Students React to Indoor Spring WILD

After Washington University’s spring 2024 Walk In Lay Down (WILD) was held at diminished capacity in the Athletic Complex (AC) instead of on Mudd Field on April 26, a Student Life poll found that the majority of students surveyed had a relatively positive experience of the event, despite preferring it being held outdoors in the future.

| Special Issues Editor

WILD undergraduate attendance capped at 3,000

Washington University’s Spring WILD (Walk In, Lay Down) attendance has been capped at 3,000 for undergraduates, following an announcement that it will be held in the Athletic Center’s Fieldhouse.

| Investigative News Editor

WILD Do’s and Don’ts

WILD is just around the corner, and we are all super excited. Ahead of the big event, I wanted to clarify some concert norms and guidelines.

| Staff Writer

WILD moved indoors to Athletic Complex

Washington University’s spring Walk In Lay Down (WILD) will take place in the Athletic Complex (AC) instead of Mudd Field, a decision announced to students via email, April 23. 

and | Investigative News Editor and Managing News Editor

Joey Bada$$ set to headline Spring WILD 

Rapper Joey Bada$$ will be the headlining act at Spring WILD, which will take place on Mudd Field on Friday, April 26, per Washington University’s Social Programming Board (SPB), April 22.

| Managing News Editor

SU Treasury joint session with SU Senate approves general budget and significantly increases funding for WILD

Student Union Treasury unanimously approved the $4.6 million general budget allocating the 2024-2025 Student Activities Fee, which is almost 9% more than last year, Feb. 20.

| Staff Writer

Wait, what’s NAP? A student review of SPB’s Night at the Pageant 

I first heard about NAP on Oct. 27, the Friday morning before Halloween, when the SPB mysteriously appeared in my inbox. It was an email titled “SPB Presents a Night at the Pageant: NAP!” 

| Contributing Writer

Fall WILD, reinvented: Students react to the Night at the Pageant

For the first time in Washington University’s history, the Student Programming Board’s (SPB) fall concert was held at the Pageant on the Delmar Loop instead of on campus, Nov. 9. A majority of students surveyed considered the concert, rebranded from Fall WILD to Night at the Pageant (NAP), to be an overall success.

| Managing News Editor

Staff Editorial: COVID cost campus its storied traditions. What do we do now?

What has to happen to restore campus spirit? In short, a collaboration between the administration and student organizations.

Saint Motel headlining rebranded fall WILD, held off campus for the first time

Washington University’s Social Programming Board (SPB) announced Saint Motel as the headliner for this semester’s fall WILD, which has been rebranded as the Night at the Pageant. The event will be on Thursday Nov. 9th, at the Pageant, off campus for the first time since the event’s origin in 1973.

| Managing News Editor

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