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Assembly, discussions look at race in St. Louis

Assembly, discussions look at race in St. Louis

Dr. Terrence Jones, ’59, addressed the SLUH Community Wednesday morning as part of a special assembly to address the racial history of St. Louis. The event also included two other speakers, senior Jack Sullivan and history teacher Erwin Claggett, and small-group discussions that covered racism both in St. Louis and at SLUH and was organized by a committee of faculty members, spearheaded by Dr. John Moran.  

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Assembly, discussions look at race in St. Louis

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Dr. Terrence Jones, ’59, addressed the SLUH Community Wednesday morning as part of a special assembly to address the racial history of St. Louis. The event also included two other speakers, senior Jack

November 20, 2014 COMMENTS

Student Life

Drive for Homeless doubles last year’s item totals

It’s an annual, unavoidable occurrence: the days get shorter, temperatures drop. The folks at Campus Ministry have considered the less fortunate who will brace themselves for the coming

October 30, 2014 COMMENTS

Arts

Longest Sisyphus sells out in single day

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On Monday, the Sisyteers of St. Louis U. High released their art and literary magazine Sisyphus, which, to the dismay of quarter-clutching students, sold out on its first day of distribution.

February 6, 2014 COMMENTS

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Feature: senior electives, round two

Reading and Writing Fiction Around 1989, English teacher Rich Moran created a course called “Creative Writing,” which had students reading short stories and poetry, though Moran realized that some of the students disliked poetry,

November 20, 2014 COMMENTS

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Remembering the Jesuit Martyrs of El Salvador

In the early hours of November 16, 1989, six Jesuits, a woman staying with them, and her daughter in San Salvador, El Salvador were brutally murdered by government soldiers, as part of the

November 6, 2014 COMMENTS

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Peraud commits as decathlete to Truman State

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Senior Alex Peraud loves to tell a story when asked why he wanted to be a decathlete.

March 6, 2014 COMMENTS

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Clear eyes, full hearts lead football to successful 7-3 record

The lights might have gone out on the St. Louis U. High football team’s season, but the 7-3 Jr. Bills have nothing to hang their heads about. In a season that featured games

November 13, 2014 COMMENTS

Conversation of the Week

Conversation: Jackson, Sullivan, Hennessey discuss third state run

As the State cross country race approaches, the runners are preparing for the physical and mental challenges that they will face. In order to better understand what goes into preparing for and running

November 6, 2014 COMMENTS

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Volume 79 Staff

Editor-in-Chief
Sam Fentress

News Editor
Jack Kiehl

Sports Editors
Marty Johnson
Kevin Murphy

Core Staff
Nolen Doorack
Connor FitzGerald
Leo Heinz
Keith Thomas

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Sam Chechik
Charlie Mueth
Jack Sinay

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Hap Burke

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Mr. Steve Missey