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Transitions

Rebecca LiVigni, Editor-in-Chief May 2, 2021

I read once that we, like potted plants,need to be uprooted, stripped of the comfortable storecontainer we call home. We need to be gently–sometimes painfully–broken upour roots loosened and...

Spring at SLU

Spring at SLU

Andrea Porter, Photo Editor May 1, 2021

Just over a year ago, many students were on their spring breaks having the time of their lives. Students became hopeful that school was halfway through and summer was near. But when the pandemic hit and...

Day in the Life of a SLUdent

Day in the Life of a SLUdent

Andrea Porter, Photo Editor February 27, 2021

On Mar. 13, 2020, students learned that Saint Louis University would be closed for the remainder of the Spring 2020 semester. Two months into the pandemic, SLU was eager and arranged for students to safely...

What The Pandemic Has Taught Us

What The Pandemic Has Taught Us

Abby Campbell, Staff Photographer February 26, 2021

Almost a year has passed since the COVID-19 pandemic started. It has been a period of changing routines, relationships and values. The pandemic has forced most people to slow down and reflect; The University...

What Rape Culture Looks Like On College Campuses

Anastasia Hanonick , Contributor February 21, 2021

I will never forget one particular conversation I had with a friend during my freshman year of college. As we are walking back from the dining hall on a warm-ish September day, she turned to me and asked...

Photo courtesy of Chick-Fil-A

Galentine’s Day Guide

Andrea Porter and Abby Campbell February 13, 2021

We have provided a guide throughout the day, focusing on activities and restaurants to go to with your friends. We begin with our top three favorite brunch places within 15 minutes of SLU. Next we dive...

No line at Simon Recreation Center, November 3, 2020 at 1:00 p.m.

Why “I Voted”

Andrea Porter, Photo Editor November 9, 2020

Nov. 3, 2020 is a day many won’t forget. No matter their party, voters headed to the polls to exercise their right to vote in this year’s presidential election. Many were able to vote through absentee...

SLU’s support during Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Lourdes Hindi, Contributor October 16, 2020

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and many have been representing Saint Louis University in spreading awareness for this prevalent disease. Many events like Sista Strut, Making Strides and Zeta...

Dogs of SLU

Dogs of SLU

Andrea Porter and Abby Campbell October 7, 2020

Since the beginning of the semester, the talk around campus has been about COVID-19 non-stop. Let’s take a break and meet some of our furry neighbors. Walking down West Pine, no matter the season, spring,...

More Than a Swing Set

Jack Connaghan and Lourdes Hindi April 29, 2020

When the word park is mentioned, an image of a biking trail, playground set and picnic table pops into people’s heads. Although a park is a place where children can run loose and enjoy their youth, where...

Nearly every shop along Main Street had a sign saying it was closed for COVID-19.

Limbo: Life Back Home

Riley Tovornik, Photo Editor April 15, 2020

If I had to describe these past few weeks, I think surreal and unpredictable would be the best words to do so. I remember finishing my midterms, eager to go home and already excited to see my friends after...

An Empty Heart: SLU After the Outbreak

An Empty Heart: SLU After the Outbreak

Jack Connaghan, Photo Editor April 10, 2020

Here at Saint Louis University, we often say we are “the heart of Saint Louis.” Physically, that description is correct: We are just about equidistant from the edges of the city and have easy access...

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