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  • Record season for women’s tennis comes to an end

    Record season for women’s tennis comes to an end

    The SLU men’s tennis team saw their season come to a close on April 14 with a 4-0 loss to George Mason in the Atlantic 10 Conference Championship. The Billikens started off from behind as they dropped the doubles point, losing at number one and number two doubles, 6-3, 6-2, […]

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  • Softball sweeps Saint Joseph’s at home

    Softball sweeps Saint Joseph’s at home

    The Saint Louis University softball team continued their Atlantic 10 conference schedule on April 23-24 when they hosted Saint Joseph’s. The Billikens grabbed a 1-0 lead in the fourth inning when junior Brittany Durant stole home as part of a double steal. The Billikens tacked on two more runs in […]

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  • ‘Importance of Being Earnest’: Witty, silly and downright true

    ‘Importance of Being Earnest’: Witty, silly and downright true

    Last Sunday, April 24, the University Theatre put on its last show of the Spring semester and the 2015-2016 season, and, boy, was it a good one: “The Importance of Being Earnest” by the incomparable Oscar Wilde. Making a mockery of stuffy etiquette, societal snobbery and the institution of marriage, […]

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  • Last Hurrah: Looking back … in endearment

    Last Hurrah: Looking back … in endearment

    “Think where man’s glory most begins and ends, And say my glory was that I had such friends.” (W.B. Yeats) Dear survivors of my classes … and U. Newsers, ad infinitum: Welcome to a metaphorical game of hide and seek, where the goal is to delve into and dig behind […]

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  • CSO groups grouse over SGA disbursement

    CSO groups grouse over SGA disbursement

    As student enrollment continues to slide and the number of Chartered Student Organizations (CSOs) steadily climbs, the mileage of the Student Activity Fee has become less and less. This trend has led to frustration with the activity fee, as well as the funding process, which the Student Government Association steers. […]

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