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April 21, 2017 - Marijuana has real potential for medicinal use              April 21, 2017 - The importance of understanding the fundamentals of genetics              April 21, 2017 - Public Health alums: Don’t dismiss EOH department              April 21, 2017 - Being a fan of multiple sports teams is OK              April 21, 2017 - Men drop final home match              April 21, 2017 - Women win fourth consecutive match              April 21, 2017 - SLU should increase access to contraception              April 21, 2017 - A St. Louis city-county reunion is due             

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  • Let Us Introduce You: Eric Eggemeyer

    Let Us Introduce You: Eric Eggemeyer

    Let us introduce you to Eric Eggemeyer. He is from Waterloo, Ill. and studies history and secondary education. Originally, Eggemeyer decided to attend SLU because his mom was an employee, but he grew to love the university because of the people. SLU is composed of people from a mixture of […]

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  • St. Louis water crisis rises to surface

    St. Louis water crisis rises to surface

    Audiences lined up outside the door on Wednesday night of April 5 in the Busch Student Center, eager to see Billikens for Clean Water’s Atlas presentation on St. Louis’ water crisis. This presentation covered the history of lead poisoning in the water of St. Louis, and how that interacts with […]

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  • SGA revives “Oath Week”

    SGA revives “Oath Week”

    On March 1, 2017, the SGA senate voted to “take back” the Oath, in response to its alleged misuse by university administration. In particular, the authors of the bill objected to its use in marketing materials and asked that non-student use of the Oath be subject to SGA approval. Forty […]

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  • SGA hosts open forum with school officials

    SGA hosts open forum with school officials

    On Wednesday, April 19, SGA held a Student Body Forum in the Center for Global Citizenship at 5 p.m., which involved questions regarding the budget, rising tuition costs and staff and administrator cuts, presented by SLU President Dr. Fred Pestello, University Provost Nancy Brickhouse and Chief Financial Officer David Heimburger. […]

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  • Chess named one of top four teams in nation

    Chess named one of top four teams in nation

    Students who have visited Morrissey Hall recently may have noticed the new space given to the chess team on the first floor. However, students may not know that SLU’s chess team, started only in 2015, has quickly risen the ranks to become a premier collegiate chess program. Recruiting from around […]

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