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September 19, 2014 - Bicentennial Strategic Planning: Preparing SLU for the next two centuries              September 19, 2014 - Job action: VERP revisited              September 19, 2014 - Fishy business: Micah’s tilapia              September 19, 2014 - A language by any other name…              September 19, 2014 - Flying in the city: Balloons over Forest Park              September 19, 2014 - Let Us Introduce You: Claire Gilbert              September 18, 2014 - Sweet dreams from SLUMA              September 18, 2014 - ‘Boyhood’ takes time with film             

Featured News

  • Jessica Park / Illustrator

    Forecast: Cloudy with a chance of hacking?

    ITS Department talks security, password safety Facebook, Gmail, Twitter, the iCloud, computers, cell phones, and even the mySLU portal are all tools common among SLU students for work and for recreation. Many users automatically type in their username and password, and are immediately led to the application or device of […]

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  • Dining: Aramark has yet to open some venues on campus, including in the BSC.
Ryan Quinn / Photo Editor

    Aramark: First impressions vary

    This semester has seen Aramark replace Chartwells as the dining services provider for Saint Louis University. The change has brought in many new dining locations such as Einstein Bros. Bagels, Panda Express and the new Billiken Club, as well as changes in the way meal swipes work and the variety […]

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  • An intellectual escape

    An intellectual escape

    Prison is rarely seen as a place of higher education. Instead it’s often thought of as a place of struggle and violence. Yet at Eastern Reception, Diagnostic and Correctional Center (ERDCC), a prison situated an hour south of St. Louis on the outskirts of Bonne Terre Missouri, a community has […]

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  • Con Man: Frank Abagnale recounting the lessons he learned as a young man.
Wolf Howard / News Editor

    The true tale of Frank Abagnale

    On Tuesday evening, Saint Louis University students listened to one of the world’s most famous con artists recount his story of regret and redemption. Hosted by the Great Issues Committee, guest speaker Frank Abagnale spoke to students on his past life as a criminal and his journey towards finding fulfillment […]

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  • Oppression Monopoly: Students play Monopoly with a twist as part of Oath Week.
Wolf Howard / Photo Editor

    DLC promotes awareness, Oath Week

    Student group aims to expand influence on campus This week marked an important time for Saint Louis University’s Diversity Leadership Cabinet (DLC) as the student organization hosted its second annual Oath Week. The week offered the group an opportunity to promote its purpose as well as to raise the community’s […]

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