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Mark McCloskey and his wife Patricia McCloskey draw their firearms on protesters as they enter their neighborhood during a protest against St. Louis Mayor Lyda Krewson, in St. Louis, Missouri, June 28. For Reuters photographer Lawrence Bryant, the events of last Sunday in St. Louis, Missouri, will make him extra vigilant the next time he goes out to cover anti-racism protests that are sweeping the United States.

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 - MESSAGE FROM THE BOARD -

Out of Many One: not many words have been spoken that encapsulate the United States so well as these four – and the same can be said of American Studies. This is exactly why E Pluribus Unum, the original Latin phrase, is the name our study association bears: EPU’s main goal is to unite all American Studies students, both from the Bachelor and Master programs. By doing so, we can represent the entire student body in their interests, and provide them with ample opportunities to expand those interests. Of course, bonding among the students is a priority as well.