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EDWARDSVILLE — Now that the state has successfully entered its fourth phase of the Restore Illinois effort Friday, here is what that means for the city’s parks and recreation facilities, per Nate Tingley, parks and recreation director, and Trina Vetter, special events coordinator:

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This Pride Month, The Alestle offers a look back at the legalization of same-sex marriage in the state of Illinois, and one of the couples that helped pave the way for the LGBTQ community.

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Editor’s Note: Amid social justice demonstrations across the country and locally, we are reviving our “What I Wish You Knew” series. The campaign was selected two years ago to be a part of the national Poynter College Media Project. The goal is to examine misconceptions surrounding social is…

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The sudden shift to solely online learning during the spring semester proved to have challenges for many SIUE students. The pandemic has also made the summer session completely online, leaving some students to fear for their GPAs this summer. 

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As animal shelters are forced to adjust operations during the COVID-19 pandemic, they need more people to foster animals. Many have been forced to close or reduce their hours, meaning they must now rely on more people to foster the animals they care for. 

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The current pandemic can make it emotionally exhausting to stay informed. Here’s some good news that has occurred while we’ve been trying to flatten the curve.

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Being away from friends and family can be hard enough, but when it’s too cold or rainy to get outside, things can feel much worse. We at The Alestle feel the same pain, and often find ourselves craving an escape from dark reality. Here are a few songs that remind us there are better days ahe…

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The Windy City has made its mark on the music world by being home to a successful rock scene, with bands such as Whitney, Twin Peaks, Dehd and many others touring the world and selling thousands of records. Chicago-based band Deeper adds to this legacy. Deeper released their sophomore album,…

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Across the United States, over 6 million people have filed for unemployment benefits as the pandemic continues to close businesses, shut people at home and put industries on hold. In the music industry, record production has been postponed, concerts are canceled and musicians are out of thei…

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While creating and sticking to a routine may be challenging for some students, it can be helpful to maintain one’s health, according to healthcare professionals. 

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In light of the recent stay-at-home order placed on the citizens of Illinois, new challenges regarding social connection and interaction are affecting students and faculty of universities.

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   Toxic masculinity and sexual violence can mean different things to all genders. Dynamic reporting duo John McGowan and Isobel Abbott-Dethrow offer their takes on a panel from the Prevention Education and Advocacy Center tackling toxic masculinity and sexual violence held on Friday, March 3. 

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Glass work is one of the most precise mediums of art and has been around for thousands of years. The St. Louis area is home to a few local glass artists, including Sam Stang. Stang demonstrated the range of his profession during a visit to SIUE's glass studio in the Art and Design Building o…

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 In an experimental mix of live piano, electronic sounds, animation, graphic design and dance, “Chaos Magick”, an Arts and Issues event, entranced audiences at its debut performance Thursday, January 30th in Dunham Hall. 

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Sydney Krehbiel has come a long way as a writer in her eight years at SIUE, and she wants to help other SIUE students discover the worlds of creative writing.

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The Boy Scouts of America’s Greater St. Louis Area Council hosted their annual University of Scouting event on campus this Saturday, Jan. 18th in the Morris University Center, with classes spread throughout Science East and Peck Hall.

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For students who would like to volunteer their time but don’t know how to find organizations or causes that are the right fit for them, there are many resources to help.

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Often, memories are marked by music: we’ll never forget the song that was on when we watched the Blues win the Cup, the ballad playing through the car speakers as we had our first kiss, the one that wraps up our favorite movie as the credits begin rolling. So, it only makes sense that we com…

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Ladies and gentlemen, it is truly the most wonderful time of the year. ‘Tis the season to be holly, jolly and turnt. If you listen to our podcast, “Alestle After Hours,” then you know I love Christmas music. Christmas music brings a certain joy to my heart that cannot be described. I want to…

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For some people, the holidays can be a special kind of hell. Don’t get me wrong, I love Christmas music — providing it’s actually after Thanksgiving.

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With no homework or tests to worry about, the month-long winter break can sometimes be a bit boring. However, these holiday shots are a perfect pick-me-up for anybody (who is of legal drinking age) looking to have some fun at a holiday party between now and the start of the spring semester.