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Ministry Transcends Border in El Paso
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Conor Dorn, Associate News Editor | November 25, 2019

For the past twenty-two years, three dioceses of El Paso, Las Cruces and Ciudad Juarez—all situated around the U.S-Mexico border—have hosted an annual border mass in El Paso, Texas in a show of international unity, peace and solidarity.    This year, a contingent of SLU students and faculty, sponsored jointly by Campus Ministry and the Center for Service and Community Engagement, packed into two chartered buses to El Paso in order...

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SLU Offers New Study Abroad Opportunity: The Casa Belize Program
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Eileen Wisniowicz, Contributor | December 5, 2019

The Casa Belize Study Abroad Program is a new program that will be brought to SLU in the fall of 2020. While the program is considered a study abroad program, it differs from other abroad opportunities in the unique ways it is structured to assist in the growth and flourishing of young social activists. Among many ways, there is a community aspect that is hard to find elsewhere. Students live in on-campus...

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Festive Things to do On and Off Campus

Recent Arts Stories

Christmas Movies That Will Have You Feeling Extra Santa-mental

December 5, 2019

Now that December has crept up on all of us, it is only appropriate to begin bingeing holiday movies, if this process has not already started for some....

A Happy & Sad Holiday

December 5, 2019

Kacey Musgraves is undoubtedly the reigning princess of country music, and it looks like she is trying to expand her territory to other areas of pop culture....

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Getting Technical: SLU Alumnus continues soccer career as an entrepreneur

Recent Sports Stories

Kent Starts Career Strong, Is a “Program-Player”

December 4, 2019

Coach Lisa Stone has continued to recruit well in her eighth season leading the women’s basketball team. From landing high-profile recruits like Jackie...

Heartbreak in South Bend: SLU Falls in NCAA First Round

November 18, 2019

A group of about 60 Billiken supporters huddled around the gates of Notre Dame’s Alumni Stadium. The sky was overcast with temperatures in the mid-30s....

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“Culture contamination” and America’s history of xenophobia

Recent Opinion Stories

December 4, 2019

With the impeachment proceedings against President Trump chugging along and now entering a new round of hearings, I think it’s a good time to reflect...

The Curious Case of Jeffrey Epstein

December 4, 2019

Jeffrey Epstein was an American financier and convicted sex offender. Epstein appeared to be very wealthy, as he lived in a massive townhouse and gave...

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