09/24- Thousands attended the outdoor Mass and festivities that followed in a gathering that included SLU students, faculty, staff, alumni and the larger St. Louis community.
09/23- Following the Bicentennial Mass at the Gateway Arch, SLU revealed plans to mark its 200 years with a service challenge that begins Nov. 14.
09/21- The law school hosted three prestigious speakers, including two alumni, to weigh in on their understandings of the Constitution in their areas of practice.
09/19- True Gaelic: Unearthing Medieval Ireland, a documentary by HEC-TV, will open next week at SLU's Center for Global Citizenship. The documentary follows Thomas Finan, Ph.D., and his students as they dig for history on the shores of Lough Ce in County Roscommon, Ireland.
09/19- Longtime SLU librarian W. Charles Heiser, S.J., died on Friday, Sept. 15, 2017, in St. Louis. He was 95, a Jesuit for 77 years and a priest for 64 years.
09/19- For Frank Tucci, living Saint Louis University's Jesuit mission means literally giving of himself to others and Friday marked a milestone for him as he made his 100th gift of life-saving blood to the American Red Cross.
09/14- As Saint Louis University prepares to celebrate its 200th birthday, Homecoming 2017 and Family Weekend, Sept. 21 to 24, promise to be part of a "landmark celebration" of all that it means to be a Billiken.
09/12- A $599,821 National Science Foundation grant will fund a new SLU lab that will encourage experiential learning.
09/12- Miss Missouri Jennifer Davis (A&S '16) was crowned runner-up in the Miss America Pageant Sunday night.
09/12- Saint Louis University scientist Mee-Ngan F. Yap, Ph.D.,has uncovered the way a bacterial ribosome moves from an inactive to an active form, and how that "wake up call" is key to its survival.
09/07- A Saint Louis University School of Medicine student took time off between her third and fourth year of medical school to work on the syndicated Dr. Oz Show.
09/06- More than 100 countries will be represented by 827 new Americans at Friday's naturalization ceremony, which will be held at Chaifetz Arena.
09/06- Saint Louis University's Doisy Scholar program gives undergraduates from SLU and other universities experience conducting laboratory research.
08/31- Officials from Saint Louis University and SSM Health St. Louis ceremonially began construction on the new $550 million SSM Health Saint Louis University Hospital on Aug. 31 with the new facility's groundbreaking. The new hospital will welcome its first patient in 2020.
08/31- SLU's School of Nursing provides a refresher course for SSM Health nurses who want to return to direct patient care after taking some time away from their careers.
08/28- Daniel Hoft, M.D., Ph.D., has received a $6.4 million task order from NIAID/NIH to study a treatment for MDR-TB, a worsening, deadly global health threat.is leading a multi-national clinical trial for a possible treatment for drug-resistant tuberculosis.
08/25- SLUCare Physician Group and SSM Health collaborated closely to design the new SSM Health Saint Louis University Hospital and ambulatory care center.
08/24- Speaking to the second-largest class in SLU history, senior Molly Layman joined University President Fred P. Pestello, Ph.D., Provost Nancy Brickhouse, Ph.D., Daniel Carter, president of the Student Government Association, and the entire SLU community in welcoming its newest members at 2017’s New Student Convocation on Aug. 24 at the Chaifetz Arena.
08/24- For Izabel Trizlova, the international community she experienced as a student at Saint Louis University's Madrid campus has prepared her to work with people from across the globe. Newslink caught with her for a Q&A about her experiences as an intern in Astana, Kazakhstan.
08/18- The new recommendations evaluate factors like demographics, blood pressure and smoking as a whole, rather than in isolation.
08/18- Gearing up for this year's total solar eclipse, Saint Louis University looks back to the archives for the story of a Jesuit astronomer who pointed his camera at the sky in 1889 and prayed for an "astro miracle" while pioneering new ways to capture celestial events on film.
08/17- Saint Louis University scientist Kasey Fowler-Finn, Ph.D., and her research team will study treehoppers to learn how changing temperatures affect singing insects' ability to recognize the songs of potential mates.
08/16- A $597,380 grant from the National Science Foundation will fund SLU scientist Paul Bracher, Ph.D., and his research team as they study what life might look like on other planets - or, here on earth - if it began in oil.
08/14- Saint Louis University researchers are encouraged by study results which they hope can reduce the risks associated with this type of brain surgery.
08/11- With the first total eclipse of the sun in four decades less than a month away, Sweta Kavali, M.D., a SLUCare ophthalmologist and retina specialist, has recommendations for how to get a full view of this rare event without causing permanent optical damage.
08/09- Saint Louis University's newest residence hall opened with a ribbon cutting, blessing and celebration on Aug. 8. The building will welcome its first student residents later this month.
08/02- William "Bill" Stoneman III, former dean of Saint Louis University School of Medicine, died Aug. 1, 2017. He was 89.
