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The Gateway/Gayway Times Debacle, Fully Explained

The Gateway/Gayway Times Debacle, Fully Explained

Jack Johnston and Rebecca LiVigni November 30, 2020

Editor’s note: This story was updated at 11:30 a.m. CST on Nov. 30 for clarification and may be updated as new information becomes available.  The final week of a semester is usually chaotic, but...

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...

The Inception of Thrive: A Learning Community for Black SLU Students

The Inception of Thrive: A Learning Community for Black SLU Students

Conor Van Santen, Opinion Editor October 16, 2020

Saint Louis University, an institution with a long history of racial injustice, including once owning enslaved people, is seeking to take a new step towards social equity on campus by providing a safe...

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Grand Lobby Mural Taken Down Over Representation Concerns

Jack Johnston, Staff Writer October 16, 2020

The mural in the Grand Hall lobby was taken down recently by SLU Housing and Residence Life. This change comes as many SLU departments revisit decisions related to representation on campus. Since the...

The most famous Chess piece that sits out front of Morrissey Hall has been removed.

What’s Going On With The Chess Piece?

Klaudia Wachnik, Staff Writer October 16, 2020

The chess piece statue outside of Morrissey Hall is by far one of the most loved attractions on campus. Sitting outside the home of SLU’s very own chess team, it has a giant chess board with spots nearby...

SLU’s Laundry Rooms Don’t Clean Themselves

Penelope Gardner, Staff Writer October 14, 2020

The satisfaction of stepping out of the shower, drying off with a warm towel fresh from the dryer, stepping into cozy pajamas, getting wrapped up in clean bedsheets and knowing that all your laundry is...

The Dolphin Pond Dilemma

The Dolphin Pond Dilemma

Brooke Kenworthy, Staff Writer October 14, 2020

For twenty-six years, perched within a lovely campus fountain, seven magnificent dolphins continually shot water from their mouths back into the system’s inner workings. While many may wonder why such...

A Week of Strength

A Week of Strength

Penelope Gardner, Staff Writer October 14, 2020

This past week, SLU students have come together via Zoom to support one another’s mental health.  SLU participated in Suicide Prevention Week from Sept. 28 to Oct. 1. The Campus Recreation and Wellness...

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,...

Voting at SLU

Voting at SLU

Diana Jakovcevic, Contributor October 7, 2020

This semester, the SLU campus is a hub of voting-centered activities. A group of students within the Center for Service and Community Engagement created a project called “Get Out the Vote,” in hopes...

Chalk the Talk, Walk the Walk

Chalk the Talk, Walk the Walk

Morgan McKenny, Contributor October 6, 2020

“No officer was…” Ashlee Lambert, SLU graduate student, began to write on the clock tower of North Campus the morning of September 24 with chalk.  When she took her chalk away from the clock...

GeoSLU to Train Members of U.S Intelligence Community

Conor Dorn, Associate News Editor October 6, 2020

Last month, SLU’s Vice President for Research, Kenneth Oliff, PhD, announced that SLU’s Geospatial Institute (GeoSLU) was awarded a five million dollar grant, called the GEOINT Learning through Academic...

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