Starting below a v-shaped chimney (see photograph), climb up, then right to the base of a left facing dihedral with a big roof at half height. Belay. Go up and left towards a ledge, following the lowest of 3 left leaning cracks. Belay at the ledge. Again, follow the crack to the best belay available before encountering the right edge of a huge dihedral. Turn a small roof (crux) to get out of the dihedral, and follow a trough up and left to nice ledge on the other side of the pillar that may or may not have tat on a horn. Belay. Climb up the arete until it is possible to move back right onto the slab. This entire slab sounds hollow, so consider your pro carefully. Climb to a broad grassy ledge (known as University Avenue), and belay. Go up and left into a gulley, and climb the gulley to the summit. A belay is not really necessary for the traverse across University Avenue, but the exposure and loose turf may lead your second to demand it.