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The Alumni Magazine of Saint Louis University

Universitas, the award-winning alumni magazine of Saint Louis University, is distributed to SLU alumni, parents and benefactors around the world. The magazine includes campus news, feature stories, alumni profiles and class notes, and has a circulation of 132,438.

Saint Louis University's alumni publications date back to the first issue of "Alumni News of St. Louis University," published in October 1926. The alumni magazine has been known by three different titles over the years. It was the "Alumni News" until 1954; then "Saint Louis University Magazine" from 1954 to 1975; then finally "Universitas" from 1976 to the present.

More than 350 issues have been published in all, providing a valuable record of SLU history which includes hundreds of articles, statistics, financial reports, interviews, photos and more.

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In This Issue

A runner in silhouette at the SLU Medical Center Stadium, with the Gateway Arch and St. Louis skyline in the background

A photo essay covers one day in the life of Saint Louis University.

Incarcerated male students sit at long tables during class. An older man with gray hair and glasses looks at his tablet. A younger man with tattooed forearms looks to the professor. A man with long brown hair and a long beard raises his hand.

SLU's Prison Education Program opens minds and changes lives.

Katey Howes holds her book during an appearance on the streaming series Reading Rainbow Live.

The SLU alumna is a physical therapist turned children's book author.

Profile photo of Tim Bantle, CEO of Eddie Bauer; he has short dark hair and wears a navy casual jacket.

The SLU alumnus details how he went from philosophy major to CEO of Eddie Bauer.