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Andrew Greenwood, assistant professor of musicology and graduate program director in the Department of Music, has been selected as one of the commencement speakers on behalf of his department after receiving two awards from the Graduate School earlier in 2019.

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While “Quad preacher” Tom Rayborn is still present on campus most Wednesdays, there will not be any more bullhorn chanting, at least for now. 

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Projects, papers and exams, on top of lack of sleep and test anxiety are hallmarks of finals season for many students. However, students don’t have to struggle alone — there are a variety of free resources on campus to help.

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After weeks of escalating protests on Wednesdays, the university held a town hall meeting to discuss Stratton Quadrangle regular “Pastor Tom” and university policies around speakers on campus.

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Next week, many students living on campus will be loading their cars up with laundry, their favorite clothes and maybe even textbooks just to speed far away from SIUE. However, heading home to family over break is not an option for some, including many international students.

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The mass communications department recently renovated an audio lab located in the lower level of Dunham Hall for students in the department.

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The Center for Student Diversity and Inclusion is hosting a donation drive to celebrate the Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service. The drive runs until Dec. 20.

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EDWARDSVILLE — While the state’s Rebuild Illinois capital plan is extensive, it excluded several Edwardsville construction projects Mayor Hal Patton had hoped the state would fund.

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Spanish professor Olga Bezhanova recently won the Medal for Contribution to Ukrainian Art and Scholarship from the Ukrainian Academy of Literature and Art.

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EDWARDSVILLE — The city’s Administrative and Community Service (ACS) Committee approved the most conservative option for recreational cannabis zoning distances after first reading and an alternative plan Tuesday.

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Some on campus, like Vice Chancellor for Administration Rich Walker, feel a personal responsibility for making the campus as eco-friendly as possible.

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In a presentation held to honor Breast Cancer Awareness Month, members of Women Exceeding Expectations shared their personal experiences and urged women to be aware of the early signs of breast cancer.

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In order to address the decline in teachers certified to teach students learning English as a second language, SIUE has recently approved the Lane Exchange program with the Universidad Gerardo Barrios in El Salvador amid safety concerns.

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Madison Reynolds, president of SIUE Students for Life, was nervous when she stepped up to the podium at a rally outside the new Metro East Planned Parenthood clinic last week, but she spoke anyway.

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When visiting St. Louis, many think of the Arch and the new Stanley Cup Champions. However, below the surface, St. Louis and the bi-state region are common sites for sex trafficking, as explained in a women’s studies presentation Friday. 

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Chancellor Randy Pembrook attended the Student Government meeting Monday evening to give feedback on a resolution SG recently passed which called for changes in the inclement weather policy at SIUE.

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The fields of science, technology, mathematics and engineering are often thought of as male-dominated, so three female STEM graduates visited campus Monday to talk to students about their experiences in the workforce.

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Community members came together to share their stories about sexual violence and assault as well as support for survivors during the Clothesline Project event in the Goshen Lounge on Tuesday.