Read recent features published in Universitas, Saint Louis University's alumni magazine, or download PDF versions of past issues.
02/03- SLU’s own infectious disease specialist has been keeping campus safe during the COVID-19 pandemic.
02/03- Dr. Alexander G. Garza (GRAD PH ’03) is the SSM Health Chief Community Health Officer and Incident Commander for the St. Louis Metropolitan Pandemic Task Force.
02/03- Dr. Jonathan Smith, SLU's chief diversity officer, draws on his activist roots to reckon with the University's past and present, and to put forth SLU's plans for a more just and equitable future for all.
02/02- SLU social justice advocates find unique ways of leveraging their research to make the world a better place.
02/02- SLU's first full semester in a COVID-19 world succeeded because of the people who made it happen. Here are seven of their stories.
06/30- Can one find meaning in a pandemic? A SLU public health professor offers his perspective on good questions and hard answers.
06/30- SLU’s president reflects on the pandemic and what lies ahead.
06/30- SLU’s renowned scientists are at the forefront of COVID-19 vaccine development.
06/30- As members of the SLU-Madrid community faced the COVID-19 crisis, their efforts showed the power of distance learning.
06/30- The novel coronavirus pandemic changed everything — including academic life at Saint Louis University.
06/30- As COVID-19 took hold, SLU’s physician practice found a new way to treat patients.
06/30- Billikens find new ways to serve during COVID-19.
03/04- SLU law professor Joel K. Goldstein is the nation's top VP expert.
03/04- SLU's freshman class is the largest and most diverse in the University's history.
03/04- The St. Louis Jesuits music group says farewell with a sold-out concert.
03/04- Jim Dean (Grad CSB '88) is the CEO of the Memphis Zoo.
03/04- SLU's Career Services focuses on preparing students for life after SLU.
03/03- For writer and coach Angela Lewis (A&S '04, Grad A&S '07), basketball is at the center of everything.
06/26- SLU alumnus W. Raymond Barrett is among a select group of U.S. business people who built from scratch two successful, unrelated international companies: Landshire and Biomedical Systems Corp.
06/26- Margaret Lazzari (A&S '75) did not imagine herself an artist when she came to SLU. But she's found success in both academia and the art world.
06/26- A SLU program helps retirees and soon-to-be retirees prayerfully plan for their next chapter in life.
06/26- More and more SLU students are expressing themselves through dance.
06/26- After nearly four decades, SLU's premier health law program continues to attract students and draw accolades.
06/26- Bees are finding refuge in urban areas — including St. Louis — and it’s good news for us all. SLU’s Dr. Gerardo Camilo and his students head into the field to collect bees and study their relationship with humans.
07/26- Eric Moraczewski (CSB ’04), executive director of the Gateway Arch Park Foundation, helps connect the St. Louis community to the Arch and the city beyond.
07/26- Now through Dec. 30, Saint Louis University Museum of Art will host “Always at the Frontier: Saint Louis University 1818-2018,” an exhibition celebrating SLU’s bicentennial.
07/26- Meet 10 of Saint Louis University’s longest-serving faculty and staff who share a devotion to mission.
07/25- From old haunts to new landmarks, streetcars to the popemobile, see what stands out about recent generations at Saint Louis University.
01/31- According to University archives, the first record of SLU students doing service is a short article in the May 13, 1927, student newspaper about medical students volunteering with the Red Cross during a flood.
01/31- The partnership supports Jesuit ministries in Belize in providing educational and human resources that nurture spiritual, physical, academic and economic health.
01/31- Established in 1959, the advanced college credit program is one of the oldest dual college credit programs in the country and the first west of the Mississippi.
01/31- Gail Miller Bisher is the club's director of communications and the first female analyst to call the club's show in 30 years.
07/07- Inside some of SLU's most interesting classes.
10/01- Thirteen strangers are chosen and instructed to live together, eat together and depend upon each other. This isn’t the next season of prime-time reality television. This is the Billiken Teacher Corps, a two-year, service-driven master’s program at Saint Louis University.
10/01- Take an in-depth look at Saint Louis University's part in the most famous exorcism of the 20th century.