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From the Editor: Print is stopping, but our journalism will continue

From the Editor: Print is stopping, but our journalism will continue

By Rana Schenke, Editor in Chief

March 25, 2020

"I expected the DE would cease printing in the near future," Editor in Chief Rana Schenke writes. "I did not expect it would stop this semester or for this reason."

Ten tips for online learning

Ten tips for online learning

By Danny Connolly, Guest Writer

March 23, 2020

Classes have started up again at SIU, except all students are on laptops and tablets instead of in classrooms.

Opinion: COVID-19 should cause us all to question our values

Opinion: COVID-19 should cause us all to question our values

By Kallie Cox, News Editor

March 23, 2020

In a culture that normally screams “Me first!” COVID-19 should leave us all questioning our values and seeking to promote communitarianism. 

“Little Fires Everywhere” and the power of adaptation

“Little Fires Everywhere” and the power of adaptation

By Kyler Guebert, Staff Reporter

March 23, 2020

From race to motherhood to the consequences of well-intentioned actions, “Little Fires Everywhere” had me hooked from the very beginning and never once let up.  To say my love for the novel influenced how I watched the first three episodes of Hulu’s adaptation of the novel would be both slightly disappointing and accurate. 

Opinion: ‘I don’t care if I have to get my diploma at 30:’ A senior’s thoughts on commencement cancellation

Opinion: ‘I don’t care if I have to get my diploma at 30:’ A senior’s thoughts on commencement cancellation

By Jacob Lorenz, Staff Reporter

March 21, 2020

"Leaving for spring break I had heard rumors the coronavirus could get out of hand and worst-case SIU would extend spring break," staff reporter Jacob Lorenz writes. "Within the span of a week everyone went from “see you after the break” to “see you never?”"

Opinion: Smiling through uncertain tears: The struggles of wedding planning in the midst of COVID-19

Opinion: Smiling through uncertain tears: The struggles of wedding planning in the midst of COVID-19

By Bethany Rentfro, Staff Reporter

March 20, 2020

"As the CDC’s urge for social distancing and limiting large gatherings becomes stronger and more serious, us brides are wondering whether we should cancel, postpone or forge ahead with our weddings," staff reporter Bethany Rentfro writes.

Gus Bode’s coronavirus survival guide

Gus Bode’s coronavirus survival guide

By Gus Bode, Staff Reporter

March 17, 2020

The coronavirus pandemic is filling the world with terror, canceling classes and events and causing a massive toilet paper shortage. It feels like the bad beginning of a PG-13 zombie apocalypse movie so here are Gus Bode’s top 10 ways to survive the corona apocalypse.

What to watch if you get quarantined for the coronavirus

What to watch if you get quarantined for the coronavirus

By Kyler Guebert, Staff Reporter

March 16, 2020

So, you’ve been quarantined because of the coronavirus and now you’re stuck at home for the next two weeks. What now? 

“The Hunt” is a fun but unsatisfying political satire

“The Hunt” is a fun but unsatisfying political satire

By Kyler Guebert, Staff Reporter

March 15, 2020

In August of 2019 “The Hunt” made headlines around the world. The film, which follows a group of “deplorables” being hunted by rich Liberal elites, received overwhelming amounts of backlash based on its premise alone. 

Editorial: Young, broke and capped at 20 hours a week, student workers struggle to get by

Editorial: Young, broke and capped at 20 hours a week, student workers struggle to get by

By Daily Egyptian Editorial Board

February 26, 2020

We’ve all heard the “struggling college student” trope and jokes about ramen noodles. But for SIU students, it’s not a joke.

Video game review: Riot Games’ “Legends of Runeterra”

Video game review: Riot Games’ “Legends of Runeterra”

By Jacob Lorenz, Staff Reporter

February 25, 2020

Riot Games recently expanded its shared universe with the release of “Legends of Runeterra.” An oddly paced, free-to-play card game that stands out from the rest of the digital card games on the market. 

Opinion: SIU’s dining halls don’t meet vegetarian or vegan needs

Opinion: SIU’s dining halls don’t meet vegetarian or vegan needs

By Keaton Yates, Staff Reporter

February 24, 2020

In the dining halls, vegans and vegetarians have one line of options that don’t meet their nutrition needs and there is no guarantee it’s vegan.

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