Professor Joseph Massad of Columbia University, a veteran in the field of modern Arab politics, gave a lecture this past Thursday titled “Between Islamophobia and Homophobia: Gender, Sexuality, and Liberal Engagements with Islam,” which was well-attended by students and faculty.
Rodney McMillian’s “A Migration Tale,” part of the New Media Series at Saint Louis Art Museum, challenges its viewers to reconsider their understanding of racial and class disparities.
You know when you’re like, “Where do I want to get pizza?” and then you need to figure out where to get pizza based on what you’re feeling? I can help you with that! Here’s a guide to getting pizza depending on your mood:
Distract yourself for a few seconds every day by following an animal on Instagram. If you’re not sure who to follow, we’ve got you covered.
Whether you’re looking for somewhere to go with your significant other, or if you’re just trying to satisfy a sweet tooth on your own, here are some places to gorge on all that sweet, sweet sugar.
Just because it’s a Tuesday doesn’t mean you can’t do something special while staying right on campus. Try having sex with your partner in a campus building!
Take out all of that steam productively by building furniture! Not sure what to build? Take this quiz and find out:
The end of Melville Avenue intersecting Delmar Boulevard has been a spot of much recent restaurant turnover—in the last year, Zippy Burger, Moya Grill and 8 Dollar Deli have all come and gone. Still, that hasn’t deterred Muhammad Alsalem, the owner the latest restaurant to occupy the space, Shawarma King.
Boardwalk Waffles & Ice Cream, which held its grand opening in Maplewood, Mo. last Saturday, hopes to accomplish a unique idea well.
Deana Lawson’s photographs in the newly-opened exhibition, “Deana Lawson,” at Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis resonate with grace and power and beauty.