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March 23, 2017 - ‘More Life:’ A playlist by October Firm              March 23, 2017 - Weekly dose: The opiate crisis              March 23, 2017 - SLU’s top four date locations              March 23, 2017 - The joys of hammocking at Saint Louis University              March 23, 2017 - Actions, not oaths, needed for real change              March 23, 2017 - White House budget would make America less great              March 23, 2017 - Women’s tennis slaughters competition with three straight 7-0 victories at home              March 23, 2017 - Men’s tennis drops to 6-7 on the season             

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  • Much more ‘Beauty’ than ‘Beast’ in remake

    Much more ‘Beauty’ than ‘Beast’ in remake

    Bill Condon (“Breaking Dawn”) crafts the timeless tale of Disney’s “Beauty and the Beast” and creates a visual masterpiece with a star-studded cast in the live-action version of the film. Maintaining the memorable love story between the intelligent, warm-hearted Belle and seemingly fierce and cold-hearted Beast, Condon delves deep into […]

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  • Beloved English professor passes away peacefully

    Beloved English professor passes away peacefully

    On Tuesday, March 2, the Department of English chair Dr. Toni Benis sent an email announcing the passing of Dr. Georgia Johnston. She focused on women’s and gender studies and was a Virginia Woolf scholar.  She had battled cancer for many years, and during spring break she fell ill, passing […]

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  • Chris Gardner addresses students about his pursuit to ‘happyness’

    Chris Gardner addresses students about his pursuit to ‘happyness’

    For Chris Gardner, it all started with a desire to become world-class. He made that decision at a time when he was living out of a transit-station bathroom with his infant son. The odds were not in his favor, but with a positive work ethic and love for his son, […]

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  • SLU medical school on life support

    SLU medical school on life support

    Accreditation despite probation On March 14, Saint Louis University Medical School accepted a status ruled by the Liaison Committee on Medical Education — LCME for short — which established the medical educational program noncompliant with six of the twelve standards, thereby placing it under a probationary period. The LCME survey […]

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  • SGA Oath of Inclusion suspended

    SGA Oath of Inclusion suspended

    The SGA recently passed a resolution that suspended the use of the Oath of Inclusion by non-students at SLU, claiming that several departments were using the Oath in promotional materials to deceive minority students. “I hear over and over that first year black students feel like they were tricked and […]

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