you covered! 

As October 8 rapidly approaches, the question heard around campus these days becomes more urgent: “what are you doing for Fall Break?” If your answer is “hanging out in St. Louis,” boy, do we have some ideas for you! 

World Series predictions: Red Sox vs. Dodgers

The Student Life sports staff leans Red Sox four, Dodgers three––will that be the outcome of the Fall Classic as well?

Sports Staff

Put this on to put you out: Albums to listen to while you go to sleep

Are you struggling to close your eyes and let the sweet, sweet relief of sleep wash over you? Is your mind rushing and you need to clear your head? Try out putting on these albums to help you fall asleep.

Screaming into the void: What we want to replace Doughocracy on the Loop

With the closing of multiple eateries on the Loop, Scene Staff is in mourning.

Scene’s suggestions for what the chancellor should do before retiring

The Scene staff shares the top items on our bucket list of what Wrighton ought to do before retiring.

The Wash. U. student dictionary

Teaching Assistants are now called “Assistants to the Instructors.” In the same spirit, the Student Life editorial board has come up with our own names for a few of our favorite things on Danforth campus.

Our ideal big-little week

It’s that time of year again folks: sororities’ “big-little” weeks are upon us, as are the infinite amounts of baked goods, Facebook posts, cover photos, Snapchat videos and whatever else you can think of that comes with this beloved tradition. Since many of us at Forum will have to miss out on this process, we thought it would be nice to write about our own ideal “big-little” week.

Forum Staff

Quick and easy: Recipes for the hopeless cook

Are your parents disappointed in your utter lack of culinary competence? Are you prone to setting small grease fires? If so, check out these easy recipes for a fulfilling meal.

Movies to catch up on from break

Over Cadenza’s month and a half hiatus, there has been an excess of film releases. As the student body gets back into the swing of the semester, we know it’s hard to find time to squeeze in all of them.

Last week tire you out? Our tips for de-stressing post-election

While it’s crucial for us to become active in movements to, you know, prevent a literal dystopia, it’s also necessary to recognize when you need to unplug. Here are Scene’s favorite ways of practicing self-care.

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