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CARBONDALE, Ill. -- Testing individuals for COVID-19 is a major part of the ongoing effort to control the virus’ spread, and faculty at Southern Illinois University Carbondale are stepping forward to provide a key ingredient needed for the tests. more
Carson Florkowski, Robinson, was named to the spring University of Kentucky College of Arts and Sciences Dean’s List.During this term, Florkowski was majoring in Biology.More than 2,610 … more
VINCENNES — There is an increasing demand for healthcare professionals and Vincennes University is helping meet an important workforce need by offering a new online bachelor’s degree in Health Care Services Administration this fall. more
LAWRENCEVILLE — The City of Lawrenceville is facing a total bummer of a summer, without even a bang on the Fourth of July. more
CARBONDALE — Many animals rely on quickness or flashy, top-end speed to stay out of a predator’s way or to avoid encountering humans encroaching on their territory. But for one animal in particular – the aptly named sloth – a hasty retreat is not an option. more
LAWRENCEVILLE — With these trying times of uncertainty, many small, family owned, local businesses have had to close down. more
VINCENNES, — When Vincennes University shifted to remote learning for the remainder of the spring semester, lab instructor Cassidy Strange immediately leaped into action. more
More than $200,000 has gone to help area residents further their educations at Lincoln Trail College courtesy of the LTC Foundation and various donors this year. more
Southeastern Illinois Community Foundation is now accepting grant applications from organizations providing services to senior citizens, children, victims of domestic violence, or individuals needing mental health services. more
VINCENNES — Many students have noticed the new and colorful French Quarter Apartments located along Second Street. Vincennes University broke ground in October of 2019 and managed to complete enough of the project to have students moving in by the start of Fall 2020 classes. The apartments aren’t all the way finished, but so far they are an eye-catching addition to VU. more
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