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Literary festival hosts New York author

The guest speaker attending the Devil’s Kitchen Literary Festival is not unlike many SIU students. Her resume however, includes being published by the Guardian and Vice, among others. The 15th-annual festival, hosted by Grassroots magazine, will begin ... Continue Reading →

‘Fury’ is innovative and compelling

World War II is a widely overused staple of the war film genre. Hollywood has had its struggles finding new angles to show an important part of human history. “Fury” (Rated R; 134 min) finds a unique way to tell the story of the second World War. “Fury” ... Continue Reading →
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Pumpkin frenzy

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Agnew family suffers two football setbacks

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Malcolm Agnew to miss homecoming game

Saluki football will be without its leading rusher for Saturday’s Homecoming game. SIU football coach Dale Lennon announced at his Monday press conference senior running back Malcolm Agnew will miss the game against Indiana State with a foot injury. Lennon ... Continue Reading →

Ray Agnew waived by Browns

The Cleveland Browns and a former Saluki parted ways on Monday. Cleveland’s General Manager Ray Farmer announced the team waived former SIU fullback Ray Agnew and signed fullback Kiero Small from its practice team. Agnew had 2 receptions for 15 ... Continue Reading →

Chicago high school students visit art facilities.

The art of glass blowing dates back to the Roman Empire and ancient Egypt. Today, Salukis and high school students alike are using it to increase opportunities for their futures. Ten high school students from Chicago toured art and design facilities, ... Continue Reading →

“Fury” is innovative and compelling

World War II is a widely overused staple of the war genre in film. Hollywood has had its struggles finding new angles to show an important part of human history. “Fury” (Rated R; 134 min) finds a unique way to tell the story of the second World War. “Fury” ... Continue Reading →
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Keep calm and keep bees

Kenny Fisher’s name still appears on the staff schedule on a whiteboard at the United States Department of Agriculture service center in Murphysboro, though “permanent vacation” is written next to it. Fisher retired in June 2013 after working at ... Continue Reading →
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Salukis’ playoff window closing, not shut

Qualifying for the Football Championship Subdivision playoffs is a task with simple requirements: win your conference or seven Division I games. SIU football sits at 5-3 on the season and fifth in the Missouri Valley Conference. With back-to-back losses ... Continue Reading →
Senior Sadie Darnell competes in the White 6K Race Saturday during the Indiana State University Pre-National Invitational at LaVern Gibson Championship Cross Country Course in Terre Haute, Ind. Darnell took 40th place out of 214 with a time of 22:38.8. Darnell said she helps the freshmen, including her sister Claire, in developing to take over for the seniors on the team. The Salukis, who are the reigning Missouri Valley Conference champions, will defend the men’s and women’s titles at the MVC Championships Nov. 1 in Carbondale.
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SIU cross-country, a family affair

Sports teams tend to act as family and this year, part of the women’s cross-country team actually is. Senior Sadie Darnell has been on the team since 2011. Last season, she led the team to its first conference title since 1992 and became an All-MVC ... Continue Reading →

Peace Prize spotlights children’s rights

The 2014 Nobel Peace Prize was awarded to Malala Yousafzai from Pakistan and Kailash Satyarthi from India, the Norwegian Nobel Committee announced earlier this month. Both defenders of children’s rights, Satyarthi has focused on child trafficking and ... Continue Reading →

‘Dracula Untold’ should have been left untold

Original concepts are untested ground to big budget studios. Untested ground is the possibility of losing money. Because of this, film is going through a stage of franchising anything with sequel potential. “Dracula Untold” (PG-13; 92 min) is a casualty ... Continue Reading →

Music In Motion festival promotes future musicianship

Countless hours of marching, standing at attention, playing and holding an instrument are just some of the things that go into a high school marching band’s preparation for a show. The Music in Motion festival was held on Saturday at Saluki Stadium. ... Continue Reading →

Illinois facing another fiscal challenge

Illinois has taken strides to correct its budget deficit in recent years, but the tax debate is coming back up. A presentation held in the Saluki Stadium Club Suites on Thursday helped illustrate Illinois’ financial situation. The Paul Simon Public ... Continue Reading →
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