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Afton Chemical Presents at ELGI in Croatia
The European Lubricating Grease Institute will hold their 2014 Annual General Meeting in Dubrovnik, Croatia on April 26-29th, 2014.
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Thu Mar 06, 2014
The Afro American Newspaper
The Invisible Man
He is missing from the health care system. He is less likely to hold a job that provides health insurance.
The University News
Brown v. Board: Sisters on realities of oppression
Saint Louis University addressed black history on Feb. 20 when sisters Linda Brown Thompson and Cheryl Brown Henderson spoke at the Center for Global Citizenship.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
The University News
Food Fight: One bid to rule them all
A 12-year partnership between Chartwells foodservice and Saint Louis University will come to an end this June, as SLU looks towards Aramark or Sodexo to satisfy their future culinary needs.
The University News
BSA speaker focuses on black humor, comedy
In celebration of Black History month, the Black Student Alliance has been keeping Saint Louis University busy this February with an event calendar full of lectures, food, music and art.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Great Video: One-Armed Student Sinks Half-Court Shot
This is cool - a one-armed student at Saint Louis University High School sunk a half court shot during a recent game to win $100.
Students decry 5% tuition increase
STUDENTS from Saint Louis University were joined by the militant youth group Anakbayan in a protest rally Monday to condemn the alleged five percent tuition hike for incoming freshmen in the next school year.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
Stool Acidity Test
Dr. Shiel received a Bachelor of Science degree with honors from the University of Notre Dame.
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Hotel Equities to Manage Home2 Suites St. Louis Missouri
This marks Hotel Equities' strong entry into the mid-west and Missouri with their first hotel in the Home2 Suites brand.
SLU Student Wins Award for Research that Finds Potential Treatment For Vascular Disease
Working at a Saint Louis University laboratory, second-year medical student Weston Gordon performed several studies investigating two novel drug therapies that may be useful in the treatment of peripheral vascular disease in patients with Type 2 diabetes.
'Too krewel for school': Wash. U. students march in Mardi Gras parade
Freshman Elise Hess runs during the Soulard Mardi Gras parade while carrying the Washington University flag and giving high-fives to the crowd.
Sat Mar 01, 2014
In search of 'my Panagbenga'
I WAS searching for "my Panagbenga" over the weekend, trying to find the magic it brought to my soul a decade ago.
Fri Feb 28, 2014
St. Louis University hosts symposium on City & County merger
St. Louis University hosted a symposium on Friday focused on a possible City-County merger.
One-Armed Student Hits Half-Court Shot for Charity [VIDEO]
After seeing what this kid with one arm does all you'll be able to say is, Wow. Max Bredenkoetter is a student at Missouri's St. Louis University High School, who just so happened to drill a half-court shot during halftime of his school's recent Coaches for Cancer game against rival Christian Brothers.
Maronite Catholic: First married man ordained in the U.S. by Pope Francis
Maronite Catholic married man was allowed to be ordained into the priesthood for the first time in 100 years in the Unites States by Pope Francis .
Startup Connection moving, Cortex also recruiting ImpactHub: TechFlashes
Startup Connection, one of the banner entrepreneurial events in St. Louis each year, is moving to Saint Louis University.
Thu Feb 27, 2014
Service fraternity Alpha Phi Omega comes to Loyola
A national service fraternity is coming to Loyola's campus after being chartered by the Student Government Association.
Hotel Equities Adds Home2 Suites in St. Louis
Hotel Equities has been selected to develop and manage the 107-room Home2 Suites by Hilton hotel in St. Louis, MO.
St. Louis cell phone theft linked to woman's death
The lawyer for a St. Louis man convicted in a 2012 cell-phone robbery in the city's Central West End says a police failure to promptly trace calls from the stolen phone led to a similar robbery eight days later in which a former Saint Louis University volleyball player was killed.
Gerhart Block to receive $8 million facelift
Capstone Development plans to invest $8 million to redevelop the historic Gerhart Block building located in the area west of Saint Louis University.