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Founded by students for students: Wesley Foundation food pantry helps SIU’s food-insecure

Written on August 27, 2017, as a student reporter for the Daily Egyptian at SIUC.

When the SIU Wesley Foundation food pantry opened in 2012, founder and SIU alumna Loran Morris said she didn’t realize how big the food-insecure community was on campus. 432 more words

Journalism

Cutting Africana studies sets a ‘dangerous precedent,’ department members say

As Africana studies students, faculty and staff come to terms with the administration’s recent decision to cut the program, many are taking it as a sign university leaders don’t know what students want. 677 more words

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USG discusses travel budget at first meeting of the semester

Written on September 7th, 2017 as a student reporter for the Daily Egyptian at SIUC.

During its first regularly scheduled meeting of the semester Thursday, the Undergraduate Student Government proposed its budget for this school year. 285 more words

Journalism

Property for Sale - Church Building

SOLID STONE AND BRICK BUILDING IN GOOD LOCATION

205 North Vicksburg Street, Marion, Illinois

    Currently used as church but also zoned for multi-family residential & professional office use… 222 more words

Church

Illinois Forest Road Closing for Snake, Amphibian Migrations

HARRISBURG, Ill. (AP) – A 2.5 mile-long road in southern Illinois’ Shawnee National Forest is closing Friday for an annual migration of snakes and amphibians. 131 more words

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Eclipse 2017

Well it came and it went, a year’s of anticipation gone in about 2 minutes.  Shauna had to work and thanks to the great administration at Mt. 724 more words

Matt Gholson