Morris Library begins to regain books

Volumes of educational texts are on their way to becoming part of Morris Library’s book collection again. The library staff has started to move books and shelves from storage in the McLafferty Annex to the basement floor of Morris Library. A majority ... Continue Reading →

‘Weeknd’ parties as music industry falls to pieces

Hear that sound on the Internet? It’s the death knell of the music industry. It’s been pretty easy to read the writing on the wall for a while now about where the music business is going. With album sales down and digital consumption (either legal ... Continue Reading →

‘Cabin’ offers good moments, but no escape from bad horror

Lest we ever forget that most horror films are highly conventional, we now have “The Cabin in the Woods” to mercilessly drill the point home. The latest offering from genre maven Joss Whedon (who produced and co-wrote) and up-and-comer Drew Goddard ... Continue Reading →

Players battle at Egypt Wars

Weekend tournament brings together gamers The Carbondale Civic Center chambers saw many battles during the weekend. Whole armies rose and fell, the depths of ancient castles were plumbed and fantastic beasts were felled. Of course, they could have all ... Continue Reading →

Baseball swept by Dallas Baptist

Freshman right-hander Sam Coonrod’s pitching could have given the Salukis a victory Saturday, but the bullpen couldn’t keep Dallas Baptist off the board as the Salukis squandered their chance to avoid a sweep. Sophomore relievers Tyler Dray and ... Continue Reading →

Clinic provides learning experience for coaches

Area high school football coaches had an opportunity to learn from their peers Saturday at the Saluki Football Spring Clinic. The event, put on by SIU coach Dale Lennon and his staff, offered a chance for the coaches to see how a Saluki football practice ... Continue Reading →

Flying Salukis to defend national title

Team looks for more success during 50th anniversary For more than three hours a day, SIU’s Flying Salukis practice their landing, navigation and computer skills to prepare for this year’s national competition. Last year, for the first time since 1984, ... Continue Reading →

Native Americans celebrate to educate

Members of Native American tribes came from across the country to celebrate their heritage and teach about their cultural traditions Friday and Saturday in the Southern Illinois Saluki Pow Wow 2012. The Native American Student Organization, which was ... Continue Reading →
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