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  • Four Billikens selected: Record draft ‘4’ SLU

    Four Billikens selected: Record draft ‘4’ SLU

    Three players bound for MLS, Kristo looks to Italy On Nov. 28, 1959, a small, Midwestern, Jesuit school won the inaugural NCAA men’s soccer national championship. Over the next two decades, Saint Louis University would dominate the field of college soccer, with 10 national titles (the most in NCAA history) […]

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    Pestello weighs in on grand jury decision

    President stresses SLU’s role in peaceful dialogue In September, only weeks removed from the events in Ferguson, Mo., Saint Louis University President Dr. Fred Pestello expressed his belief that SLU had a unique role in steering the St. Louis community to confront and address the societal problems brought to light […]

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  • North St. Louis: Regional conflict featured prominently in a round table talk. Javier Muro de Nadal / Staff Photographer

    Rhetoric on race in St. Louis

    Local alderman leads round table discussion “Nothing new happened on Aug. 9,” said Antonio French, the keynote speaker during the political roundtable in DuBourg Hall and the Alderman for Ward 21 in St. Louis.  The discussion that evening, Nov. 18, was about the ongoing dilemma in Ferguson, Mo.  DuBourg’s Refectory […]

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  • Showcase: Costume and dance were prominently featured in Saturday night’s display of Asian American culture.
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    A Journey, celebrated

    Asian American Association showcases culture  Saturday, Nov. 8, in the St. Louis Room of the BSC, the Asian American Association (AAA) hosted their Fall 2014 Showcase, titled “jOURney.”  The showcase featured performances encompassing the rich diversity of cultures in Asia, including Korean Pop music, Hindi a cappella and karate. The […]

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  • From Blossom to Bazinga: As a child star on Blossom in the 80s and an adult actor on the CBS hit The Big Bang Theory, Bialik’s life has been deeply shaped by acting; she took a hiatus to pursue a doctorate, but she was unexpectedly drawn back to the craft.

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    From Lab to Primetime: Actress and Neuroscientist Mayim Bialik visits SLU

    On Thursday, Nov. 30, SLU Great Issues Committee hosted neuroscientist and actress Mayim Bialik, who spoke about the intersection of her scientific and acting careers.  SLU students poured into the Wool Ballrooms to listen to Bialik’s speech, which revealed glimpses of both her quick-witted humor and undeniable intellect, as she […]

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