Olin enforces policy disallowing students from using pre-owned packets
Olin Business School students are now being required to purchase course packets for each class as part of a new practice designed to ensure students are properly equipped with the most recent material and to prevent copyright infringements.
Cadenza’s September Arts preview
As autumn rolls around, Cadenza recommends a trio of television debuts and local concerts to get your first-semester pop culture consumption off to a promising start.
Get funky with it: Funkadelic fall fashion ideas
Ah, the ’70s. The era of disco balls, the “Saturday Night Live” heyday, lava lamps and a little “Lucy in Sky with Diamonds” at the local reading of “Sisterhood is Powerful.” If you talk to people who actually lived during the groovy days, you may receive varied anecdotes such as, “You know, it’s all kind of a fuzzy, tie-dyed blur,” or, “I lived through it once and once was enough, thank you very much.”
Goober app parodies lack of ride-sharing services in St. Louis
Getting around St. Louis can be tricky. Even with the MetroLink system and taxi service, the city lacks ride-sharing services like Uber or Lyft.