The Student News Site of Saint Louis University

The University News

The Student News Site of Saint Louis University

The University News

The Student News Site of Saint Louis University

The University News

The construction site where South County YMCA’s Adaptive Sports Complex is set to open in Spring 2024

South County YMCA’s $5.2 million inclusive Adaptive Sports Complex to open in Spring 2024

Brendan Brunette , Senior Writer December 5, 2023

An ambitious multimillion-dollar inclusive sports complex, funded by local organizations, will open on the YMCA South County campus next spring.  The highly anticipated initiative will look to offer...

Eighteen candles are displayed on a table at a vigil hosted by the Jewish Student Association on Oct. 18.

Some Jewish Students at SLU Feel Isolated, Unwelcome

Grant Bellchamber, Staff Writer November 30, 2023

Following Hamas’ attack on Israel and in the ensuing war on the Gaza Strip, Jewish and Palestinian students alike continue to mourn those they have lost. The war has devastated not only Gaza, but also...

(Shah Shamsipour / The University News)

Hundreds Gather to Support Palestine and Demand University Action

Lauren Hutchens , Owen Herdrick, and Ulaa Kuziez November 30, 2023

Around 300 protestors gathered at the Saint Louis University Clock Tower in support of Palestine, demanding the university call for a ceasefire and cut ties with Boeing, a local manufacturer of weapons...

Latine community members claim that they feel underrepresented post Hispanic Heritage Month

Latine community members claim that they feel underrepresented post Hispanic Heritage Month

Lauren Hutchens, News Editor November 29, 2023

After Hispanic Heritage Month, which ran from Sept. 15 to Oct. 15, many students have criticized Saint Louis University’s lack of recognition and effort.  There were only two events celebrating the...

Local STL Starbucks workers on strike

Unionized Starbucks Workers Walk Out on “Red Cup Day” in St. Louis

Zekhra Gafurova, Staff Writer November 18, 2023

Unionized Starbucks employees in the region joined the national “Red Cup Rebellion” strike on Nov. 16. St. Louis baristas from eight unionized Starbucks stores in the area protested at the coffee location...

Ryan Tisdale speaking to SGA Senate about his goals if elected

Ryan Tisdale Sworn In as SGA President

Sophia Brummond and Owen Herdrick November 15, 2023

In a vote of 22-3, Ryan Tisdale, the vice president of communications & internal affairs and acting interim president, was sworn in as Student Government Association president on Wednesday.  The...

Jim Obergefell, the lead plaintiff the landmark Supreme Court case legalizing gay marriage, and Lane Hartman, the president of Rainbow Alliance, engage in conversation.

Rainbow Alliance Hosts Lead Plaintiff in Landmark Supreme Court Case Legalizing Gay Marriage

Sky Carroll , Senior Writer November 13, 2023

Saint Louis University’s Rainbow Alliance hosted Jim Obergefell, the plaintiff in Obergefell v. Hodges — the landmark U.S. Supreme Court marriage equality case — for a speaker event on Nov. 8. According...

Mariah Slaughter

Oasis brings festive celebration of Dia de los Muertos to SLU

Lauren Hutchens, News Editor November 12, 2023

To celebrate Dia de los Muertos with the Saint Louis University community, the club Oasis hosted a celebration with an ofrenda, food and mariachi. Dia de los Muertos or Day of the Dead, is a Mexican...

(Zekhra Gafurova / The University News)

Pro-Palestine Protestors Urge Senator Hawley to Support a Ceasefire

Zekhra Gafurova, Contributor November 12, 2023

Protestors rallied outside of Josh Hawley's office urging the Missouri senator to call for a ceasefire in Gaza on Nov 9. The Missouri chapter of American Muslims for Palestine organized the protest Thursday...

Golf Club Makes a Return to SLU

Matilda Sophia Mottola, Contributor November 12, 2023

In the wake of a roughly three year gap, the golf club is making a triumphant return to Saint Louis University.  While the university once boasted an active golf club, its presence was temporarily...

Sophomore Nader Badwan waves a Palestinian flag as he leads a protest on Nov. 2 
(Abby Campbell / The University News)

Saint Louis University Campus Protests in Solidarity with Palestine

Ulaa Kuziez and Sky Carroll November 3, 2023

Around 200 people gathered on campus for a protest in support of Palestine Thursday night to “raise awareness for the genocide happening in Palestine,” according to student organizers.  It drew...

Spice Market offers a range of classic Indian dishes. Pictured is paneer curry,
lentils, basmatic rice, chickpea salad and coriander chuttney. (Ulaa Kuziez / The University News)

Spice Market offers ‘taste of home’ for Indian international students

Ulaa Kuziez, News Editor November 2, 2023

Shreya Akula thought Indian food occasionally served on campus often lacked authentic taste. As a graduate student and part-time food service worker, she had an idea: a pop-up at Grand Dining Hall with...

Load More Stories
Donate to The University News
Our Goal

Comments (0)

All The University News Picks Reader Picks Sort: Newest