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Legion Town Hall Meeting Slated for Monday; Crisis Center in St. Louis to Open Tues.
Members of The American Legion's System Worth Saving Task Force, created in 2003 to conduct annual evaluations of health-care quality at Department of Veterans Affairs medical centers and other facilities.
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Thu Jul 10, 2014
At SLU, New President Faces Many Challenges
The scaffolding surrounding DuBourg Hall on the Saint Louis University campus is as much symbolic as it is structural.
Wed Jul 09, 2014
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Rapp out as Kennedy soccer coach; O'Connell and Madison take charge
There will be a new look in leadership on the sidelines for the John F. Kennedy High School soccer program when school resumes in August.
Sorrow Needs a History
I did not set out to write a book about our son Samuel. I began writing because I needed to give voice to thoughts about a prognosis that promised only sadness.
Saint Louis Billikens
Owusu to Represent Ghana on International Stage
ST. LOUIS Former Saint Louis University high jumper Naya Owusu has been selected to represent Ghana in several upcoming international events.
Sat Jul 05, 2014
New Saint Louis University president gets to work
Taking over a Catholic university as its first leader to not wear the clerical collar is a familiar challenge to Fred Pestello, the new president of Saint Louis University.
Thu Jul 03, 2014
Are You Ready To Live Until You're 100 or 120? You Just May Need To Be
According to the Pew Research Center, hundreds of thousands of Americans could live to see 100 by the year 2050.
Wed Jul 02, 2014
Researchers say stress could be contagious
Researchers at St. Louis University claim that stress could be as contagious as the common cold and can be passed on through things like tone of voice, facial expressions, posture and even odour.
Could stress be as contagious as a cold?
A team at Saint Louis University recently created 'secondhand stress' to study whether it could be as contagious as a cold.
Tue Jul 01, 2014
SLU begins post-Biondi era today
The first lay president in Saint Louis University's history takes the helm of the college today.
Recent Missouri editorials
Tears flowed. Blessings were proffered. There were tuxedos and white dresses; bow ties and cummerbunds.
River Front Times
Judge Says St. Louis County Courts Must Allow Press, Public Into Courtroom
The Missouri Constitution says that courts must be open to the public. But in several St. Louis County municipal courthouses, that's not always the case.
Mon Jun 30, 2014
Dr. Shiel received a Bachelor of Science degree with honors from the University of Notre Dame.
John Raymond Doussard
John was born Aug. 3, 1924, in East St. Louis, Illinois, the son of Raymond and Vashti Doussard.
National Review Online
Interview: St. John XXIII 101
The recent memory and familiarity with the former, believed to have been seen by more human beings than anyone in history, lead to an under-appreciation of the latter.
Fri Jun 27, 2014
US News & World Report
Dance Those Cares Away
The research involved 34 seniors, average age 80, who all had pain or stiffness in their knees or hips as a result mainly of arthritis.
Area Universities Collaborate To Keep International Students In The Region
Yinzi Liu studies zebrafish embryos in a Washington University lab. She'd like to stay in St. Louis after graduation, but is having a hard time finding an employer to sponsor her visa.
Thu Jun 26, 2014
Holy Chutzpah! St. Louis takes on the state's gay marriage ban
Tears flowed. Blessings were proffered. There were tuxedos and white dresses, bow ties and cummerbunds.
River Front Times
Four Gay Couples Just Got Married in St. Louis to Challenge Missouri's Ban
Update 10:30 a.m .: The other shoe drops -- Attorney General Chris Koster responds to the city's actions.
Former minor leaguer, now a lawyer, sues MLB over salaries said to be below minimum wage
Former minor league pitcher Garrett Broshuis never made it to the big leagues, but Major League Baseball is taking notice of him now.