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Philly Cheesesteak with a Touch of Family Love: Yapi Opens on Vandeventer

Fatema Rehmani, Contributor November 19, 2022

In this corner of Midtown, located right across from The Standard Apartments, and just before Ikea, a family-owned business, Yapi, has recently opened a new location, serving warm, fresh subs and sandwiches.  Yapi...

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Boniface Foundation Grants SLU $100,000 to Address Students’ Mental Services

Kavya Harish, Staff Writer November 19, 2022

Saint Louis University has been awarded a hundred thousand dollars from the Boniface Foundation to fund mental health services on campus. The grant aims to mend SLU’s student community amid recent suicides...

Encouraging SLUdents to Vote: Election Party

Gabby Chiodo, Managing Editor November 19, 2022

Aproximately 30 students gathered in the Wool Ballrooms on Nov. 8 to watch election results come in. Midterm elections were held in all states with different legislative offices up for grabs. Missouri’s...

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Midterm Elections’ Effect on Abortion

Madelyn Keib, Contributor November 19, 2022

A poll conducted by SLU YouGov, a research group at Saint Louis University, found that 48% of voters would choose to have the Missouri abortion ban reversed. This statistic isn’t representative of the...

The War on Ukraine: From the Perspective of SLU Sophomore

The War on Ukraine: From the Perspective of SLU Sophomore

Ashleigh Rybski , Contributor November 19, 2022

Since the start of the Russo-Ukrainian War on Feb. 24, sophomore Mariya Yasinovska has been diligently following the news of her home country Ukraine. An English major at SLU and an aspiring author, she...

SLU Sanctioned Drag Show Sparks Controversy

SLU Sanctioned Drag Show Sparks Controversy

Gabby Chiodo, Managing Editor October 24, 2022

On Tuesday, Oct. 11, SLU students flooded into the Busch Student Center, anxiously waiting in line for the doors to a university-sponsored drag show to open. At the same time, a small group of protesters...

SLU American Studies and Harris Stowe Panel Discusses Threats, Opportunities for Collaboration

SLU American Studies and Harris Stowe Panel Discusses Threats, Opportunities for Collaboration

Ulaa Kuziez, News Editor October 24, 2022

   This past February, at the start of Black history month, Harris-Stowe State University received a bomb threat. When Terri Foster, administrative assistant for the American Studies Department, heard...

Rugby x Zeta Hosts “Pink Out”

Rugby x Zeta Hosts “Pink Out”

Katerina Super, News Editor October 24, 2022

On Saturday, Oct. 15, the SLU men’s club rugby team partnered with the SLU sorority Zeta Tau Alpha, Kappa Omega Chapter, and raised almost $400 during a benefit game played against Sunday Morning Rugby...

Meet Charnell Peters: Poet, K-pop Fan and Communication Department’s Newest Faculty

Meet Charnell Peters: Poet, K-pop Fan and Communication Department’s Newest Faculty

Ulaa Kuziez, News Editor October 19, 2022

Charnell Peters’ boss describes her as an “academic unicorn,” a scholar who stands out as having unique research interests and talented teaching skills. Peters is one of three new assistant professors...

DineSLU employees serve food to SLU students in Grand Dining Hall

The Hidden Heroes of SLU: Our Dining Hall Workers

Ulaa Kuziez October 10, 2022

(This feature was inspired by Student Life,  the independent newspaper of Washington University in St. Louis.) From breakfast to start the morning, to a cup of coffee to overcome an afternoon slump,...

Silhouette image of Queen Elizabeth II

Queen Elizabeth’s II Death and the Legacy of Colonialism She Leaves Behind

Katerina Super, News Editor October 6, 2022

Queen Elizabeth II died on September 8, 2022 at 96 years old. She served 70 years, making her the United Kingdom’s longest reigning monarch. Her son Charles, now King Charles III, said of her passing,...

Freshman on Board!

Maram Lemnifi, Contributor October 6, 2022

Change can be an important event in any one’s life, whether it be a simple change in a daily task or routine or moving to a new place and adjusting to a different environment and community. However,...

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