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- The south entrance to the Natural History Building has a new statue - a life size mammoth. Appropriate for Illinois, these magnificent creatures were native to the region until they went extinct about 13,000 years ago, around the same time as humans first came to the what is now Illinois. Photo by... Read full story Meet our New Mammoth!
- SESE Sophomore Sakshi Vaya was a finalist in the Reimagine Our Future Sustainability Competition - her project “Jeevatva – Bringing Waste into the Cycle of Use”. View her work and that of the other finalists at https://reimagine... Read full story ESES major Sakshi Vaya a Sustainability Finalist
- Two mounds on the Louisiana State University campus may be the oldest known structures in the Americas, with their oldest layers being 11,000 years old. Stratigraphic analysis and carbon dating of ash layers suggest that the mounds were built and used, at least intermittently, over thousands of... Read full story Are these mounds the oldest human-made structures in the Americas?