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February 27, 2015 - Let Us Introduce You: Summer Albarcha              February 27, 2015 - Selma March: 50 years later, remembering the role of student activism for civil rights              February 27, 2015 - Center for Global Citizenship hosts live debate between SLU, Afghan students              February 27, 2015 - Billikens After Dark: New leadership seeks growth              February 27, 2015 - ‘Smoke + Mirrors’ leaves a lot to the imagination              February 27, 2015 - X Ambassadors outshine the lights              February 27, 2015 - Father John Misty album not meant for church              February 27, 2015 - Men end four-game losing streak             

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  • An artist's rendering of SLU LAW

    Thin Blue Line: Tensions over law school speech

    On Feb. 20, the student-led SLU Public Law Review hosted its annual symposium,  a topic of “great local interest,” according to law school dean Mike Wolff. The topic of this year’s symposium was “Policing Post-Ferguson,” and it contentiously included St. Louis County Prosecuting Attorney Robert McCulloch as its opening presenter. […]

  • BSA hosts Dr. Marc Lamont Hill

    BSA hosts Dr. Marc Lamont Hill

    Hill: Professor on the state of the black community, how Americans address poverty and social issues On Wednesday, Feb. 25, as part of SLU’s recognition of Black History Month, the Black Student Alliance, in collaboration with the Great Issues Committee and the Cross Cultural Center, hosted speaker Dr. Marc Lamont […]

  • A-10 meet for swimming

    A-10 meet for swimming

    McCoy tops podium, twice Saint Louis University’s swimming and diving team wrapped up its season with the 2015 Atlantic-10 Conference Swimming and Diving Championships that began on Wednesday, Feb. 18, and ended on Saturday, Feb. 21. The men’s team finished in fifth place, earning 419 points, while the women’s team […]

  • A-10 meet for track

    A-10 meet for track

    Feb. 21 and 22 saw the Billiken men’s and women’s track and field teams competing in Rhode Island for the Atlantic 10’s indoor track conference meet. The women’s team placed ninth out of the 13 teams competing, with 39 points, and the men’s team placed eighth out of nine, with […]

  • Lots of laughs for ‘Rumors’ on first night

    Lots of laughs for ‘Rumors’ on first night

    SLU production pokes fun at wealthy elite On Feb. 20 and 21, the University Theatre debuted its newest show, “Rumors,” with shows at 8 p.m. on both Friday and Saturday nights. The play, written by famous American playwright Neil Simon, occurs during a dinner party for well-to-do couples in New […]