Salukis fall short to Sycamores

It was Indiana State’s shooting from beyond the arc that the Salukis couldn’t overcome. SIU(8-20,4-13 Missouri Valley Conference) led into the first half, but the Sycamores caught on fire from field-goal range and defeated the Salukis 69-46 ... Continue Reading →

New RSO embraces esoteric religions, philosophies

The religious curiosity of students may now be satisfied with the help of a new RSO. The Study of Esoteric Philosophy, esoteric meaning an idea preserved by a small group, meets weekly at the Student Center and asks members to embrace the concepts and ... Continue Reading →

Poshard explains pension reform

More money may be coming out of university employees’ pockets for pensions. In his Feb. 22 budget address, Gov. Pat Quinn indicated a reformation of the state’s pension system is needed in order to reduce the $85 billion the state owes for ... Continue Reading →

Survivors survey tornado damage

Residents seek solace through community kinship Patricia Roberts and her friend Connie Morse sat in lawn chairs in front of Roberts’ destroyed duplex Thursday, waiting for insurance adjusters. Five of the six deaths that resulted from the storms ... Continue Reading →

Salukis’ season ends with MVC loss

The Salukis are one-and-done in the Missouri Valley Conference tournament, losing 66-51 in the first round against Indiana State. The Salukis (8-23, 5-14 MVC) couldn’t hit water at the bottom of a lake in the first half against Indiana State (17-13, ... Continue Reading →

Zumba classes shake things up at the Recreation Center

A workout doesn’t have to be a grueling experience, filled with the grunts and strains of a body under pressure. Proof to this testament was seen in the Tuesday night Zumba class at the Recreation Center, where nearly 140 participants danced themselves ... Continue Reading →

‘God, Jesus or my son’ Survivors’ Stories

Keith Huke said he felt water and debris hitting him while he slept. He pulled the quilt over his face, and when he lowered it back down, the entire backside of his house was gone. “I ain’t got no back of the house, and that’s right where I’m ... Continue Reading →

Saluki Bassers team up with veterans Saturday

Members of SIUC’s bass fishing team will pair up with student veterans for a day of fishing and relaxation on Lake of Egypt Saturday. The Saluki Bassers, a Registered Student Organization, will sponsor the Third Annual Veterans Buddy Fishing Tournament ... Continue Reading →
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