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February 23, 2017 - Track takes home nine total medals, men finish program-best fourth place in A-10              February 23, 2017 - Men’s swimming earns fifth place, McCoy surpasses 100-yard butterfly NCAA B Cutline              February 23, 2017 - Women wrap up conference play              February 23, 2017 - Men suffer back-to-back losses              February 23, 2017 - Women defeat Dayton              February 23, 2017 - Men hold 1-1 A-10 record              February 23, 2017 - Baseball defeats Fighting Irish twice to win Alamo Irish Classic              February 23, 2017 - MOCRA wows with new exhibit: Jesus’ suffering told through art             

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  • Let Us Introduce You: Mary Ann Crosetto

    Let Us Introduce You: Mary Ann Crosetto

    Saint Louis University’s Jesuit traditions teach students to put value in people. Mary Ann Crosetto cherishes them; Her easy smile and willingness to engage with others radiates a welcoming atmosphere around her. Her default behaviors are to joke and laugh, and one will never hear her boast. A senior in […]

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  • The future of Chinese and US relations

    The future of Chinese and US relations

    In January, SLU assistant political science professor Dr. Nori Katagiri published a research paper in the prestigious journal “Asian Security.” His article, entitled “What Democratization, Trade Expectations, and Military Power All Mean for the Future of Sino-American Relations,” weighs the chances of conflict versus cooperation between China and the U.S. […]

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  • Presidential campaigns advocate for student voice

    Presidential campaigns advocate for student voice

    Following two weeks of debates, endorsements and speaking with various organizations—Greek life, minority groups and international students, to name a few—the SGA elections for president, vice president positions and senatorial candidates will commence on Monday, Feb. 27. The four-way presidential heat-up consisted of sophomores Rita Passaglia and Dylan McCloskey and […]

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  • Senate shuts down student activity fee

    Senate shuts down student activity fee

    Four minutes before the Student Government Association meeting was set to begin last Wednesday at 5:00 p.m., a bill to increase the Student Activity Fee was sent to Jay Hardin, Vice President of Internal Affairs. The bill is a result of the Task Force for Optimizing and Raising the Student […]

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  • SGA presidential candidates battle it out

    SGA presidential candidates battle it out

    Candidates for next year’s SGA executive board squared off at an open debate Monday evening, which focused on transparency, improving allocation of funds and amplifying the student voice in university-wide conversations. A sparse crowd of roughly 60 students dotted the Anheuser-Busch Auditorium, most of whom came to support one of […]

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