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Saluki quarterback, Stone Labanowitz, looks for the open man during Saturday’s game at Saluki Stadium on March 20, 2021. SIU lost to South Dakota State by the score of 44-3.

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April 7, 2021
Saluki safety Qua Brown, 24, and linebacker Bryce Notree, 54, chase down the Jackrabbits' quarterback during Saturday’s game at Saluki Stadium on March 20, 2021. SIU lost to South Dakota State by the score of 44-3.

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April 15, 2021
SIU’s defense smothers the Panthers’ running game during Saturday’s home game win by the score of 17-16, Saturday, March 13, 2021.

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April 15, 2021
Saluki defenders Qua Brown, #24, and Bryce Notree, #54, help stop the Panthers’ running game during SIU’s 17-16 win over Northern Iowa University at Saluki stadium on Saturday, March 13, 2021.

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April 15, 2021
Saluki defensive end Anthony Knighton tackles Panthers running back Dom Williams during the SIU’s 17-16 win at Saluki stadium on Saturday, March 13, 2021.

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April 15, 2021
Salukis running back Justin Strong tries to get past the reach of Panthers defender Nick McCabe during the SIU’s 17-16 win at Saluki stadium on Saturday, March 13, 2021.

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April 15, 2021
Saluki defensive end Chucky Sullivan chases Panthers QB Will McElvain during the Saluki’s 17-16 win at Saluki stadium on Saturday, March 13, 2021.

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April 5, 2021
Saluki cornerback James Ceasar brings down Panthers wide receiver Tyson Kershaw during Saturday’s game at Saluki stadium.  SIU eked out the win 17-16.

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March 13, 2021
A State Capitol police officer stands watch in front of boarded up windows at the Illinois State Capitol building on Saturday in Springfield.  The FBI released a memo recently to law enforcement agencies across the country warning about potential violent protests at all 50 state capitols after the deadly mob attack on the U.S. Capitol last week.

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March 13, 2021
Ashley Ramos, a member of the nonprofit organization Back the Blue, which supports members of law enforcement and first responders, stands outside of the Illinois State Capitol building, protesting the recently signed police reform bill, Springfield, IL, Saturday, January 16, 2021.

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March 13, 2021
A sign outside fo the Illinois State Capitol building reminding citizens that “Illinois Law Prohibits Open Carry of Firearms,” Springfield, IL, Saturday, January 16, 2021.

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March 13, 2021
Ashley Ramos, a member of the nonprofit organization Back the Blue, which supports members of law enforcement and first responders, stands outside of the Illinois State Capitol building, protesting the recently signed police reform bill, Springfield, IL, Saturday, January 16, 2021.

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March 13, 2021
Workers board up windows at the Illinois State Capitol building on Saturday in Springfield in preparation for anticipated violence leading up to Biden’s inauguration.  The FBI released a memo recently to law enforcement agencies across the country warning about potential violent protests at all 50 state capitols after the deadly mob attack on the U.S. Capitol last week.

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March 13, 2021
Workers board up windows at the Illinois State Capitol building on Saturday in Springfield in preparation for anticipated violence leading up to Biden’s inauguration.  The FBI released a memo recently to law enforcement agencies across the country warning about potential violent protests at all 50 state capitols after the deadly mob attack on the U.S. Capitol last week.

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March 13, 2021
Workers board up windows at the Illinois State Capitol building on Saturday in Springfield in preparation for anticipated violence leading up to Biden’s inauguration.  The FBI released a memo recently to law enforcement agencies across the country warning about potential violent protests at all 50 state capitols after the deadly mob attack on the U.S. Capitol last week.

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March 13, 2021
Workers board up windows at the Illinois State Capitol building on Saturday in Springfield in preparation for anticipated violence leading up to Biden’s inauguration.  The FBI released a memo recently to law enforcement agencies across the country warning about potential violent protests at all 50 state capitols after the deadly mob attack on the U.S. Capitol last week.

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March 13, 2021
Workers board up windows at the Illinois State Capitol building on Saturday in Springfield in preparation for anticipated violence leading up to Biden’s inauguration.  The FBI released a memo recently to law enforcement agencies across the country warning about potential violent protests at all 50 state capitols after the deadly mob attack on the U.S. Capitol last week.

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March 13, 2021
Carbondale Middle School students socially distance during a music class, Carbondale, IL, Friday, November 13, 2020.

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March 13, 2021
Carbondale Middle School students socially distance during a music class, Carbondale, IL, Friday, November 13, 2020.
Because of the Covid-19 pandemic, the Carbondale school district began the school year with remote learning but then resumed in-person learning at the end of October.  Two weeks later, the school district decided to return to remote learning due to the surge in cases in the past ten days, both in Illinois and nationally.

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March 13, 2021
Carbondale Middle School student Neviah L. plays basketball during P.E. class, Carbondale, IL, Friday, November 13, 2020.

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March 13, 2021
A sign on a locker reminds students to socially distance at Carbondale Middle School Nov. 13, 2020.

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March 13, 2021
An Illinois State Board of Education sign on the front door of the Carbondale Middle School instructs anyone entering that face masks are required, Friday, November 13, 2020.

