“Deadliest Warrior” is what happens when barstool arguments get out of hand. The guys at Spike are determined to find out which historical bad boys kicked the most butt and took the most names. Throw a ninja and a knight in a ring and let ’em duke it out; what could go wrong?
As a new resident of St. Louis, it was a pleasure to read up on some of its history in Gail Milissa Grant’s “At the Elbows of My Elders.” This former professor, U.S. Foreign Service officer and Wash. U. alumna, describes her life as the daughter of the late, illustrious civil rights lawyer David W. Grant in segregated 1950s St. Louis.
Though heightened security and bustling activity surrounds the run-up to the vice presidential debate, the national spotlight is nothing new for administrators at Washington University.
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