Remember spring break last week? Are you still not over it? Don’t worry.
There are tons of different Mexican and Tex-Mex food options located just a short driving distance from the Danforth Campus, so if you’re in the mood for some tacos, don’t fret. Here are some places where you can go depending on what you’re feeling.
Food! We all eat it. Showers! We all take them. But food and showers together?
The question is how we overcome that division to solve problems of violence and intolerance in our society. This is the question that main character Socrates Fortlow attempts to answer in the novel “The Right Mistake” by Walter Mosley.
In the literary world, the well-known short-story writer George Saunders just released a novel that has found a place on the top spot of the New York Times Best Seller list. So here’s a primer on Saunders and his newest novel, called “Lincoln in the Bardo.”
You just turned in that last 6-8 page paper and finally got back that Blue Book from last week’s midterm. You’re probably ready to sit in your bed for six zillion years and FINALLY relax—I know I have a long list of missed TV episodes I need to watch ASAP.
For the past three years, I’ve spent the spring panicking about my summer plans. Would I get an internship I liked?
The place that should represent St. Louis is an often-overlooked treasure cove situated in a sleepy industrial area near downtown—it’s the Goodwill Outlet store. Not only do they have a variety of items—clothing, furniture, books, records, movies and even mattresses—but the prices are so ridiculously cheap.
Having out-of-town friends visit St. Louis is always a delight. That being said, there’s so much pressure on you to make sure that they have a great time.
The past year has seen a strong push for quality ramen restaurants in St. Louis, with several new ramen restaurants opening and others expanding their ramen selections to capitalize on the increased demand. I recently visited one of each type: Hiro Asian Kitchen, a popular bar/restaurant on Washington Avenue, and Vista Ramen, a hip and cozy new eatery on Cherokee Street.