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An EF3 tornado hit one of the buildings at the Edwardsville Amazon Distribution Center, trapping at least 50 employees inside Friday Dec. 10. An EF5 is the strongest ranking for tornadoes.

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For many college students, university is the first time they are making their own money and paying their own bills. Credit cards can be a positive tool for some, but could cause long-term damage to others. Several experts weigh in on credit cards and financial literacy. 

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The Competitive Graduate Award, which waive tuition for a year and comes with a $984 stipend, were given to 19 students this year from a variety of disciplines.

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Vice Chancellor for University Advancement and the CEO of the Foundation at SIUE Rachel Stack has worked at SIUE since 2014. She will be retiring effective June 2022 after a long tenure at SIUE with the foundation.

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Inspired by the popular show “Squid Game,” Evergreen Hall hosted Squid Game for students with games from the show, as well as safer alternatives.

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The philosophy department will be hosting an author and podcast host to discuss allies and racial injustice at their annual Undergraduate Philosophy Conference. Myisha Cherry, assistant professor of philosophy at the University of California, Riverside, will deliver her speech “Rage Renegade…

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Philosophy and architecture don’t always mix, but they did for Buckminster Fuller. And, in 1968, he was commissioned to build the Fuller Dome on campus, which serves as SIUE’s Center for Spirituality and Sustainability. 50 years later, the dome is still campus staple, and plenty of work is s…

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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.

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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…