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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,...

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...

Finding the Perfect PSL

Finding the Perfect PSL

Sydney Compton and Grace Rakestraw October 14, 2020

Selfless? Brave? Ambitious? Whatever adjective feels most appropriate for this voyage, use it. Two women, embarking on a weeklong journey. While we started our quest for the best Pumpkin Spice Latte, we...

Photo Courtesy of Jason Wilson.

Northwest Coffee thrives amidst the COVID-19 pandemic

Celia Searles, Arts & Life Editor September 17, 2020
Northwest Coffee owner Jason Wilson sheds light on his experience as a Black business owner, coffee expert, and what it’s like to run a business that has thrived in 2020.
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Don’t fear! Diablitos is Here.

Grace Rakestraw, Staff Writer September 3, 2020

For all the SLU students craving authentic Mexican Food, look no further than West Pine. Diablitos will open tentatively on Tuesday, Sept. 1 in the building that previously held Cafe Ventana. Diablitos...

Graphic by Grace Dunlavy

UNews Cookbook: Vegan Edition

As college students, many of us struggle to eat a healthy, balanced diet. Running to and from class, extracurriculars, meetings, internships and jobs is not necessarily conducive with healthy eating, especially...

Graphic by Grace Dunlavy

UNews Cookbook: Our Go-To Recipes During Quarantine

In the midst of quarantine, social distancing and a seemingly excess amount of time on our hands, individuals are turning to various hobbies and activities to stay busy. For me, cooking and baking helps...

How St. Louis Small Businesses Are Coping With the COVID-19 Pandemic— And What We Can Do to Support Them

How St. Louis Small Businesses Are Coping With the COVID-19 Pandemic— And What We Can Do to Support Them

Claire Battista, Arts Editor April 2, 2020

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to have a devastating impact on the U.S. economy, St. Louis small businesses are finding ways to make the most of these challenging and uncertain times. Restaurants and...

Jack Johnston / Staff Writer

Jimmy John’s Shut Down After Students Hospitalized

Jack Johnston, Staff Writer February 20, 2020

Reports of food poisoning have arisen from multiple SLU students after eating at the Jimmy John's on Laclede Avenue. This was accompanied by a closure of the establishment by the St. Louis City Health...

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Homemade Pasta: Worth the Effort

Jack Johnston, Staff Writer February 12, 2020

One of my favorite books growing up was “Strega Nona,” the story of an Italian witch who owns a magic pasta-making cauldron. Only the “strega”—the Italian word for witch—has the ability to...

4 Holiday-ish Foods That You Can Make In a Microwave

4 Holiday-ish Foods That You Can Make In a Microwave

Tomi Delp, Contributor December 4, 2019

As the end of the semester rolls around, the more focus we put on our studies, the less time we might have to care about what we choose to eat. Similarly, the colder the weather gets, the less likely we...

Photo Courtesy of Sydney Compton

Cozy Spots to Beat the Winter Chill

Sydney Compton, Staff Writer November 13, 2019

As the temperatures start to drop and snow suddenly falls, many of us will be in search of cozy environments to have a meal, grab a drink or just relax. Here a few comfortable places that will give you...

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