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Arundhati Roy and The Occult Politics of Caste at Saint Louis University

Abbey Kollu and Deepa Shuka May 3, 2022

On April 28 the Saint Louis University Library Associates will be conferring Arundhati Roy the St. Louis Literary Award at the Sheldon Concert Hall from 7:00 - 9:00 p.m. On the 29, Arundhati Roy will...

Anti-Choice Protestors Disappoint Me

Anti-Choice Protestors Disappoint Me

Penelope Gardner, Opinion Editor May 3, 2022

When I was in high school I volunteered at a hospital. One day, when I was working at the ICU desk, I witnessed a man wake up from a coma. Upon trying to pull out his intubation tubing, he promptly vomited...

My New View On Marriage

My New View On Marriage

Anastasia Hanonick, Copy Editor May 3, 2022

In late September of last year I wrote an aggressive article that articulated my strong distaste for the cultural practice many of us know as marriage. Due to boldness and high controversy of my arguments,...

Arundhati Roy and the Occult Politics of Caste at Saint Louis University

Abbey Kollu, Deepa Shukla, Contributors April 27, 2022

On April 28 the Saint Louis University Library Associates will be conferring Arundhati Roy the St. Louis Literary Award at the Sheldon Concert Hall from 7:00 - 9:00 p.m. On the 29, Arundhati Roy will...

ERASE FEAR: Bring Back The Equal Rights Amendment

ERASE FEAR: Bring Back The Equal Rights Amendment

Penelope Gardner, Opinion Editor April 1, 2022

I am perpetually in awe of the women who paved the way for me and for all American women. Whether it be Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Lucretia Mott, who fought for my right to vote, or Mary Bruemmer who...

A Fan’s Perspective

A Fan’s Perspective

Sophie Gloriod, Staff Writer April 1, 2022

Every Swiftie knows Taylor Swift has spent the past few years re-recording her original six masters. These records include her debut album “Taylor Swift,” and the albums “Fearless,” “Speak Now,”...

Racism Within Refugee Crises

Racism Within Refugee Crises

Katerina Super, Staff Writer April 1, 2022

On Feb. 24, over a month ago, Russian military forces invaded Ukraine. Throughout the past month, Ukrainian cities have been bombed by the Russian army as it attempts to take control of the country. The...

The Subtle Misogyny Behind the Belittling of Women’s Interests 

The Subtle Misogyny Behind the Belittling of Women’s Interests 

Aman Rahman, Staff Writer April 1, 2022

Women’s History Month celebrates the many contributions of women throughout history. Despite the fact that countless women of various identities have been the backbone in shaping our society, starting...

We Should Say Gay

We Should Say Gay

Sophie Gloriod, Staff Writer February 28, 2022

The Florida House and Senate attempted to pass a bill taking away a multitude of rights for young members of the LGBTQ+ community. The bill, entitled “Don’t Say Gay,” was initially introduced on...

An Honest Conversation About Hookup Culture

An Honest Conversation About Hookup Culture

Anastasia Hanonick, Copy Editor February 28, 2022

In recent years casual sexual encounters, also known as hookup culture, has gained vast popularity in the United States. With the sudden emergence of this new cultural trend, one demographic appeared...

Do Eating Disorders Thrive on College Campuses?

Sara Qalbani, Staff Writer February 28, 2022

The transition from living at home to an independent lifestyle at college is a big change for students, and one of the biggest hurdles is creating a healthy food balance. Living independently means making...

Saint Louis’ Twentieth Century Life and Death Brigade

Saint Louis’ Twentieth Century Life and Death Brigade

Juliette Callahan, Staff Writer February 28, 2022

The allure of secrecy is enticing. Being able to share hushed words or hand signals defines secret societies. From “The Godfather” to Rory Gilmore’s Life and Death Brigade, secret societies attract...

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