The file: Wednesday, September 14, 2022

Wednesday, September 14, 2022

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Squirrels and the Metropolis

Elizabeth Carlen, a postdoctoral fellow on the college’s Residing Earth Collaborative, is learning how city life adjustments native populations of jap grey squirrels.

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Squirrels and the City


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How to avoid injury at the gym

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Railroad strike could hit St. Louis industries supply chain, experts say

St. Louis Publish-Dispatch

WashU’s Cohan, early in efforts to secure basketball courts in the STL’s largest parks

St. Louis Public Radio

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Revisiting predictions made early in Biden’s tenure on clean energy and climate

We’re not but two years into President Joe Biden’s time period, and his clear power and local weather accomplishments have been extraordinary, says arts and science geophysicist Michael Wysession.


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Who knew WashU?

Query: The Kemper is the oldest artwork museum west of the Mississippi River. When was it created?

A) 1868B) 1881VS) 1904D) 1927

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