The first day of school is always the best day—you get to see who’s in your classes, meet your professors and wonder if you’re ever going to get your class book list, since it wasn’t on WebSTAC!
Comedian Amy Milton performed “GOOD” on Saturday night in front of an intimate audience—her third show at the Kranzberg Arts Center as part of the fifth annual St. Lou Fringe Festival, a platform for independent producers to bring their projects to different stages in St. Louis.
If you ask 8 Dollar Deli’s owner Roger Morgan what makes a delicious deli sandwich, he’ll tell you that it’s the goodies. His vibrantly colorful restaurant just opened last Thursday at 6600 Delmar Blvd., a space that used to be occupied by Smoothie King.
I bet if we even put in a little effort, we could break the Overpass ourselves! Here are a few ideas—let us know if they work!
Find out what flavor of LaCroix you are.
When it comes to retail, foot traffic is an essential part of doing business. But at Three Dog Bakery’s new location on the Delmar Loop, owner Kathy Caton is relying on another kind of business: paw traffic.
As a new combined restaurant and fitness center, It’s A Wrap on the Delmar Loop aims to make local residents healthier, fitter and happier. I went there for the first time this past Sunday, excited to see what owner Chris Alexander was doing to make his vision for the community a reality.
All in the name of journalism, I decided to spend five long hours on the Circulator from 9 p.m. Saturday to 2 a.m. Sunday, traveling in 15 loops around the Washington University campus in more time than it would have taken to get to Chicago.
Last Thursday evening, Congress of the South 40 organized a trip to Escape the Room, an interactive adventure game in downtown St. Louis.
Student Life profiles Student Union President and junior Kenneth Sng.