The "Moonstock 2017" music festival announced its full lineup of hard rock and metal bands that'll be performing at Walker's Bluff Winery in Carterville on the weekend before the August 21 solar eclipse.Read more »
Wildlife and Fishery students are raising money for fish habitat structures in hopes of reviving recreational activities on Campus Lake.Read more »
Illinois voters are giving the green light to remove criminal penalties for marijuana or legalize the drug for recreational use.Read more »
More than a dozen SIU departments and off-campus sponsors will come together Saturday to present the largest student-run service day in Carbondale.Read more »
The City of Carbondale is asking residents to participate in a community-involved marketing campaign to craft a new brand for the city.Read more »
Police on Friday arrested a Carbondale man wanted for assault on a police officer after he evaded capture for two days. Devonte Perrian, 25, was arrested on charges of aggravated battery, resisting arrest and criminal trespassing, according to a news release from the Carbondale Police Department. His...
The committee tasked with searching for the next permanent leader at the Carbondale campus has submitted four finalists to the university’s top officials.Read more »
A recent Paul Simon Public Policy Institute poll shows voters are conflicted on whether to repeal and replace the existing federal health care law.Read more »
Students in the performing arts department will bring theatre and photography together in a Friday night production to highlight society’s similarities and differences.Read more »
The university on Thursday announced Schneider Hall will not house students in the fall as part of its plan to tear down the East Campus towers.Read more »
Proposed cuts to Advanced Coal and Energy Research Center would make SIU less attractive, director says
SIU alumna and energy researcher Debalina Dasgupta’s career has come full circle. Dasgupta, who works as a researcher at the university's Advanced Coal and Energy Research Center, came to SIU from her native country of India in 2003 to earn her master’s degree in mechanical engineering. She worked...
SIU President Randy Dunn will soon outline a range of severe cuts the Carbondale campus could be forced to adopt if the state allocates no funding in the foreseeable future.Read more »