Women’s History Month is celebrated in March and explores news women’s achievements
Gorillaz have released their second album of the 2020s, “Cracker Island.” Despite the non-deluxe album only being ten songs, it’s still a hit through and through.
After its reboot for the new year, the Film Society has already screened multiple movies from a wide range of creators across the world.
Members of the St. Louis area Native American community gathered at the Center for Spirituality and Sustainability to discuss the mistreatment of Indigenous people by the United States and relationship building between these two groups, both in the past and present.
Study abroad programs at SIUE allow students to further their learning by taking various kinds of trips around the world.
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Valentine’s Day is a time to celebrate all types of love, but for some, it can feel heavy. This playlist has songs for those in love, and those who are just fine being alone this year.
SIUE’s Web Radio offers students a unique experience to put on their resumes.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, the Dungeons and Dragons club only played monthly board game nights – but now they’re back with a renewed interest in their namesake.
What goes around comes around: SIUE recently hired mass communications alum Kedra Tolson as the university’s new marketing and communications executive director.
“Knock at the Cabin'' defied my expectations in the sense that it was a middle-of-the-road M. Night Shyamalan movie.
Support the Girls SIUE joined area partners to help bring its services to people experiencing homelessness in an annual outreach event.
Popularity and virality on social media are difficult to achieve, and even harder to maintain. However, some students at SIUE have found ways to capture that lightning in a bottle and keep it.
Mac DeMarco's new album, "Five Easy Hot Dogs," misses the mark in many ways and is an overwhelmingly boring and forgettable slog to listen through.
With winter hitting its stride, it’s a good time of year for warm carbs, specifically in the form of amazing sandwiches. We at The Alestle took it upon ourselves to try a variety of sandwiches in the Metro East and report back with ratings. From vegans to meat lovers, breakfast to dinner, th…
While undeniably a beautiful movie, core themes are lost due to its cast of alien characters
Donna Bardon, a therapy dog handler, takes Woody to the Edwardsville Public Library once a month.
Setting up for success can look different from person to person, but taking stock of your mental and physical health as well as career plans can be a good way to start the year.
Campus snow routes are ADA-accessible routes that are cleared first in case of snow. Here’s a map of those routes so you can get to class safely (and on time).
These may or may not be the best of 2022, but they’re our picks for our favorite songs of the past year.
Author Jaye Willis and Reginald Petty paid a visit to the Learning Resource Center to read, answer questions and sign copies of Willis’s book, "The Pandemic Prophet: A Soulistic View of the Socioeconomic Guinea Worms of Modern Minds."
From dolls and spiders to flutes and medicine bags, Native American artists showed off a wide variety of handmade artwork in the annual Cahokia Mounds Holiday Market.
The Hub hosts several pre-commencement celebrations celebrating graduating students of various backgrounds every fall and spring.
“She Said,” which chronicles the two New York Times journalists who uncovered Harvey Weinstein’s abuse, celebrates survivors and the role of journalism in holding the powerful accountable.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimate around 3.4 million Americans have active epilepsy, which presents as seizures. National Epilepsy Awareness Month will be marked at SIUE by a campaign led by the student organization New Horizons.
Alton-based band Accidentally on Purpose recently released their debut single, Perfectly Imperfect.
To celebrate their centennial founder’s week, Sigma Gamma Rho hosted a disco-themed roller skating night at the YMCA Meyer Center.
Samantha Malt and Hannah McCauley put their duet skills together in a two-hour public performance in November’s Goshen Showcase.
While Chadwick Boseman was certainly missed, “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever” paid tribute to T’Challa while paving the way forward for the powerful women of Wakanda.
Food, fun and performance made last Thursday’s Safe Zone drag bingo at Tropical Liqueurs in St. Louis a good time.
Taking place over two days, the event brought in philosophers from around the country to discuss some of their work and take criticism.
After months of preparation, the University Concert Band and the SIUE Wind Symphony are prepared to deliver a musical performance titled “Visual Inspirations.”
Fuller Dome is hosting its 19th annual Spirituality and Sustainability Awards Dinner at 7 p.m on Saturday, Oct. 22. The event will be recognizing Michelle Babb and Mary Gross for the Leadership Awards.
COVID-19 halted the event, but this semester’s students got the opportunity to attend and vote on some of their favorites which could be added to the permanent menu.
Belleville native and SIUE alum Miles Brenton played a few hours of folk tunes at 1818 Chophouse on Oct. 14.
Celebrity drama is one of my guilty pleasures, and after following the “Don’t Worry Darling” Twitter buzz for weeks, I had to see it despite its score of 38 percent on Rotten Tomatoes.
Belleville’s 39th annual chili cook-off brought crowds of people downtown over the weekend of Oct. 7 and 8.
On Oct. 7, SIUE introduced eight new sculptures which were created by both undergraduate and graduate students.
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Hedda Gabler, a play written by Henrik Ibsen in the late 1800s with a modern adaptation by Patrick Mar, is the opening performance of the academic theater season.
If you want a taste of Hawaiian culture but don’t have time to travel or even drive out of town, Poke Munch is your best bet.
In its first sustainability week, Student Government gave out tote bags, potted plants and pumpkins, hosted a clothing drive and gave students information about sustainability through QR codes.
Edwardsville Unity drew a large and diverse crowd in its inaugural Unity Fest on Oct. 1, featuring live entertainment, educational booths and a variety of activities centered around diversity, tolerance and celebrating community.
Nerds of all kinds from far and wide gathered at the Gateway Convention Center in Collinsville, Illinois for Archon 45 from Sept. 30 to Oct. 2