Ever wondered what living in a jungle is like? George has lived in Africa all his life and he’s wondered that too- so he came to America to find out. Join him on his whirlwind adventure as he discovers the Kenyan jungle (Kenya is a country in Africa. Who knew?) in America.
Featuring interviews with the 2016 Student Body Presidential Candidates: Mike Holtz, Demetrios Kavadas, and Kenneth Sng. Don’t forget to vote!
Set Designer and Professor Robert Mark Morgan gave us the inside scoop on his set design for Elephant’s Graveyard.
The Suitemates are back in an all new adventure! The Suite gets thrown into turmoil when Claire gets into Brittani’s sorority. Meanwhile, Morgan drags Shadow along to collect a Craigslist package, much to Shadow’s chagrin.
Dr. Nicole Aldrich gives us a glimpse into the music department’s choirs at Washington University in St. Louis.
On our most dramatic episode of the Real Suitemates yet, tensions run high as Claire enlists the help of the suite to prepare for a bake sale. But, Shadow has her own plans for how to dispense some much needed love and friendship. Meanwhile, Brittani struggles to find love and Morgan struggles to put… Read more »
Give thanks to WashU’s dining service members Thanks to WUSTL Dining Services and Bon Appetit for collaborating on the WashU News Dining Services Appreciation Special.
Emma Quirk-Durben goes behind-the-scenes of the Performing Arts Department show.
Seamus Finnegan takes us behind the scenes of a Washington University football practice.
We have a winner! Apocalypse Film Festival ends with a bang.
We had a great time hosting the Apocalypse Film Festival this fall. You can see all the entries here. Our winning film is called “Perspective” and gives a humorous take on our theme. Congrats to all entrants!
EXCLUSIVE: WUTV interviews RJ Mitte
As part of CS40’s speaker series, RJ Mitte, costar of AMC’s hit drama Breaking Bad, was on campus last week. WUTV got an exclusive interview with him. Check it out below!
In this new short from CrossCut Productions, four friends try to decide where they want to eat but things escalate a bit too quickly…
WUTV puts student groups “In the Spotlight”
Okay, we know WUTV is the ~coolest~ and **hippest** club on campus, but there are some other pretty awesome groups that do pretty awesome stuff on a pretty regular (awesome) basis. Check out The Burning Kumquat in the pilot of this series, which we call “In the Spotlight.” If you have a club that would like… Read more »
WUTV Presents: Apocalypse
Here’s a teaser trailer for our upcoming film festival, “Apocalypse.” If you’re interested in participating, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or come to our Festival Kickoff meeting on Thursday, October 23, at 6pm in the Harvey Media Center, on the third floor of the DUC. Screening: 5pm, Friday, November 7, in Brown 100. First prize: $100 Second… Read more »
WUTV Microfilm, Round Two!
Last weekend, WUTV members made their second microfilm! New members were involved in all aspects of the production and took turns performing various tasks including directing, cinematography, writing, and acting! WUTV’s general manager from last year, Sohrab Golestani, returned to star in the film, playing a mime artist. Check out the video here:
Night at the Museum!
Last week, WUTV went to the St. Louis City Museum for a night of fun-filled games and activities with new WashU freshman. Games included: Eighth-Gallon Challenge – Can you chug a pint of milk in a minute? GoHAM – Can you fit an entire box of ham in your mouth? Cupcake Challenge: Eat a whole cupcake… Read more »
First GBM, First Microfilm
This year, WUTV’s taking major action toward accomplishing our goals as an organization: first, to create content; second, to provide a training ground for those interested in audiovisual media and communications. As such, the last meeting of every month this semester will take the form of a microfilm shoot. For August, this meant our very… Read more »
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Check out our 2014 co-productions!
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