Saint Louis University Reveals New LogoIt's the first time in 20 years the logos have been changed.
Students Move Planned Parenthood Discussion After ConcernsVice President for Marketing and Communications Jeff Fowler says the meeting was about ``concerns coming from several places.''
Grand Kids May Be Saving Their Grandparents Lives Without Knowing ItSLU Care geriatrician Dr. Angela Sanford says people who are grandparents tend to be more active overall.
New Local Study Shows Potential Alzheimer's TreatmentA new local study examines insulin’s potential to treat dementia.
SLU Professor Searches for a Less Addictive Pain KillerDr. Daniel Salvemini was awarded nearly $400 thousand to continue her research.
Controversial Statue at SLU RelocatedThe statue, which was created in the 1800s, will now be a part of the museum's "Collection of the Western Jesuit Missions.''
Dense Breast Tissue may not be a High Cancer RiskDense breast tissue can make tumors on a mammogram tough to spot, so many women undergo additional tests. But a new study finds not all of them are at high risk for breast cancer.
Vitamin B Injections for Increased Energy Trending at SpasSaint Louis University metabolism expert Dr. Jim Shoemaker calls this a dangerous trend.
Young Woman Stabbed in Midtown St. LouisA man is in custody after a young woman was stabbed in midtown St. Louis.
University Study Hopes to Bring Answers to Gun Crime Increase"There's a concern over gangs in St. Louis," UMSL criminologist Beth Huebner says. "We do have gangs, we do have guns - they are highly related. But then there are groups of people who aren't associated with gangs, that we know of, that aren't carrying guns."
Local Study Finds We May Be Wired to Get Over Break-UpsSt. Louis University researchers find people may be hardwired to fall out of love and move on to new romantic relationships.
SLU Faculty Backs President, Will Move Forward with Disputed ArtworkSome SLU graduates threatened to yank their financial support over plans for a sculpture to appease Ferguson protesters, but the SLU Faculty Senate president thinks a better understanding has prevailed.