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Wednesday, April 7, 2021

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Lunar New Year Festival: The show goes on

While their annual showcase celebrating Asian culture and the Lunar New Year couldn’t happen in person this year due to the pandemic, members of the Lunar New Year Festival refused to give up. Instead, they pivoted to create their first virtual show. The production premiered on YouTube last month and is available online.

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Lunar New Year Festival: The show goes on




‘The Last Ghetto’

4 p.m. Wednesday, April 7



Green recovery and climate solutions

5–6:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 7



Black Girlhood Studies: Nikki Jones

Noon Thursday, April 8

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An extraordinary winning streak for religion at the Supreme Court

The New York Times

Phillips’ poem ‘As From a Quiver of Arrows’ republished

The Atlantic

America needs a more resilient medical supply chain, but self-sufficiency isn’t the answer

St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Virus variants can elude antibodies, suggesting need for COVID vaccine booster shots

St. Louis Public Radio

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Each of three COVID-19 vaccines provides effective protection against serious illness

Rachel Presti, MD, PhD, an infectious diseases physician who led the School of Medicine’s participation in the Johnson & Johnson/Janssen COVID-19 vaccine trial, encourages members of the public to take the first vaccine available to them.

School of Medicine

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