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  • A continental combination: Manta finds passion in soccer and startup

    A continental combination: Manta finds passion in soccer and startup

    While growing up in Chandler, Arizona, the quintessentially American sports of baseball and football never particularly interested junior soccer midfielder Luis Manta. His Uruguayan heritage and his parents, who grew up outside of the United States, led him to a more internationally popular sport- soccer. For as long as he […]

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  • Notre Dame neutered: SLU wins men’s cross country title

    Notre Dame neutered: SLU wins men’s cross country title

    The men’s and women’s cross country teams showcased their promising potential for the season at the National Catholic Championship on Sept. 16 at the University of Notre Dame. The men captured the title for the first time in school history and the women earned a respectable fourth place finish. Six […]

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  • Jones: Back and better

    Jones: Back and better

    Romantic comedies, or “rom-coms” as we usually refer to them, often get a bad rep. Why? Well, mainly because they consist of cheesy, predictable scripts with beautiful, modelesque women running off into the sunset with beautiful modelesque men. We laugh and roll our eyes at these films because they are […]

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  • Let Us Introduce You: Kelly Herbolich

    Let Us Introduce You: Kelly Herbolich

    Kelly Herbolich is the program director of Academic Support for Student Development at Saint Louis University. This week, we sat down and talked to her about her life and job at SLU. Where did you grow up? Lexington, Kentucky. GO UK!!! Where did you go to college? What degrees do […]

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  • Former professor wins suit against SLU

    Former professor wins suit against SLU

    In the past week, Cornelia Horn, a former assistant professor in SLU’s theology department, won a $367,000 sex discrimination suit against the University. Horn, who taught at SLU from 2004 to 2012, claimed that when applying for tenure she received biased treatment for being female, and that the decision against […]

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