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The top three winners, Evan Huddleston, Kelsie Jennings and Jess Grygus win the trivia night with over 13,000 points on Feb. 3, 2021.

60 in 60 Black History Month Trivia

By Madison Taylor, Staff Photographer
February 4, 2021
Fernando Sanchez, a senior majoring in art, works on a tattoo Nov. 4, 2020, in Carbondale Ill. Sanchez said that he originally started as an engineering major but decided to study drawing instead. “I view this as another art form because at school I’m a fine artist. It’s a really nice opportunity to challenge myself with another type of canvas but still sustain myself as an artist,” Sanchez said.

Photo of the Day: Tattoo as an art

By Madison Taylor, Staff Photographer
November 6, 2020
Maria Cavral, a freshman, plays “Spooky Saluki Bingo” in the Student Center Oct. 28, 2020, in Carbondale Ill. “I came to this because I was tired of being in the dorms and this was something to do and have fun with friends,” Cavral said.

Photo of the Day: Spooky Saluki Bingo

By Madison Taylor, Staff Photographer
October 29, 2020
Yuening Zhao, a second year PhD student, gets a flu shot at the SIU Health Center Flu Shot Clinic Friday, Oct. 16, 2020, at the Student Services Building in Carbondale, Ill. “I never had a flu shot ever since I became an adult. This year, I feel like because a lot of the COVID symptoms might be similar to a regular flu, I was thinking just in case,” Zhao said.  As flu season approaches researchers are worried there will be peaks of flu and COVID-19 cases at the same time according to

Photo of the Day: COVID-19 or Flu?

By Madison Taylor, Staff Photographer
October 16, 2020
Tattoo artist, Matt Stanton, rests at his booth in between appointments on Thursday Sept. 17, 2020 in Carbondale Illinois. Artistic minds is currently only taking customers by appointment on Tuesday - Saturday 12pm - 8pm. “In the new place we’ve gone to handless soap dispensers and have started social distancing. We’re appointment only too. We’ve pretty much already been doing most of the other stuff to begin with. Keeping things sterile, cleaning in between appointments, wearing masks, that kinda thing,” Stanton said.

Local tattoo shops take on pandemic

By Madison Taylor, Staff Reporter
September 29, 2020
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