Registration is open for the Fr. Hagan Alumni Cup on June 25 in Forest Park.
Three Jr. Bills took home winning awards for stewardship essays they wrote for the Annual Catholic Appeal.
Msgr. John Shocklee '35, a Civil Rights icon, left a lasting influence on the community.
The Summit brought together 84 students and 40 faculty from 19 Jesuit schools and 12 countries in a virtual exchange format.
The annual auction raised more than $1 million for the school's financial aid program.
Steve Walters transitions from interim coach to head coach to lead the Jr. Bills.
This National Women's Month, SLUH honors the many women who further the school's mission.
The Society of Jesus has unveiled ambitious plans for a “truth and reconciliation” initiative.
Hollywood screenwriter Mark Gunn '89 talks about the creative process in a SLUH Magazine feature.
Math teacher Frank Corley '77 shares the culmination of his sabbatical with an art exhibit.
Pandemic inspires Philip Hiblovic '21 to start regional creative collective.
Doug Auer '95 shares insights and perspectives from his remarkable journey as an artist, innovator and business owner.
How SLUH's first Asian student made his way to the U.S. and found the secret to enjoying life.
Jeff Schaefer maximizes the potential of the new Innovation Lab as a master craftsman with a selfless spirit.
The Madonna Della Strada Retreat Center will become an integral part of the SLUH Campus Ministry program after it underwent extensive renovations.
Students in Ms. Anzalone's dance classes showcase their talent with a virtual concert.
The pandemic motivated Jerry Anselmo '63 to reinvent his annual fundraiser for the BMA Foundation.
Junior Isaac Thompson, a standout wide receiver and defensive back, verbally committed to play football at Mizzou.
During the week of November 22, just prior to Thanksgiving, more than 400 students participated in Retreat Week.
SLUH relied on teamwork to finish in second place at the State meet on November 2, 2020.