Audio Slideshows

Sights and Sounds from ThurtenE

Senior Multimedia Editor Jared Adelman and Managing Scene Editor Olivia Poolos interviewed various attendees and booth operators at this past weekend’s ThurtenE Carnival. Here are some of our favorite clips from Saturday. Accompanying photos from Zoe Oppenheimer. 

, and | Senior Multimedia Editor, Managing Scene Editor, Junior Photo Editor

Inaugural WU Spring Invitational

The No. 2 Washington University women’s golf team hosted a tournament for the first time in its history and walked away tied for first.

Senior Class trip to Chicago, 2010

Hundreds of Washington University seniors traveled to Chicago over Fall Break for their class trip. Students explored the city visiting landmarks such as the Bean and viewed the skyline from a cruise on Lake Michigan. The trip served as a chance to solidify friendships that began on freshman floors and create new relationships for the year.

Candlelit vigil in remembrance of gay students

Students gathered Thursday night, October 21, for the Vigil of Awakening in remembrance of the recent suicides of students who had been targeted for being gay and in support of all the LGBTQIA youth who have been bullied. Members of the LGBT community and a large number of allies attended the vigil, as well as several community members.

| Senior News Editor

AUDIO SLIDESHOW: National Champs!

On March 20, 2010, the women’s basketball team defeated Hope College to win the NCAA Division III Championship. Here’s an audio slideshow compiling the sites and sounds from the championship game.

| Student Life Staff

AUDIO SLIDESHOW: Women’s soccer championship

AUDIO SLIDESHOW: Volleyball Championship

Volleyball comes from behind to clinch NCAA title

Volleyball captures tenth national title in program history with a 3-1 victory over No. 1 Juniata College. Sophomore Lauren Budde was named the Most Outstanding Player.

| Sports Reporter

Volleyball makes Elite Eight

In a weekend full of individual successes and milestones, there was one true winner in the Washington University women’s volleyball team: the team itself.

| Student Life Staff

SOUNDSLIDES: College Dems participate in health-care debate

Kat Berger, president of the College Democrats, talked with Senior News Editor Kat Zhao Tuesday night while chalking up sidewalks around Wash. U. with health-care. She spoke with Student Life about the group’s motivations for stepping into the national health-care debate.

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