Barry Bonds has been the face of baseball now for five years. With a record-breaking 73 home runs in 2001, a record-shattering 232 walks in 2004 and four straight MVP awards, Bonds’ resumâ€š in the 21st century speaks for itself.
Photo recap of this year in sports.
Karl Improv and Rachel Tepper take on April Welcome.
Finals are fast approaching and students are flocking to the library. It will be days before some of them see genuine sunlight.
Walk in Lay Down (WILD) has almost arrived. The Saturday concert, featuring Ben Folds, Matt Nathanson and Duncan Sheik, has expanded to boast two full days of entertainment.
About 120 Washington University students are still without housing assignments as of yesterday, down from more than 200 after the end of the second round lottery.
In preparation for the new University Center’s opening in 2009, Student Union has set aside $30,000 in funds from next year’s Student Activities Fee.
While many fraternities and sororities vied for the coveted Burmeister Cup, members of Sigma Phi Epsilon and Alpha Phi achieved a different goal: charity.
Advertised as “Wash. U.’s biggest, most unpredictable party,” this year’s Art Prom lived up to its billing, but not as organizers intended.
In case you thought all the debate over abortion was limited to StudLife, you’re wrong.