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While the pandemic isn’t over yet, with restrictions lightening, SIUE’s public health experts look back on the last few years’ impact on SIUE.

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To answer questions about SIUE’s new logo, The Alestle talked to Heather Kniffel, Creative Director and former interim Executive Director of University Marketing and Communications.  

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As the semester winds down and students count the days until winter break, seniors graduating this December are beginning to mark each of their “lasts” at SIUE. The last research paper, the last exam, the last club meeting, the last time they sprint to their car praying to beat parking servi…

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On Monday, Dec. 5, Student Government unanimously elected Fatimot Onanusi, a senior nursing major from Lagos, Nigeria, to serve as the new Student Government vice president after Nicole Burbach had to step down due to personal reasons. Onanusi had been serving as a senator for the school of …

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The Criminal Justice Department has a new scholarship for current students called “The Ryan K. Marten Memorial Scholarship.” The scholarship was created in memory of criminal justice alumni Ryan Marten.

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Freshman and aspiring criminal justice major Morgen Schroeder of Jerseyville, Illinois, died in his home last week from a life-long condition.

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On Wednesday, Oct. 12, over 60 staff and faculty members came together to participate in the first Global Zone International Student Ally Training Program. This program educates people on how to support the rising number of international students on campus. 

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EDWARDSVILLE — The Alestle, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville’s student news organization, recently won four national awards during the 101st annual Associated Collegiate Press/College Media Association National College Media Convention.

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The 24-hour fundraiser for Leaps of Love in Highland, Illinois, featured 25 teams of race cars, food vendors, live entertainment and bounce houses for the kids. 

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Local religious figure and preacher Tom Rayborn returned to campus last week after being barred from the area due to the COVID-19 pandemic.