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Allyssa Kolenda, left, a freshman from Naperville studying languages, cultures and international
studies, and Josie Mitzelfelt, a freshman from Trivoli studying architecture,
walk a dog Wednesday around Campus Lake. St. Francis Community Animal Rescue &
Education, a shelter in Murphysboro, brought dogs to campus for Rover to the Rescue, an
event put together by Dawn Null, wellness coordinator at Student Health Services Wellness
Center. “I put this together to give students who are animal lovers and may have left
their pet at home a chance to relax during a stressful time before midterms,” Null said.

Students bond with animals to relieve stress

Rescued pooches of all sizes and breeds came together to boost the morale of SIU students on Wednesday at the Campus Lake Boat Dock. The St. Francis CARE animal shelter teamed up with the Wellness and Health Promotion Services to create Rover to the Rescue—an ... Continue Reading →

Moccia reflects on his tenure

Time with his family has been hard to come by for Athletic Director Mario Moccia, who just finished a month-long search for a new men’s basketball coach. But now that search is over, Moccia can go back to taking his daughter to her softball games. Moccia ... Continue Reading →
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