Lululemon might sound like the overpriced lemonade stand at your local fair or a failed “30 Rock” joke, but for those who aren’t familiar, the world-class brand of paper-thin nylon-Lycra-brand-spandex blend is taking the fashion world by storm.
Back during the 2012 NFL officials’ lockout, several of the replacement referees that the league used were from lower levels of football, such as NCAA Division III.
In light of the recent success of the Congress of the South 40’s shift to move outdoor concerts indoors, Social Programming Board has decided to move spring W.I.L.D. to the Danforth University Center Fun Room. Tickets will be allotted to the most intoxicated and most obstinate freshmen in line, with additional tickets awarded for stealing the IDs of other students.
Controversy erupted over the weekend when a statistics student published his prediction that all Washington University fraternities would be suspended by May 2015.
St. Louis’s most famous bears were bonded last week in a monumental union. A press conference at World Bearquarters in St. Louis announced the new partnership between the Washington University soccer teams and Build-A-Bear Workshop. “When people think bears in St.
Washington University’s highly ranked volleyball program has been placed on probation and faces severe penalties after it was discovered that the team had been putting bounties on opposing players, according to a report released by the University Athletic Association Friday.
When Wash. U. students tune in to the newest season of “Top Chef” this fall, they might be surprised to see a familiar face onscreen. Bravo announced the newest batch of competitors for the show’s 11th season on Saturday, and among the competing chefs is Wash. U. Dining Services’ very own Catherine Jackson. Jackson splits her time between Ursa’s and the ¡OSO Good!
As an additional benefit of hosting this year’s Clinton Global Initiative University Conference, CGI U organizers have announced that Clinton and his representatives will be individually assessing and selecting students to intern with the organization over the summer. The internships will be unpaid but include benefits.
Though Selection Sunday normally has no meaning on the Washington University campus (unless Selection Sunday applies to how many times you will hit the snooze button on your alarm clock or how many wristbands you’ll steal for more Bear’s Den brunch), a hubbub ensued after three pre-medical school students discovered that a university in St.