In the hopes of getting kids excited about reading and physical activity, JewelRide is collaborating with the Edwardsville Public Library to host the Books for Bikes summer reading challenge.
If you’re looking for something to do this summer, Wildey Theatre has several events going on throughout the summer for people of all ages.
With great costuming and set design, SIUE’s Theater’s production of “Much Ado About Nothing” creates a unique and timeless adaptation of one of Shakespeare’s most well-known plays.
With eight scenic stops in Edwardsville and Glen Carbon, the Edwardsville Children’s Museum’s garden tour allowed gardeners to show off gardens that were 20 years in the making.
On June 25 and 26, St. Louis is bringing back its annual PrideFest after two years of absence. This event will include live music, booths and a parade to celebrate the LGBTQ+ community.
SIUE’s ‘Study Abroad’ academic experience is a course designed to earn students the same credits they would earn towards their degree, internationally.
After training for years in Filipino Martial Arts and Jeet Kune Do, Kevin Cannon, chair of the Criminal Justice department, has used his skills to offer private lessons to artists in exchange for tattoos.
Taking place on June 3 and 4, Collinsville’s Horseradish Festival brought the community together for a day of live music, games and rides. The city which is nicknamed the “horseradish capital of the world” hosted its 35th festival.
After two years of not being able to host the festival due to the pandemic, St. Boniface Catholic Church hosted its 35th Bonifest on June 6.
With crowd surfing, intense effects and a new double album announcement, the Blame Canada tour’s stop in St. Louis was exciting from start to finish.
Ashaleah, of Wellness with Ashaleah in St. Louis, led a mantra and guided meditation with a gong bath and crystal singing bowls as part of the Fuller Dome’s bimonthly sound healing.
You may hear Wagyu and think of impossibly expensive beef, but Sneaky’s Burger Truck provides an affordable taste of fullblood American Wagyu in one of the best burgers in town.
The Muslim Student Association is hosting a Fast-a-thon Dinner, where both Muslim and non-Muslim students are invited to break fast together.
SIUE is home to six green roofs, spread across four buildings, which serve as both a research area to improve the performance of green infrastructure and a way to benefit sustainability.
Best-selling author Charles Bosworth and defense attorney Joel Schwartz will be coming to SIUE to talk about their co-written book “Bone Deep.” They will be discussing their book at the book talk and following up the event with a book signing.
Young East St. Louis men learned how to cut hair and received job training at a recent event with the help of SIUE Outreach.
“Restroom,” a short film directed, written, edited and produced by mass communications instructor Cory Byers, is a horror film set in the women’s bathroom on the first floor of Dunham Hall.
As long as SIUE has existed, female faculty have taught and worked here. From the seven original faculty members who taught in 1957, to the female faculty who make up 60 percent of the SIUE workforce, women have helped shape SIUE’s history.
Cougar World Games returned to the Rec Center for the first time in two years, with tables representing Guatemala, Peru, Vietnam, Spain and India.
In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, a new way has emerged for members of the SIUE community to express their appreciation for one another.
Nobody should be surprised that Robert Pattinson delivered as the newest Batman given his experience playing an angsty, brooding character with a flair for the dramatic.
CORRECTION: In a previous version of this article, a photo cutline about ‘The Protest Scene’ should have indicated that it was intended to highlight Black men and women killed by police.
“Life Sucks” featured a small cast, but managed to bring comedy and realism to the stage with a modernized adaptation of “Uncle Vanya,” a 19th-century play.
Three escape rooms are making their way to Lovejoy Library in the form of a haunted basement, museum heist and “Fahrenheit 451.”
Three new restaurants are coming to Edwardsville within 2022 and early 2023: Blue Violet, a New American restaurant, Drunken Fish, a sushi restaurant, and Kimchi Guys, a Korean fried chicken restaurant.
Waves, Braids n Curls Hair Show celebrated the beauty and diversity in Black hair, as well as highlighting students who are hairstylists, barbers and business owners.
SIUE Tandem is a club for students who enjoy learning new languages with others, which has recently been revamped under the leadership of a graduate student.
Art from the late alumnus Arthur Towata is on display now at the Jacoby Arts Center in Alton after a delay due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Valentine’s Day is quickly approaching and it can be difficult to think of something unique to do with your partner. Whether you want to just spend some quality time together or experience something new, this list has something for everyone.
After a roughly two year hiatus, indie artist Mitski is back. Her music still carries the same emotional relevance as ever, but with noticeable new influences of folk and electronic music.
This year’s Annual Student Juried Art Show featured 80 exhibits out of almost 200 submissions, with pieces inspired by beauty standards, mental health and self-identity.
Howard Rambsy, professor of English, was recently granted the title of Distinguished Research Professor. Rambsy is the first Black professor to be given this title.
“The Legend of Vox Machina” is a fun show for fans, but has too many references for the newcomers the team was trying to market to.