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  • Twilight downtime: Two students eat ice cream on one of campus’s signature blue hammocks. Students have supplemented the hammock shortage with a portable alternative. Courtesy Michelle Peltier

    It don’t mean a thing if it ain’t got that swing

    When provided with blue skies, sunshine and warm temperatures, campus becomes populated by a recently common, albeit strange, sight. Like clusters of human pupae in fabric cocoons, students sit, sway and sleep in lightweight, portable hammocks suspended between trees. This phenomenon in students’ engagement with their campus comes as a […]

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  • Off the ice, Kwan strives to level playing field

    Off the ice, Kwan strives to level playing field

    Decorated Olympian now wields diplomatic clout Most Americans know Michelle Kwan as the most decorated figure skater to represent the United States during the 1998 and 2002 Winter Olympics. In addition to her accomplishments at the Olympics, Kwan is also a five-time World champion skater and nine-time U.S. champion skater. […]

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  • SLU student by day, lead singer by night

    SLU student by day, lead singer by night

    In today’s world, if you are able to land your dream job or discover a job that you love so much it’s not considered work — you are one of the lucky few. SLU senior Ian Thompson was fortunate enough to find his calling, as a musician/ singer/ songwriter, during […]

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  • Softball wins fourth straight

    Softball wins fourth straight

    This past weekend, the Billiken softball squad brought home a clean sweep from Philadelphia against St. Joseph in three conference games.  Blazing through the  Atlantic-10 Conference rankings, the Bills hushed the Hawks 7-1, 11-1, and a final nerve-wracking win, 6-5, to conclude the series. The Billikens started out strong in […]

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  • Relay for Life: An exercise in resilience

    Relay for Life: An exercise in resilience

    Fundraising for cancer research, 12 years in the making On Saturday, April 18, members of the SLU community gathered on the track at Hermann Stadium for the American Cancer Society’s Relay For Life. In Relay’s 12th year of raising money and awareness for the fight against cancer at SLU, the […]

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