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Holiday Hacks for Intuitive Eating

Holiday Hacks for Intuitive Eating

Grace Rakestraw, Staff Writer November 24, 2020

For those of you who do not know, America has a bit of a problem with diet culture.  Billboards display the preferred body type—usually a 5’10 model weighing 120 pounds. Instagram ads for FitTea,...

How Did SLU Handle COVID-19 This Fall Semester?

Mark Burbridge, Contributor November 24, 2020

It was the week of spring break when Saint Louis University decided to shut down in-person courses for the remainder of the 2020 Spring Semester as a result of concerns of COVID-19, instead favoring online...

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Experience the Rich Culture of “Little Bosnia” in St. Louis

Grace Rakestraw, Staff Writer November 24, 2020

For SLU students looking for a taste of international travel without the travel, drive to South St. Louis for a peek into Bosnian life. “Little Bosnia” is the affectionate name of the St. Louis community...

Mental Health Check In

Mental Health Check In

Sydney Compton, Arts Editor November 24, 2020

Emotions are high. Stress levels are higher. Looming finals, rising COVID-19 cases and political shifts have us all in a bit of turmoil. As a gentle reminder, it is always important to take care of yourself....

Making the Most of Religious Holidays Amidst a Pandemic

Making the Most of Religious Holidays Amidst a Pandemic

Sara Qalbani, Staff Writer November 12, 2020

2020 has taken away countless events that many people were looking forward to, including many important religious holidays. For Muslims, many were unable to celebrate the end of Ramadan with Eid-al-Fitr...

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“Cadaver” Has Promise, But Ultimately Drops Dead

Mark Burbridge, Contributor November 11, 2020

Given the lasting popularity of film genres like horror within cinema, finding new and original ideas for stories can become a very tall order. However, it is not only a matter of originality of these...

Fall Feast

Sydney Compton, Arts Editor November 10, 2020

The flavors of fall are pretty much all I can think about when the leaves start to change and I start to spend more time indoors. With the changing temperatures outdoors, this brief cookbook covers some...

Live Concerts Return to Powell Hall

Live Concerts Return to Powell Hall

Zoë Butler November 9, 2020

As I stepped away from the rain and cold waiting outside and into Powell Hall, I felt an overwhelming amount of warmth. The entryway, which, according to an usher, was modelled after the Palace of Versailles,...

My culture is not your costume

My culture is not your costume

Sara Qalbani, Staff Writer November 7, 2020

Cultural appropriation, according to the Cambridge Dictionary, “is the act of taking or using things from a culture that is not one someone identifies as, especially without showing that you understand...

Assessing Student Opinion of #CampusClear

Assessing Student Opinion of #CampusClear

Mark Burbridge, Contributor October 27, 2020

In the mist of the current COVID-19 pandemic, it is paramount to be able to prevent the spread of the virus and identify individuals who are infected with it. When in-person classes began to resume at...

‘Enola Holmes’ Review: More than just Sherlock Holmes’ Sister

‘Enola Holmes’ Review: More than just Sherlock Holmes’ Sister

Aman Rahman, Staff Writer October 27, 2020

“Enola Holmes,” based on author Nancy Spring’s novels, is an exciting and adventurous film showcasing the life of a young girl fearlessly navigating her way through Victorian England.  Enola...

“Books of Blood” Is A Bloody Mess

“Books of Blood” Is A Bloody Mess

Mark Burbridge, Contributor October 27, 2020

“Books of Blood” was the anthology book series that helped to launch now famous horror novelist Clive Barker into the forefront of the horror genre. Now, Hulu attempts to adapt Barker’s work into...

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