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  • Guitar Gyro

    Guitar Gyro

    Greek restaurant rocks on The week of Feb. 13, I discovered something that we do not have a lot of near the SLU campus, especially after Diablitos closed—an ethnic restaurant. Yiro Gyro, a Greek-Mediterranean restaurant, boasts a flavorful menu true to Greek culture and is conveniently placed right off the […]

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  • Diablitos closes early due to ‘vandalism’

    Diablitos closes early due to ‘vandalism’

    On Saturday, Feb. 11, patrons of Diablitos Cantina were welcomed by a boarded-up door and a brightly typed sign, reminiscent of the inside decor, stating that the restaurant would be closing permanently due to vandalism. The closing of Diablitos Cantina had been announced earlier this month but it was originally […]

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  • Let Us Introduce You: Luke Wilson

    Let Us Introduce You: Luke Wilson

    Luke Wilson is a freshman at Saint Louis University currently studying Flight Science. Wilson was born in Galesburg, Illinois (Carl Sandburg, a prolific poet was also born there). Later, he moved to Toulon, Illinois where he has a farm. Toulon is about 160 miles southwest of Chicago. Wilson and his […]

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  • Student leaving SLU spends $410 in Flex buying cookies for strangers

    Student leaving SLU spends $410 in Flex buying cookies for strangers

    What would you do if you had only one last day in college? For freshman Christopher Toalson, the answer was to go out with a bang. After deciding over the weekend that perhaps college wasn’t for him, Toalson withdrew from his classes at SLU on Monday. However, he quickly realized […]

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  • SGA elections begin to heat up

    SGA elections begin to heat up

    Debate set for Monday in four-way presidential race Rita Passaglia Rita is looking forward to the election process ahead and the exciting things to come for SLU SGA. The upcoming year will be crucial for rallying students to come together and tackle the challenges and opportunities that the year will […]

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