The University News

Woman Charged in Hit-and-Run that Injured SLU Student
Featured News

Riley Mack, News Editor | September 12, 2019

Last week, a SLU student was badly injured in a hit-and-run on the intersection of Grand and Laclede. On Tuesday, the driver was identified as 21-year-old Aldina Sakanovic, per the St. Louis Police Department.    Stephanie Grant, a 20-year-old junior studying Biomedical engineering at SLU, was walking across the street near Grand Hall when a car driving erratically ran through a red light, hitting Grant. The driver fled the scene immediately...

Continue Reading
B-School Dean Suddenly Steps Down
News

Savanah Seyer, Staff Writer | September 4, 2019

On Friday, Aug. 23, it was announced in a letter to Faculty that the Dean of the Chaifetz School of Business Dr. Mark Higgins would be stepping down on Aug. 31. The memo did not share any details of the Dean’s decision, nor give any reasoning as to why he would be stepping down or why the decision was announced only a week in advance. 

The letter was sent out by the Interim Provost, Chester Gillis....

Continue Reading
A Capella Showcase

Recent Arts Stories

Broadway on a Budget

September 5, 2019

Looking for things to do as the fall semester gets underway? The Fabulous Fox, located just a block off Saint Louis University’s main campus, hosts an...

The World is in Love with Lover

September 4, 2019

The long-awaited release of Taylor Swift’s seventh studio album, “Lover” was met with relief and excitement. Swift’s sixth album “reputation,”...

View All
The Right to Compete

Recent Sports Stories

Murana Brothers New Dynamic Duo for Men’s Soccer

September 5, 2019

   Wilbur and Orville Wright, Serena and Venus Williams, James and Dave Franco; these famous sibling duos have been instrumental in their respective...

Why the Sharks Deserved to Win Game 7

May 2, 2019

Tuesday night the San Jose Sharks made an incredible comeback in a wild Game 7 against the Vegas Golden Knights, winning 5-4 in overtime. What is controversial...

View All
A World on Fire: The Amazon and its Effects on the Climate Crisis

Recent Opinion Stories

The Myth of Joe Biden’s Electability

September 5, 2019

With the 2020 Democratic Party presidential primaries starting to heat up as we move closer to the Iowa Caucus, four candidates have started to emerge...

Recession Imminent?

September 5, 2019

You may have heard on the news or from your friends that people are saying a recession is on its way for the US, and possibly the global economy. There’s...

View All
The Student News Site of Saint Louis University
The Student News Site of Saint Louis University