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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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  • Survivor: Ben Fainer, who worked in a Nazi labor camp during his childhood, was invited to speak at SLU by the university’s Jewish Student Association. His mother and his siblings were sent to Auschwitz when he was nine. Ryan Quinn / Photo Editor

    From internment to independence: Holocaust survivor, ‘silent for sixty years,’ speaks

    On Monday, April 20, the Jewish Student Association invited SLU students and faculty to the Center for Global Citizenship to hear from Ben Fainer, a Holocaust survivor. Born in Poland, Fainer was only nine years old when the Nazis uprooted him and his family.   Fainer and his father were […]

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  • Talking transgender rights, experience

    Talking transgender rights, experience

    Atlas Week event zeroes in on the ‘T’ in LGBT As a part of the rich diversity that is Atlas Week at SLU, Monday, April 13, provided an opportunity for students to hear the stories of a demographic often not fully represented in the discussions on oppressed groups and social […]

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  • Wage woes: Addressing adjunct compensation

    Wage woes: Addressing adjunct compensation

    Rally held at SLU and Wash U, petition delivered to administration   On Wednesday, April 15, workers and supporters from the St. Louis area gathered at Washington University for the “Fight for 15” rally, which sought to inform and seek change for low wageworkers. The rally was in conjunction with […]

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  • Baseball 2-for-3 in series vs. La Salle

    Baseball 2-for-3 in series vs. La Salle

    Clay Smith earns second-most wins in SLU history The Billikens returned to the Billiken Sports Complex to play La Salle in a three-game series from April 10-12. On Friday, April 10, SLU and La Salle exchanged runs throughout the game, which resulted in a 6-6 tie heading into the ninth […]

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