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“ATTENTION: Miley Live” Review: Vocal Virtuosity and Popularity as a Means of Enjoyment

Daniel Bernas, Staff Writer May 3, 2022

When a song ascends from momentary popularity to pop culture artifact, it goes through a process of semantic satiation. The words stop making sense, the writing stops mattering, preconceived feelings...

Upcoming Exhibitions at the Saint Louis Art Museum And The Griot Museum

Upcoming Exhibitions at the Saint Louis Art Museum And The Griot Museum

Juliette Callahan, Staff Writer May 3, 2022

Starting early summer and ending in the fall, the Saint Louis Art Museum (SLAM) has three new upcoming exhibits.    “Catching the Moment: Contemporary Art from the Ted L. and Maryanne Ellison...

A St. Louis Gem: The Fabulous Fox Theatre

A St. Louis Gem: The Fabulous Fox Theatre

Morgan Hausback, Arts & Life Editor May 3, 2022

When it comes to Saint Louis University, there are certain milestones every student should try at least once: getting a latte at Fresh Gatherings, strolling through Forest Park on a Sunday afternoon,...

VIBE 2022: Steve Aoki Brings the Club to SLU

VIBE 2022: Steve Aoki Brings the Club to SLU

Matthew Chambers, Art's & Life Editor May 3, 2022

Each year, the Student Activities Board (SAB) puts on a free concert in the spring for all SLU students to attend. These artists are voted on by students in the fall of every year, with this year’s...

Glass Animals Bring “Dreamland” to St. Louis

Glass Animals Bring “Dreamland” to St. Louis

Matthew Chambers, Arts & Life Editor April 1, 2022

After their 2020 album “Dreamland” came out in the midst of the pandemic, many fans of Glass Animals were eager to hear the songs on tour. While many found the album to be likable at best, there was...

The Women of Missouri

The Women of Missouri

Juliette Callahan, Staff Writer April 1, 2022

With Women’s History Month coming to an end, learning about the women of Missouri’s past and present is important. From local communities to state and national service and recognition, many women...

BookTok Recommendations: Overrated or Worth the Read?

Morgan Hausback, Arts & Life Editor April 1, 2022

“It Ends With Us” by Colleen Hoover If you’ve ever glanced through BookTok, you are bound to find a Colleen Hoover novel. One of the most popular recommendations of hers is “It Ends With Us,”...

10 College Crises You Didn’t Know the St. Louis Public Libraries Could Solve

10 College Crises You Didn’t Know the St. Louis Public Libraries Could Solve

Alexis Kayser, Copy Editor March 30, 2022

If college students had a dollar for every time they didn’t know what to do next, chances are, they still wouldn’t be able to afford their tuition. Thank goodness for public libraries, which provide...

Bringing London to St. Louis: The London Tea Room

Morgan Hausback, Arts & Life Editor February 28, 2022

Living in a new city is full of unexpected surprises, and even as a sophomore, I continue to find new places all across St. Louis. The most recent hidden gem that has caught my attention is The London...

Romance Novels by Black Authors You Need to Read

Abigail Liszewski, Staff Writer February 28, 2022

“The Unbroken” by C.L. Clark “The Unbroken” by C.L. Clark is a political fantasy that follows Luca and Touraine, two women who meet under unexpected circumstances. Luca is a princess aiming...

Artwork by Keith Haring

MOCRA Exhibit Sees “Double Vision” of Christ’s Passion and the Human Condition

Alex Rozar, Staff Writer February 28, 2022

A new exhibit is on display at Saint Louis University’s Museum of Contemporary Religious Art (MOCRA), aiming to showcase the range of the human condition.    Titled “Double Vision,”...

Tyler Tears Up Chaifetz

Tyler Tears Up Chaifetz

Matthew Chambers, Arts & Life Editor February 28, 2022

Whenever there is a sold-out event at Chaifetz Arena, chances are it’s going to be quite the party. And when it comes to concerts put on by Tyler, the Creator, you know it’s going to be a great party....

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