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Brian Gomez, graduating with a bachelor’s degree in public health, has worked towards HIV prevention and awareness. Gomez said that when he was growing up in northern Chicago, sexual health was not talked about. He said there was a lot of stigma surrounding it.

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Alyssa Moore, who graduates this spring with degrees in fine arts and psychology, drew upon her and her friends’ struggles and connected them to Biblical themes to create modern retellings from female perspectives.

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A Yale professor and author of the section on autism in the fourth Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders — a handbook for psychologists and psychiatrists for diagnosing mental disorders — spoke about how understanding of autism has changed over time last week.

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Jacob Godoy, 17, of St. Louis pleaded guilty to one count of first-degree murder in the shooting of junior nursing major Moneer Damra, according to the Madison County State’s Attorney’s Office. 

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A federal agency has opened two investigations into the racism and hazing experienced by sophomore construction major Arluan Van Hook months after the university concluded its internal investigation.

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SIUE partnered with the East St. Louis Historical Society to present programs about East St. Louis history and the impact of Black history in the United States.

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This year’s annual Legacy outreach project focused on mental health. With restrictions from the pandemic lessening, Legacy was able to offer a more personal experience than before.

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While the twelfth TheOther40 competition takes place this year, this is the first time it’s been hosted by the Entrepreneurs' Club, which is offering $10,000 in prize money to the top three winners.

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On Monday, Feb. 7, Student Government swore in Peyton Williams as the new Senator At Large, Will Akpan was sworn in as the Senator of Business and Trent Long as the Senator of College of Arts and Sciences – People and Culture.