Jimmy Loomis

St. Louis politicians speak about experiences running for office

Two prominent St. Louis political actors gave advice to students interested in someday joining the political sphere during a panel Wednesday.

Bailey Winston | Contributing Reporter

University maintains political neutrality amidst debate fervor

With national media setting up stages across campus, protestors already staging demonstrations and student groups pulling together debate-related programming—one institution is staying noticeably silent.

| Editor-in-Chief

Visiting the Super Bowl of politics

Jimmy Loomis, a 21-year-old Washington University senior, is far from your average political enthusiast.

As one of the eight selected national delegates from Missouri, Loomis was among the youngest delegates to attend the Democratic National Convention. First elected as a committeeman for Clayton Township when he was eighteen years old, Loomis’ most recent political feat included a trip to the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia.

| Freshman Press Reporter

Mr. Loomis takes St. Louis: Freshman talks politics and paging

He certainly looks and sounds the part of the local politician, his poised elocution complemented by a crisp Brooks Brothers polo. And all those who attended Convocation this year might have heard of his favorite accessory: the business card. It was an afterthought, really, that freshman Jimmy Loomis attended the Legacy Luncheon that day.

| Contributing Reporter

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