Explore the 314: St. Louis Bus Tour
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This past week I went on a bus tour with one of my classes to a couple communities in Northern St. Louis. During the trip, we learned about how various racial and socioeconomic divides have arisen throughout St. Louis and … Read More

Cherokee Street’s Best Sustainable Treats
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On the corner of a seemingly deserted block of Cherokee street lies the cutest bakery in all of St. Louis, Whisk: A Sustainable Bakeshop. Set against a demure red brick building, the electric blue door and windows of the storefront … Read More

Fashion and Foam: Northwest Coffee Roasters
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As a St. Louis native, I know a few places outside of the usual Wash U list of favorites. I will never pass up a chance to go to Kayaks or Pastaria, however, places from my pre-college life hold a … Read More

Street Style of the Week: Emma Gindy
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No one can deny that Emma Gindy’s outfit turns heads. Her black, cropped turtleneck, paired with a full-length plaid skirt and ankle boots has the vintage look that everyone has been striving for lately. You would expect such an in-style … Read More

Adventures on Cherokee Street
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It was a warm Saturday that morning on campus. It was a soothing exhale of air – and more literally, a much wanted break from the past week of classes and activities abound. And, it was the weekend that marked … Read More

Explore the 314 – Carr School
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This past week I hit my first abandoned building in St. Louis. After some research, I settled on the Carr School, an old elementary school in Northern St. Louis. The school looks dope from the outside and is in a … Read More

Five Coffee Shops for Getting Your Grind On
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      We’re well into October and things are in full swing. That means that our days are often filled with test prep, essay writing and stressing. However, I have found that seeking study solace in the coffee shops around … Read More

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