Hot seams: Fall fashion’s big five

Okay ladies, school is just around the corner and fall fashion is already underway. It’s finally time to put our knowledge of the fall fashion shows to good use and open up those thick September issues in an effort to fill our closets with the latest trends and this season’s staple pieces. Too busy setting up your dorm rooms and apartments to pick up a magazine? Don’t fret; consider this your cheat sheet.

Incoming freshmen athletes to make immediate impact

Freshmen athletes have always found ways to make names for themselves at Wash. U., and this year looks to be no exception.

| Sports Editor

Loop trolley project receives $25 million federal grant

Supporters of the Loop trolley project were ecstatic this July to learn that their dream of constructing a 2.2 mile trolley line on the Delmar Loop is coming closer to fruition, thanks to a $24.99 million grant from the U.S. Department of Transportation.

| Contributing Reporter

Back on the mound after Tommy John surgery

For one Washington University pitcher, junior Bryce Hrovat, recovery from Tommy John’s surgery has been a long and painful process.

| Senior Sports Editor

DJ Digital Logic

Digital Logic, otherwise known as Jeremy Klein, out-dueled the other finalists earlier this month to win the first ever WU DJ Battle, earning him a chance to DJ at W.I.L.D. along with DJ Keeno.

| Music Editor

An open letter to Secretary Chu

Dear Secretary Chu: We at Washington University in St. Louis are excited that you will be visiting our University to deliver the 2010 Commencement address. The graduating class you will address is, like the larger student body, deeply concerned by the challenge climate change poses to this, and future generations. We sincerely admire your leadership and commitment to addressing this threat, and it is our hope that you will inspire us in our search for solutions to the gravest problem of our time.

Todd Zimmer, Jenny Marienau, Kady McFadden, Melissa Legge, William Fischer, Fernando Cutz, Chase Sackett & Jeff Nelson

Seniors recognized during wet and wild Saturday

For the seniors of Washington University’s softball team, the curse was reversed…kind of. Saturday’s Senior Day was supposed to be a doubleheader against Missouri Baptist University, but the second game was washed out. However, before the rain turned into a torrent, the Lady Bears picked up a 2-1 eight-inning victory, winning by the ‘silliest of reasons’ according to Fieser.

| Sports Reporter

Summer Movies

The summer movie season is nearing the starting line, and it’s raring to go. Some people think that it’s more important to highlight summer’s TV shows, but rest assured, they are wrong.

Summer TV

Summer’s coming up pretty soon, and sure, there are some really awesome movies and trips to the beach in store as well. But as awesome as all those experiences will be, they all require expendable cash. Unfortunately, that’s not always available. Luckily, there’s always TV, which merely requires you to press a button.

Speech by owner of MLB’s Angels helps sports management club get off ground

Arte Moreno, owner of the the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim, spoke to members of the Olin Sports Management Organization this past Thursday. Moreno is the highest profile guest of the club, which looks to help Wash. U. students land jobs in the sports industry.

| Sports Editor