After a year of online classes, SIUE has started to move back to face-to-face classes. Professors in various studies talk about what trends they are seeing as they move back into face-to-face classes.
SIUE ACCESS is currently putting on Pet Assisted Wellness Sessions to promote student wellness. Once a week, therapy dogs are brought in and students are able to sign up to come pet them.
Changes to athletic center dress codes, dining service updates and summer employment issues are brought up at the student government meeting, with announcements from Chancellor Randy Pembrook and Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs Jeffery Waple.
Several weeks ago, anti-trans stickers were found in various places around campus. The Bias Incident Response Team on campus sent out an email that outlined what had occurred and the university’s response to the incident.
The University Museum's new grant is the second it has received to identify every artifact in the museum. The Institute of Museum and Library Services has provided the $153,000 grant to help with the University Museum's three-step plan for inventorying the entire collection of more than 34,0…
Entrenched in the woods of the SIUE campus on the outskirts of Airplane field during October 7-10 was the ROTC SIUE Battalion. This past weekend, they were doing their annual field training exercises, known as FTX training drills.
Jessica Ulrich said she wasn’t interested in a leadership position when she started in the department in 2008, but has moved into it as time progressed.
Marina Bluvshtein, the Director of the Center for Adlerian Practice and Scholarship at Adler University, presented Adlerian Psychology and the psychology of belongingness to SIUE, marking the second time Adlerian Psychology has been discussed on campus since 1968 when Rudolf Dreikurs presented it.
Musical performances and a drag show on the adult stage, a dance party and amateur drag show on the teen pride stage and a kid’s zone brought fun for all ages at Metro East Pride Fest in Belleville, Illinois.
Editor's Note: The Alestle was unable to get in touch with Kim Gidley, Michael Marchal and Sherri Wu at the time of this publication.
Despite rain, a small group met at the Edwardsville Courthouse and marched through downtown Edwardsville in solidarity with Women’s Marches around the country on Oct. 2 in response to recent abortion restrictions in Texas.
After being shut down during the pandemic, the rock climbing walls in the Student Fitness Center Climbing Gym have finally reopened, bringing new joy to students who weren’t able to experience it before.
WASHINGTON — Democrats are deeply divided over how to enact President Biden’s agenda, but they agree on one thing: No one comes close to Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s acumen in muscling bills through the House.
History professor Jason Stacy has recently published his fourth book, “Spoon River America: Edgar Lee Masters and the Myth of the American Small Town.” Stacy argues that the publication of Masters’s book “Spoon River Anthology” shifted the ‘myth of the American small town’ from New England …
ORLANDO, Fla. — The bill that President Biden sees as the cornerstone of his agenda is facing pushback from an unexpected corner: a group of centrist Democrats that includes U.S. Rep. Stephanie Murphy of Winter Park.
Homecoming 2021 is back in full swing with a week of events like the golf cart parade, bonfire, Homecoming Run and Alumni Hall of Fame induction.
Campus Activity Board is putting on their first Late Night event of the semester, Late Night Carnival Craze. The event will include free food and inflatables. The event will take place from 6- 9:30 p.m on Thursday, Sept. 30 in the Goshen Lounge of the Morris University Center. Senior account…
The updated TV studio in Dunham Hall gives students the opportunity to work with current equipment and helps promote a more green and energy efficient work studio with new LED lights.
Students may have seen some changes happening in Lovejoy Library. Empty shelves may seem a bit out of the ordinary for a library, but for Lovejoy it means big updates.
President Joe Biden, visibly frustrated by the country’s inability to immunize a reluctant chunk of its population in the fight against COVID-19, said Thursday that the “time for waiting is over” as he uncorked another round of mandates that now touch many private businesses.
The National Corn-to-Ethanol Research Center provides research spaces for private companies to “refine and scale” their biofuels and offers job opportunities for students, now and in the future. They also educate people about the importance of creating bio renewables in the biotechnology space.
