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Eclipse-gazers stare look up Monday, Aug. 21, 2017, as the sky darkens during the solar eclipse at Willow Farm in Makanda. (Athena Chrysanthou | @Chrysant1Athena)

Semester in Photos: Fall 2017

By Photography Staff
December 13, 2017
Fashion Design and Merchandising senior Kyndell Cole demonstrates the Jack & Jill Buck saw with forestry senior Luke Dvorak as forestry graduate student Ashley Bergman coaches on Monday, Aug. 21, 2017, outside SIU Arena. (Anna Spoerre | @annaspoerre)

SIU Forestry Club puts timber sports on display during campus eclipse festivities

By Denton 'Gio' Giovenco, Sports Editor
August 22, 2017
Georgia De-La-Garza, of Cherokee, raises her hands into the sky Monday, Aug. 21, 2017, just after the solar eclipse at Dancing Willow Farm in Makanda. “To me it means transformation,” De-La-Garza said. “Both of my children moved out so I am transforming into a single person again.” De-La-Garza said she has been mentally preparing for the eclipse for over a year. “I think everyone had their own personal experience and I will continue to seek myself inward,” De-La-Garza added. “I hope everyone takes these moments that are given to us, hold them close and do a sort of reflection.” (Athena Chrysanthou | @Chrysant1Athena)

Gallery: Southern Illinois Pagans celebrate eclipse

By Athena Chrysanthou
August 22, 2017
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Ozzy Osbourne barks at the Moonstock

By Paul Beckmeyer
August 22, 2017
Susan Petrosky, of Springfield, watches the solar eclipse through special eclipse glasses Monday, Aug. 21, 2017, outside Saluki Stadium.

Gallery: The 2017 Great American Eclipse

By Daily Egyptian Photography Staff
August 22, 2017
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Solar eclipse is totality wicked in So. Ill.

By Marnie Leonard, Gabby Pettyjohn, Kitt Fresa, Jacob Selsor, and Samantha Keebler
August 21, 2017
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Planetary Radio Live event explains eclipse

By Francois Gatimu
August 20, 2017
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