SIUE veterans and military service members will soon have access to a dedicated lounge when the Military and Veteran Resource Center opens up on the second floor of the MUC sometime this fall.
Students in white lab coats and scrubs joined faculty, staff and other curious students in SIUE’s Meridian Ballroom Thursday, where Gov. J.B. Pritzker announced the release of over $10.5 million to fund the design phase of a new health sciences building.
A tweet claiming the SIUE campus is not easily accessible for students with physical disabilities recently brought awareness to the issue.
Students attended a Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration Luncheon this Wednesday where Denise Taliaferro Baszile delivered a speech and scholarships and awards were rewarded.
Late-night study sessions are soon going to become easier for students when they can visit SIUE’s second Starbucks on the first floor of Lovejoy. The new location is expected to open in March.
It’s January, and you know what that means: New Year’s resolutions. We’re two weeks into the year, so maybe your resolutions are already busted. If not, starting a new semester can throw you off that new routine! Here are a few of the most common resolutions, and how you can try to keep with…
After being anticipated for months, the grand opening of the new esports arena in Bluff Hall will be held from 2 p.m. - 4 p.m. today. The ceremony will be open to all students, faculty, staff and alumni, and food and refreshments will be provided.
After serving as a member of the University Housing staff since 2008, Mallory Sidarous was officially appointed director for University Housing after acting as interim director for six months.
Lindy Wagner was named as the new director of the Center for Student Diversity and Inclusion in an announcement on Tuesday, Jan. 14. She will officially take on the role March 2.
After more than 25 years at SIUE, Kara Shustrin stepped into a new role at the beginning of the year as the dean of students.The new dean of students position combines the responsibilities of two previous positions: associate dean/director of student conduct and associate vice chancellor for…
Less than a month after the Bias Incidence Response Team sent out an email to students denouncing an unauthorized flyer spreading misinformation surrounding transgender people, the team took to the student bouncers list yet again to describe a new incident: this time one of racist origins.
Balloons were blown up, certificates were framed, cameras were flashing and speakers were brought in to honor graduating students registered with the Office for Accessible Campus Community & Equitable Student Support.
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.
Senior mass communications major Sydney Daniel, of Adams, Tennessee, a former cheerleader and TV show host, will be one of four student speakers at graduation this Friday.
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.
Recreational marijuana use may be legal in Illinois as of Jan. 1, 2020, but use and possession of cannabis products and paraphernalia on campus will still be prohibited.
Students and staff recently found flyers posted around campus promoting the idea of autogynephilia, an outdated belief that tries to associate transgender people with sexual fetishists.
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.
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.
Changes to SIUE’s emergency closure policies could be in effect by the time students return from Thanksgiving break, according to Chancellor Randy Pembrook.
One professor’s recent experience with prejudice has sparked a campus-wide discussion among SIUE faculty about the implicit biases of students.
A computer lab in Bluff Hall is getting a fresh coat of paint to open as an esports arena next semester for recreational and competitive use by the esports club.
Education, nursing and business students at SIUE are receiving more advanced training than ever before with the Department of Teaching and Learning’s Virtual Professional Practice Lab.
Spanish professor Olga Bezhanova recently won the Medal for Contribution to Ukrainian Art and Scholarship from the Ukrainian Academy of Literature and Art.
Yusef Salaam still remembers hearing the word “guilty” echoed in a courtroom where he and the now-exonerated Central Park Five were convicted of a vicious crime they did not commit.
Some on campus, like Vice Chancellor for Administration Rich Walker, feel a personal responsibility for making the campus as eco-friendly as possible.
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.
Yusef Salaam, a member of the now-exonerated Central Park Five, will arrive on campus Nov. 4 to speak about his experiences and advocacy for others wrongfully accused.
After a period of inactivity, members of SIUE’s National Black Association for Speech-Language and Hearing chapter are revamping the organization in hopes of bringing more minorities into speech-pathology.
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.
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.
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.
Due to a growing concern of safety, what was previously called the homecoming tailgate — now called The Cougar Fan Zone — looked different this year.
On Thursday, SIUE Art Therapy Counseling took to Facebook to announce they are now one of 12 art therapy master’s programs with Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs - Accreditation Council for Art Therapy Education accreditation.
At Monday’s Student Government meeting, Dennis Wobbe, director of Dining Services, was asked about how the upcoming increase in minimum wage will impact Dining Services, which employs around 380 individuals.