First Distance Carnival held by WashU since the beginning of the pandemic.
The Failure Friends (attempt to) draw their peers outside of the Danforth University Center
It goes without saying that online video currently dominates the climate of technology.With the advent of YouTube and other sites that allow for user-generated video and media, we have morphed from the Information Age of computing to the Media Age. Along with this change, of course, comes a great struggle to control—and profit from—these various avenues.
Reggae musician and Hasidic Jew Matisyahu spoke in Graham Chapel this Thursday, March 18th. He interspersed an unscripted question and answer session with acoustic performances of a number of songs, accompanied on guitar by Wash. U. alumnus Adam Weinberg.
Managing Editor Dennis Sweeney interviewed students the week of Valentine’s Day to gather their predictions for the results of the 2010 Student Life sex survey.
Student Life reporter Perry Stein asked five students questions about the last decade.
httpvhd://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tvmJ8Cj2-Xo Junior Jeremy Perkins and almunus Thom Wall ’09, members of the Washington University National Prestigious Society of Collegiate Jugglers, provide instruction on how to juggle. The group hosted a juggling showcase on Friday and Saturday featuring juggles from as far as Sweden and Las Vegas. Watch the video above for a Student Life exclusive.
Check out the resolution on the new iPod’s videocamera function and hear other thoughts about it from reviewer Dennis Sweeney.
The lineup for this fall’s W.I.L.D. was announced Thursday at Happy Hour in Bowles Plaza. The announcing-festivities included an ice cream truck parked outside the DUC. Method Man and Redman will be the main act, with opening sets by Passion Pit and K’naan.
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