Saluki tennis team hopes to stun Shockers

Despite struggles, the SIU men’s tennis team remains optimistic as it heads into its conference opener against Wichita State University. The Salukis will face Wichita State Saturday at the University Courts near the SIU Arena. The Shockers have won ... Continue Reading →

Changes to come before Evansville matchup

Saluki baseball goes into a weekend series against Evansville with 71 errors this season, forcing coach Ken Henderson to make some defensive changes. “We have guys that are capable of making plays, and for whatever reason, we haven’t done that,” ... Continue Reading →

Event raises awareness of rape, sexual assault

Students who walked through the Faner Breezeway Tuesday had the opportunity to learn more about sexual assaults and rapes on campus, and how to prevent them. The “We Demand A Rape Free Campus” event brought these issues to the forefront of students’ ... Continue Reading →

Public, private schools get MAP funding

Of the $50 million Gov. Pat Quinn says he wants to put into Monetary Award Program scholarships, almost half could go to those at private universities. While MAP funds are paid for with state funds, the awards don’t just go to students at public ... Continue Reading →

Bowl & Bop provides vacation for assisted-living friends, family

Bowling balls crashed down the lanes, red and black balloons covered the dance floor and music carried through the halls of the Student Center Thursday. It was all part of the Bowl & Bop, an annual event initiated and funded by Frank Bleyer in 1980 ... Continue Reading →

Illinois online lottery sales could raise gambling rates

Illinois became the first state in the nation to provide the selling of lottery tickets online, which experts said could lead to addiction among buyers. Illinois Lottery officials said the first day of online sales, March 25, brought in more than $15,000. The ... Continue Reading →

Salukis play for a greater cause in weekend series

Though thunderstorms cancelled the non-conference match up against Saint Louis University Wednesday, the SIU softball team looks to continue its winning streak today. For a different look, the Salukis will wear pink for the annual Strike Out Cancer game ... Continue Reading →
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