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The start of the school year is a time of change for a lot of SIUE community members, but newly-appointed Athletic Director Tim Hall said he has no intention of making any major changes just yet.

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Panhellenic recruitment sees new changes this year as discussions continue about the possibility of affiliated recruitment counselors in the future and with the addition of Kappa Kappa Gamma.

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July’s Board of Trustees meeting brought an unprecedented distribution of new state funds between the Edwardsville and Carbondale campuses and further talk of creating a fair distribution of recurrent funding between the two campuses. 

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 The month of June is a period of celebration for the LGBTQ community, especially in St. Louis, but with recent events and the 50th anniversary of Stonewall, tensions have been on the rise. 

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On May 29, the SIUE police received a report from Accounts Payable about alleged fraudulent activity. This is the subject of an ongoing investigation. 

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Like the typical commencement speaker, senior sociology major Amy Yates, of South Roxana, Illinois, is well-known throughout her department for her involvement and high grades. However, unlike most students, Yates balances these activities on top of being a non-traditional student and single…

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Many students graduating this May are going through the same crises — wondering what’s next for them. Fourth-year pharmacy student Sonja Bromann, of Glen Ellyn, Illinois, will speak at commencement with a speech focusing on “Where do we go from here?”

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The Faculty Association has been pushing for better wages, and with SIUE’s $27 million cash reserve, used for unexpected expenses and to pay the campus’ bills and employees, the faculty believes it is more than feasible.  

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Student Government introduced new leadership after Monday evening’s inductions at the senate meeting. While the election left many write-ins and open seats, students finally learned who their senators are for next school year.

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The mother of a child who was allegedly forced to stand naked in a locked closet as punishment at the Head Start/ Early Head Start Program classroom, in East St. Louis, Illinois, filed a lawsuit against two employees, Shavonda Willis and another defendant referred to as “Ms. Mary” in the sui…

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As podcasting continues to grow in popularity, faculty in the Mass Communications Department and administrators, have set plans in motion for the renovation of the audio labs in Dunham Hall.

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With changing student enrollment, Lovejoy Library remains the same size as it was when it was built in 1965. With limited space and funding, administrators must make difficult decisions about what resources to offer.

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The job description for most broadcast engineers surrounds technology, but Broadcasting Engineer Foreman Wayne Mills maintains a student-centered mentality. After 11 years and five months at SIUE, Mills prepares to leave the university to pursue new challenges but not without missing the students.

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Under new legislation from state Rep. Katie Stuart, D-Edwardsville, each student trustee from Edwardsville and Carbondale would have a vote on the SIU Board of Trustees. HB2239 has passed through the Illinois House and has been assigned to the Higher Education Committee. 

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A group of evangelical street preachers sharing anti-abortion, anti-LGBTQ and anti-evolution messages drew a crowd of student protestors to the Rock on Wednesday, April 24 just before noon. About 20 student protestors gathered in disagreement with the preachers despite the rain. 

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Under state Rep. Katie Stuart’s, D-Edwardsville, new legislation, both student trustees would have a vote on the SIU Board of Trustees. The bill has passed through the Illinois House and has already experienced its first reading in the Senate.