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Bringing football back to St. Louis: Battlehawks enter season three with promise and fanfare

But no matter how the team finishes, they now hold an additional responsibility: the Battlehawks are St. Louis’ team and have brought something that the city has been missing for the past few years.

| Staff Writer

Staff Editorial: In St. Louis for the summer? Here are our recommended activities

If you’re spending the summer in St. Louis, you’ll find plenty of fun activities to keep yourself busy. Here are some of our favorites.

St. Louis City SC: St. Louis’s hottest new ticket on and off the field

Now, almost four years later, it’s nearly impossible to walk around Mudd Field without seeing the navy-blue and pinkish-red hues of St. Louis City SC’s (STLSC) logo on hats, sweatshirts, and more.

and | Sports Editors

Oh St. Louis City…  reasons to support St. Louis City Soccer Club

Here are a few reasons that everyone from a weekly Champions League viewer to someone brand new to soccer should make their way over to CITYPARK.

| Senior Multimedia Editor

Americanist scholars discuss progressive activism in St. Louis

The University’s American Culture Studies program hosted an Americanist Dinner Forum on Zoom titled “Introducing ‘Left in the Midwest: St. Louis Progressive Activism in the 1960s and 1970s.’”

| Staff Writer

The St. Louis Metro: Two States, One City, Thousands of Strangers

I am certainly no expert voice on transit, nor on St. Louis. But what I can do is hold a microphone (read: my horribly cracked iPhone 7, opened to Voice Memos) to people I hope have more authority on the Metro and their city than I do — everyday riders.

| Managing Scene Editor

Reasons to watch Super Bowl LVI that aren’t football

Even if you’re not a football fan, there might still be merit in watching Super Bowl LVI. Our staff has four alternate motivations for you.

Rooted in St. Louis: ‘Dirt’ is a dirty word

Soil, known to some farmers as black gold, is as much a necessity as water, but is nowhere near as simple. Beneath your feet lives a complex chemical stew of geologic and organic components, of swimming microbes and rhizomatic networks.

| Staff Writer

Basketball sophomore Jessica Brooks on a double-overtime win over Chicago, her gameday playlist and her TikTok feed

Brooks scored 32 points in the Bears’ double-overtime win over U Chicago earlier this month.

| Senior Sports Editor

Celebrating Josephine Baker, a disrupter of ‘conventions and boundaries’

St. Louis-born Josephine Baker was the first woman of color to be entombed in France’s Panthéon for her work in the French Resistance during World War II. Chancellor Andrew Martin, Mayor Tishaura Jones and others took part in a Nov. 30 event to celebrate her life and legacy.

| Senior Scene Editor

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