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Eckerts Belleville Farm Pumpkin Jamboree

Eckert’s Belleville Farm Pumpkin Jamboree

Lexi Kayser, Copy Editor October 23, 2021

October in Missouri The light feels softer in autumn,scattered like cinnamon dust,stuck to the corners of the sidewalks like maple sap. nostalgia seeps through stomata—soaks the soul throughthen...

Billiken Basketball Open Practice

Billiken Basketball Open Practice

Michael Place, Staff Photographer October 22, 2021

Soulard Oktoberfest

Soulard Oktoberfest

Grace Dunlavy, Managing Editor October 22, 2021

Beep Baseball Challenge

Beep Baseball Challenge

Andrea Porter and Michael Place October 22, 2021

On Oct. 16, the St. Louis Gateway Archers challenged the SLU Department of Ophthalmology to a baseball game.  The Gateway Archers are a team of players who are blind or visually impaired. The...

Hard Times Call for Soft Landings

Hard Times Call for Soft Landings

Lexi Kayser, Copy Editor October 7, 2021

In the wake of COVID-19, The Great Forest Park Balloon Race lifts eyes and spirits skyward.  One year ago, Forest Park’s Central Fields were barren. For the first time in 49 years, the annual...

Life Back on Campus

Life Back on Campus

Andrea Porter, Photo Editor October 6, 2021

Meet the Senior Editors

Meet the Senior Editors

Andrea Porter, Photo Editor October 5, 2021

Editor-in-Chief Conor Dorn, originally from River Forest, Illinois, is majoring in History. He joined The University News as an incoming freshman. Throughout his four years with the UNews, he has met...

Transitions

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...

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