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Some frustrated with SU funding ahead of elections

Students expressed frustrations with Student Union’s allocation of funding ahead of fall elections this week, though Wednesday’s resolution of a miscommunication alleviated some concerns regarding Treasury’s Nov. 9 decision to reallocate fall WILD funding for the spring.

| Senior News Editor

Fall WILD canceled as SPB looks to host in-person spring concert

SPB will attempt to use the money that would have been used for the fall concert to fund the spring event instead.

| Managing Editor

SU candidates discuss platforms, answer questions from WU community at forum

The forum, which took place one week before SU elections on March 30, covered topics ranging from accountability and transparency to the role of WUPD and Greek Life on campus.

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Television just can’t replace live entertainment, and the pandemic proved it

Watching TV isn’t a true substitute for live entertainment, and I’ve found myself missing that more and more.

| Senior Cadenza Editor

Not so WILD: End of semester concert cancelled

One of the many things cancelled due to the closure of campus is WILD.

| Senior Cadenza Editor

SPB to split next year’s WILD budget in search of bigger talent

In a move aimed at bringing a more famous headliner to campus, Student Union’s Social Programming Board will differentiate funding for WILD between the two semesters, producing one “small WILD” and one “big WILD” during the 2020-2021 academic year.

| Senior Editor

Staff Editorial: Shifting WILD structure means higher funding, higher hopes

We are open to and inviting of this change, however, we hope to see that having one big artist is worthwhile.

WU sophomore Gosha Guppy delivers exhilarating WILD performance

When Washington University sophomore Zach Bernagene, known by his stage name Gosha Guppy, stepped onto the Brookings Quadrangle stage to begin his WILD set, the excitement was palpable. Though he was the first performer of the night, students were already packed into the front row to support him, and their energy was electric.

| Staff Writer

WILD Bingo

Fill this out and scream into the void, because apparently WILD is tomorrow and everyone but you knew. WILD responsibly!

and | Senior Cadenza Editors

A$AP Ferg for the uninitiated: more than ‘Plain Jane’

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.

| Senior Cadenza Editor

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