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Make me a match: Jewish matchmaker proves matchmaking is still in style

Matchmaker Aleeza Ben Shalom isn’t messing around when it comes to finding love, and college, she believes, is the perfect time to find a partner. The star of the popular Netflix reality show “Jewish Matchmaking,” Ben Shalom has helped bring together more than 200 couples and offered her advice to WashU students during her talk […]

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Best of: The Loop’s Toasted Ravioli

One must-try of St. Louis is the famous toasted ravioli. Packed with meat or cheese, these “toasted ravs” or “T-ravs” are a St. Louis delicacy. For any WashU student looking to sample these treats for themselves, here are a few spots to get them on the Delmar Loop.

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SU Treasury funds Chabad, Black Senior Alliance, among other clubs

Student Union (SU) Treasury heard appeals from 11 clubs and organizations, including Chabad and the Black Senior Alliance, and approved appeals amounting to $57,832.57, Feb. 27. 

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Author Heather McGhee gives lecture refuting the American ‘zero-sum’ mindset

Heather McGhee, a New York Times bestselling author and policy advocate, gave a lecture titled “The Sum of Us: Moving Beyond the Myth of Equity as a Zero-Sum Game” in Graham Chapel on Feb. 1.

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