08/02- The City of St. Louis won an award for emergency preparedness because of its partnership with the School of Nursing that teaches students to assist in case of a public health emergency.
08/01- Saint Louis University School of Medicine held its 2017 white coat ceremony for the Class of 2021 on Sunday, July, 30.
07/28- Saint Louis University dietetic interns are learning how to create their own culinary entrepreneurship opportunities in a class which gives students six weeks to start a business and double their initial investment.
07/26- More than 170 SLUCare physicians from a variety of specialties have been recognized by St. Louis Magazine as best doctors of 2017.
07/24- A SLUCare cardiologist looked at the type of stem cell treatments being marketed to patients with heart failure, as well as the cost and statements about efficacy.
07/21- SLU's new Academic Technology Commons will bring students, faculty and staff with innovative software and tools.
07/19- Demonstrating expanding support, SLU will provide the building for Casa de Salud's new behavioral health service.
07/14- Peter G. Sotiropoulos, D.D.S., M.S., a professor and instructor at Saint Louis University for more than 60 years died Friday, July 7, 2017. He was 92.
07/12- The Arch City Religion digital project offers students new, collaborative ways to seek out the spiritual side of the Gateway City.
07/07- It's not just kids of all ages who come to Saint Louis University for summer camp. Community organizations that help run, staff and program experiences for those kids also come to campus, partnering with SLU to expand opportunities for summer learning and fun to more children from across the St. Louis region.
07/07- Tackling everything from hip-hop to happiness, these cool classes show that learning at SLU is anything but par for the course.
07/07- Saint Louis University researchers will share the latest information on the Zika virus at an upcoming panel from 6 to 7:30 p.m., Wednesday, July 12, at the University's Center for Global Citizenship.
07/05- Ken Haller, M.D., a SLUCare pediatrician at SSM Health Cardinal Glennon Children's Hospital, shared a personal story about the first time he saw an X-ray from a patient who had HIV.
07/05- Saint Louis University researchers have received a $443,636 grant from the National Institute on Aging to investigate the relationship between the diabetes drug Metformin and dementia risk.
06/30- After capturing third place at the 2017 President's Cup, Saint Louis University has been honored as "Chess College of the Year" by the United States Chess Federation.
06/27- Growing up in Somalia, Saadiq Mohammed, 21, fell in love with soccer. Now, he's found his place as a star on the Billiken soccer team.
06/16- An annual trip to Hawaii is part of the Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences' mission to expose students to learning beyond the classroom.
06/14- New findings suggest that a nuclear receptor may be a good target to develop new drugs to treat a variety of muscle disorders and injuries.
06/13- Communication professor Amber Johnson, Ph.D., takes social justice tools to the streets through the Justice Fleet initiative.
06/08- Tracy Chapman currently serves as associate dean for adult and e-learning in the College of Professional Studies at Creighton University, as well as the executive director of Creighton’s Center for Academic Innovation.
06/07- Researcher Daniela Salvemini, Ph.D., reports discovering a key pathway that drives cancer-related bone pain while providing a potential solution with a drug that already is on the market.
06/05- SLU professor of physics Jean Potvin, Ph.D., reports findings about how right whales filter their food.
05/31- Saint Louis University’s Center for Advanced Dental Education (CADE) will begin a pediatric dentistry residency program on July 1, 2017.
05/31- An associate professor in the Department of Fine and Performing Arts, Wilson died in an accident Sunday, May 28. He was 58.
05/31- A retired instructor of urban programs in graduate education and former director of the SLU master's degree program in urban affairs, Tomey died May 24. He was 76.
05/31- A graduate of SLU and member of the University’s Board of Trustees, died May 29, 2017. He was 69.
05/30- Residence halls across campus hold weekly Masses but Spring Hall's weekly gathering is one of SLU's most popular.
05/25- SSM Health St. Mary's Hospital-St. Louis, staffed by SLUCare gynecologists and nurse midwives, has the second lowest C-section rate in the country for first-time, low-risk mothers, according to a new Consumer Reports investigation.
05/12- After nearly a year of working on a consumer case, Emily Bell and Ryan Reed had the rare opportunity to serve as lead counsel in a jury trial, just months before graduation.
05/10- Antonia Miceli, J.D., co-director of academic support, was recognized with the Missouri Lawyers Weekly Legal Scholar Award, and third-year student Kaitlyn Parker received the Leaders of Tomorrow Award.
05/09- Diana Natalicio, Ph.D., this year's Spring Commencement speaker, has been named a "world leader" by Fortune for her work leading the University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP) where she has made wider access to higher education for underrepresented students a top priority.
05/05- Saint Louis University's Jesuit Health Resource Center, a free clinic operated by medical school students under the guidance of SLU doctors, now offers clinics run by students training to be physician assistants and nursing students as well as a monthly geriatric clinic.
05/05- Each spring, the SLU community gathers to see the academic possibilities and contributions of the University's graduating seniors.