The Campus Activities Board will be holding auditions for the Goshen Showcase from 1-5 p.m. Monday, Sept. 13 in the Willow Room.
This year marks the 20th anniversary of the terrorist attack which killed nearly 3000 people and injured thousands more on Sept. 11, 2001. The attack on American soil brought about changes in travel, counterterrorism, government surveillance measures and increased Islamophobia.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — One of Missouri’s leading anti-abortion legislators plans to offer a bill similar to the Texas law the U.S. Supreme Court allowed to go into effect last week, which empowers citizens to enforce the state’s near-total abortion ban by suing providers and others who assist wo…
Taking place on August 21 in downtown Edwardsville, the annual Edwardsville Rotary Criterium Festival brought a warm afternoon of cycling and music for people from all over to enjoy.
WASHINGTON — President Joe Biden on Tuesday described the evacuation from Afghanistan as an “extraordinary success” even though dozens of Americans and thousands of Afghan allies were left behind, and he defended his decision to withdraw U.S. troops from the conflict.
With the discussion about affordable housing in Edwardsville growing, the city’s Human Relations Committee will be discussing the topic with local advocates today.
With new Adjunct Professor of Military Science Major Eddie Woody joining the Army ROTC program, some cadets have noticed a positive shift in the program’s culture.
Gov. J.B. Pritzker announced beginning Monday, August 30, Illinois will return to mandated masks indoors regardless of vaccination status. Pritzker and Dr. Ngozi Ezike also announced that individuals that are in high-risk settings are now required to receive the vaccine.
The SIUE School of Dental Medicine’s construction project finished up earlier this month, and the next day, the SDM began offering services in the building, which includes on-campus dental surgeries.
In order to get the most out of the SIUE experience, it’s important to know some of the university’s administrators and student representatives. Here is a brief description of each position:
In addition to the ability to attend classes at SIUE, student tuition also goes toward various other resources available on campus. Here is a brief rundown of a few of the many serves available to SIUE students.
SIUE’s Mensi Project will no longer have to rely on donations due to a bill signed by Gov. J.B. Pritzker on August 5 requiring public colleges and universities to provide free period products in all campus restrooms.
Approved on July 9 by Gov. J.B. Pritzker, House Bill 234 will require all public high schools in Illinois to include media literacy in their curriculum in the 2022-2023 school year.
The definition of “affordable housing” is based on being at most thirty percent of one’s income. Looking at the average price of housing in Edwardsville, it is often not affordable for many people with the average Edwardsville housing price being $303,662, as reported by the Intelligencer in…
Coming from a family of SIUE employees, Jeremy Spiller was hired on to join campus police after four years of service to the Madison County Sheriff’s Office.
SPRINGFIELD – The state will have new COVID-19 guidance on face coverings after the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention updated its guidance Tuesday to reflect that even individuals vaccinated against COVID-19 should wear masks while indoors in areas of the country where the viru…
SPRINGFIELD – Gov. JB Pritzker signed a bill into law Tuesday that repeals criminal penalties for people who transmit HIV to others.
SIUE received a $1.8 million grant to launch the Behavioral Health Workforce Education and Training Program, which is a partnership between social work and nursing, intended to boost the number of mental health professionals in rural and underserved areas.
Loretta Schneider had worked for SIUE’s Catering Services since 2003, and now former employees and co-workers remember her after her death.
Although SIUE’s state revenue has fluctuated throughout the past decade, the recent Fiscal Year 2020 has seen high amounts of state revenue, possibly meaning more money for SIUE in coming years.
Peter Cocuzza, former chair of the Department of Theater and Dance, has retired after 26 years at SIUE. In that time, he was involved in creating several projects, such as Xfest.
Carlos Dulcamara, a senior mass communications major from Mascoutah, Illinois, earned an honorable mention in the Mid-America Emmys. His video, “Honey Bunches of Oats Commercial,” was entered in the Craft Editor category.