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March 13, 2021
After the last day of in-person learning, Carbondale Middle School students are sent home with school lunches, Friday, November 13, 2020.

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March 13, 2021
Students at Carbondale Middle School change classes, while adhering to social distancing rules, on the last day of in-person learning Nov. 13, 2020.
Because of the Covid-19 pandemic, the Carbondale school district began the school year with remote learning but then resumed in-person learning at the end of October. Two weeks later, the school district decided to return to remote learning due to the surge in cases in the past ten days, both in Illinois and nationally.

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March 13, 2021
Carbondale Middle School student Hayden M. drinks from a plastic water bottle after gym class on the last day of in-person learning at the school, Friday, November 13, 2020.

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March 13, 2021
Students at the Carbondale Middle School, Alexi K., Nath W. and Marley S. participate in games during their physical education class on the last day of in-person learning, Friday, November 13, 2020.
Because of the Covid-19 pandemic, the Carbondale school district began the school year with remote learning but then resumed in-person learning at the end of October.  Two weeks later, the school district decided to return to remote learning due to the surge in cases in the past ten days, both in Illinois and nationally.

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March 13, 2021
Carbondale Middle School students, Elise N., left, and Alice S., play a game during a Physical Education class on the last day of in-person learning, Friday, November 13, 2020.

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March 13, 2021
Second year Physical Education and Social Studies teacher, Tyler Mink gets Phoenix G. and his classmates started on a game of touch football at Carbondale Middle School, on the last day of in-person learning, Friday, November 13, 2020.

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March 13, 2021
As part of the safety measures in place during the Covid-19 pandemic, a sign on the door to the main office of the Carbondale Middle School instructs visitors to stop in for a body temperature screening before being allowed to enter the school, Carbondale, IL, Friday, November 13, 2020.

Angel Chevrestt // @sobrofotos

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March 13, 2021
At Carbondale Middle School, an Illinois State Board of Education sign on a classroom door instructs anyone entering that face masks are required, Friday, November 13, 2020.

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March 13, 2021
Carbondale Middle School chorus and show choir teacher, Jessica Murphy, conducts class, while adhering to social distancing guidelines on the last day of in-person learning, Friday, November 13, 2020.
Because of the Covid-19 pandemic, the Carbondale school district began the school year with remote learning but then resumed in-person learning at the end of October.  Two weeks later, the school district decided to return to remote learning due to the surge in cases in the past ten days, both in Illinois and nationally.

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March 13, 2021
Carbondale Middle School physical education teacher, Coach Haley Karayiannas, center, chats with her socially distanced students on the last day of in-person learning, Friday, November 13, 2020.

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March 13, 2021
Students at Carbondale Middle School, from left: Hayden M.; Nath W.; Alexi K.; and, Marley S. participate in games during their physical education class on the last day of in-person learning, Friday, November 13, 2020.

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March 13, 2021
Carbondale Middle School students, Alliyah T., left, and Neviah L., play basketball during a physical education class on the last day of in-person learning, Carbondale, IL, Friday, November 13, 2020.

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March 13, 2021
Various local activist group band together to protest against the status quo in American politics on the day after the election, Wednesday, November 4, 2020, in Carbondale, IL.  The group of around 40 protesters marched from the town square pavilion to the US General Services Administration building and then back to the pavilion.

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March 13, 2021
Various local activist group band together to protest against the status quo in American politics on the day after the election, Wednesday, November 4, 2020, in Carbondale, IL.  The group of around 40 protesters marched from the town square pavilion to the US General Services Administration building and then back to the pavilion.

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March 13, 2021
SIU Cinema and Advertising student, Tómas Cortez, carries a Mexican flag as he marches with members of local activist groups to protest against the status quo in American politics on the day after the election, Wednesday, November 4, 2020, in Carbondale, IL.  Cortez, 21, and the group of around 40 protesters marched from the town square pavilion to the US General Services Administration building and then back to the pavilion.

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March 13, 2021
Co-founder of the Southern Illinois Unity Coalition, Nancy Maxwell, addresses a group of about 40 protestors during a rally against the status quo in American politics, organized by various local activist groups on the day after the election, Wednesday, November 4, 2020, in Carbondale, IL.  Maxwell said black people have been in a pandemic for 400 years and,

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March 13, 2021
SIU student Liam Reinier, 18, of West Des Moines, Iowa, listens to a speaker during a rally against the status quo in American politics, organized by various local activist groups on the day after the election, Wednesday, November 4, 2020, in Carbondale, IL.

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March 13, 2021
Last-minute voters wait in line at the Jackson County Courthouse in Murphysboro on election day, Tuesday, Nov. 3, 2020.

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March 13, 2021
Poll workers help last-minute voters at the Jackson County Courthouse in Murphysboro on election day, Tuesday, Nov. 3, 2020.

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March 13, 2021
Last-minute voters wait in line at the Jackson County Courthouse in Murphysboro on election day, Tuesday, Nov. 3, 2020.

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March 13, 2021
Last-minute voters wait in line at the Jackson County Courthouse in Murphysboro on election day, Tuesday, Nov. 3, 2020.

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March 13, 2021
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