Gabriel Msengi has returned to SIUE in pursuit of two master’s degrees — another step towards his ultimate goal of opening a primary care clinic in Tanzania.
After his death on Jan. 8, 2023, retired professor Jerald Bolen is remembered as a grateful person, passionate about everything in his life from his music to his family.
Following the release of video footage of the death of Tyre Nichols, the Inclusive Excellence, Education and Development Hub hosted a listening session to give members of the SIUE community a place to share their thoughts.
Last semester’s campus climate survey revealed concerns and worries people of minority groups on campus held about their safety and identity.
The name may have changed, but what was formerly known as seasonal affective disorder still impacts many people every winter.
Many faculty and staff were recently trained in the Mental Health First Aid curriculum by counseling services directors Lisa Thompson-Gibson and Jessica Ulrich.
From books to audio readings, the "Spooky Stories & Other Horrors: The Tradition of Scary Stories during the Holiday Season" exhibit at the Lovejoy Library will be sure to send shivers down your spine.
The Edwardsville main campus experienced a water outage after Facilities Management found a water main break, the repair was made several hours after the campus was notified, but campus is still under a boil order.
Rev. Starsky Wilson will discuss his work and activism at the keynote speaker at the Hub’s Martin Luther King Jr. Luncheon next week.
While thousands in Iran have died or been arrested protesting the death of Mahsa Amini, Iranian students at SIUE feel powerless to help.
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.
For his senior capstone, Max Ludwig researched the queer experience in Latin America, which is influenced by dictatorships, machismo culture and colonization.
In addition to studying bullheaded catfish and climate change, Devin Moore was able to travel to Wisconsin to intern at the National Park Service in Wisconsin.
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…
The results of a recent campus climate survey indicate that 54 percent of all faculty of color reported not feeling treated equally to their white colleagues – a troubling trend for a university that prides itself on diversity.
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 …
Academics are usually told to write and talk in a more formal tone for anything they do, but that is exactly what SIUE visiting associate professor Angel Jones is trying to challenge with her book “Street Scholar.”
The university announced the death of St. Louis native Lamoree “Moree” Moore on Dec. 2. Moore was a junior at SIUE studying towards a degree in nutrition.
A first-year student studying for his business degree died on Monday, Nov. 21 at Cardinal Glennon Children’s Hospital in St. Louis.
SIUE's campus climate survey saw hundreds of responses from students, faculty and staff, provoking questions on issues ranging from freedom of speech to diversity in hiring.
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.
SIUE’s Gender-Sexuality Alliance (GSA) began selling brownies, cookies and other baked goods during local religious figure and preacher Tom Rayborn’s visits to campus, acting as a peaceful protest and safe space for students.
Marti Elford, instructor for SIUE’s School of Education, was recently given the opportunity to travel to Finland after being recognized as a Fulbright Specialist.
Wondering when the Starbucks cart will open or why prices are going up in Dining Services? Find out more from Dennis Wobbe, the director of Dining Services.
Nicole Burbach stepped down from Student Government Vice President due to personal reasons before the Nov 7. meeting, leaving the vice presidential position open.
Lenora-Marya Anop has lived a life intertwined with music, from listening to her mother’s voice lifted in song to her own performance of Bach in Italy.
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.
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.
The Political Science Department will research terrorism and political violence in southern Illinois thanks to a grant from Homeland Security.
With persistent COVID cases and an outbreak of monkeypox, there is a lot of information. According to the pharmacy faculty, it may or may not be backed up by science.
Between the books he has published and his current position as owner of the Second Reading, John Dunphy certainly has a long history with the written word.
The School of Nursing plans on using the money to provide opportunities in education and skill building for its nursing students.
The Stephen L. and Julia Y. Hansen Humanities Fund is starting off its first year with English professor Howard Rambsy and his idea for an African American poetry database.
SIUE is partnering with the Illinois State Police, the SIU School of Law, SWIC and the city of Belleville to create the only accredited forensic science program in southern Illinois.
Local religious figure and preacher Tom Rayborn returned to campus last week after being barred from the area due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Office of International Affairs welcomed roughly 900 students from 61 different countries this semester, achieving the highest number to date.
SIUE will install dispensers for menstrual projects in some restrooms after another wave of vandalism against the Mensi Project bags hanging in all restrooms on campus.
Erin Vigneau-Dimick’s graduate class revealed their pottery exhibit at the Fuller Dome, featuring brief speeches by the students and several wall panels full of information on the history and origins of this pottery.
After their first fundraiser, the nursing anesthesiology program purchased new equipment, which will offer better visibility and allow students to train side-by-side with instructors.