Issue 12.4

WUnderground Through the Ages


We were too lazy to come up with another new article for this issue, so here’s some of our best work from the last few millennia of WUnderground.   June 3rd, 1453 – Study abroad in Constantinople canceled after city sieged “Our big concern is that credits earned under the ...

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An Open Letter to Chancellor Wrighton


Dear Chancellor Wrighton,   On behalf of everyone here at WUnderground, we would like to apologize. We’ve been harsh to you over the years, unfairly so, and it’s time to right our wrongs. Though WUnderground is Wash U’s premier [only] satirical newspaper, there is a line when it comes to ...

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WUnderground Reviews 12.4

Review of the Best St. Louis Ribs, by a Starving African Child     Salt & Smoke: 2 out of 5 “The only advantage of Salt & Smoke it is that it’s only a 20 minute walk from the South 40. The rub was certainly unique—it was overloaded with brown ...

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Religious Scholars Debate Controversial New Text

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Bringing together scholars of various faiths, religious leaders met at the Vatican last weekend to discuss a recently uncovered and highly controversial new text. The text was received by Umar ibn Qaboos, a Hanifi Islamic scholar from Oman. Sent from a girl named Emily, a companion of Qaboos’, the text ...

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