St. Louis University
On the day the university president announces his intention to retire, there’s a leadership change at the board of trustees.
Charlie talks with Edward Achorn who wrote a book about the founder of the STL Cardinals, who amassed a fortune, but died a pauper; with Wall Street Journal’s Damian Paletta about the “Obama Budget Spreading the Tax Pain”; and with SLU Care Allergist Dr. Raymond Slavin about pollen season.
So what was it like to have been in the room with the new Pope when the final vote total was announced?
“This new diet that has come out is about restricting diet for two days a week, down to 500 calories for women and 600 calories for men.”
Interim Dean Tom Keefe says he was too outspoken for the job.
A banner, reading “Alums for No Confidence” was unfurled during the game.
Charlie talks with Dr. Lynn Cornelius about tanning beds for 10 year olds; with U.S. Cong. Rodney Davis of Illinois about sequestration cuts; with Dr. George Grossberg about Vitamin D, calcium and women; and with Jennifer Bird about why she opposes the Arch sales tax.
It’s finally happening! The much-feared Zombie Apocalypse becomes a reality today right here in St. Louis.
St. Louis University educator gives tips on how to make your football-watching event as “germ-free” as possible.
Rick Seiter contends they’re victims, “prostitution and addiction and a life on the streets was not a choice for any of these women.”