JAMIE EADER | DAILY EGYPTIAN

Dairy-infused yoga

Kelly Neville, Yoga Instructor at the Recreation Center leads Yoga and Yogurt, a summer program put on by SIU Extended Campus and the Recreation Center. Megan Campbell, graduate assistant for SIU Extended Campus (far left), and Amber Manning-Ouellette ... Continue Reading →
BRANDA MITCHELL · DAILY EGYPTIAN

Making a ‘new’ kahala

Tim Needham, of Herrin, applies caulk to a letter while installing the sign at the new location of New Kahala. Foam Features, the company Needham works for, located in Herrin, designs and manufactures 3-D signs. New Kahala is preparing for its grand ... Continue Reading →
Cheri Reader, of Steamwood, tries out the beeswax jelly made by Annie Broyles, of Paducah, Ky.,who spoke on Saturday at the Heartland Apicultural Society conference.
KETURAH TANNER · DAILY EGYPTIAN

Beekeepers make a beeline for SIU

This past weekend bee experts, beginners and fans alike swarmed to Carbondale to attend the 2014 Heartland Apicultural Society Beekeeping Conference. The event was created by the HAS in 2001 with the purpose to bring the beekeepers together for education, ... Continue Reading →
KETURAH TANNER · DAILY EGYPTIAN

Class big hit with students

Jessica Reed, a senior studying aviation from Schaumburg, hits a pitch thrown by Julia Valley, an assistant professor in the Kinesiology department, during a kinesiology softball class Wednesday. The class meets twice a week and learns aspects of the ... Continue Reading →
Kourtland Bidinger, a student at Parrish School in Carbondale, shares a victory dance with freshman receiver Jimmy Jones at the Saluki Kids Academy camp last week.
JAMIE EADER· DAILY EGYPTIAN

Kids academy scores with local students

Most kids do not get the chance to learn about football from Division I players, but for one day, 35 local area grade school students got the chance. The football clinic was part of the Saluki Kids Academy, a literacy camp for striving readers in the ... Continue Reading →
KETURAH TANNER · DAILY EGYPTIAN

Teacher takes the lead

Kara Lovelace, of Carbondale, grimaces after pushing in the side of her piece while Stephanie Dukat, a second-year graduate student studying ceramics from Buffalo, N.Y., demonstrates how to smooth over errors during Tuesday’s class. Sarah Greer, also ... Continue Reading →
KETURAH TANNER · DAILY EGYPTIAN

Eco camp builds and knowledge

Torrie Withrow, a senior from Wayne City studying outdoor recreation, demonstrates to Maggie Bathgatt-Duram how to build a mound fire during one of Touch of Nature’s Eco Camps Tuesday. A mound fire is built on a tarp with a dirt base so it will not ... Continue Reading →
JAMIE EADER · DAILY EGYPTIAN

Blue Lightning at Street Machine Nationals

People from all generations flooded the Du Quoin State Fairgrounds all weekend to celebrate one thing: their love for cars. The 2014 Car Craft Street Machine Nationals, which was Friday through Sunday, continues to provide a place for car lovers to gather ... Continue Reading →
KETURAH TANNER · DAILY EGYPTIAN

Storm redirects soccer stream

A crowd gathers in the Student Center Tuesday to watch Belgium’s 2-1 victory against the United States during the FIFA World Cup. The crowd gathered around a laptop to watch a live stream after the Student Center’s satellite signal was lost during ... Continue Reading →
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Sailing club endures rough waters

A handful of longtime sailors are trying to keep the tradition of sailing alive and well as economic strains have taken a toll on the southern Illinois sailing community in recent years. “This is kind of what we do to keep it from dying,” said Bob ... Continue Reading →
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Young boy recouping from brain surgery

Most children pass the summer months playing outside, but one southern Illinois boy has spent his time recovering from brain surgery in a hospital bed. Charlie Patrick, a 4-year-old from Energy, has been at St. Louis Children’s Hospital since May. ... Continue Reading →
KETURAH TANNER · DAILY EGYPTIAN

Showtime at Saluki Stadium

A crowd gathers Tuesday night at Saluki Stadium for a free movie night. SIU Extended Campus partnered with Saluki Athletics for their first free movie night, showing “Divergent,” at 7 p.m. “I heard about the movie through posters and decided to ... Continue Reading →
KETURAH TANNER · DAILY EGYPTIAN

Splashing in the summer

Boston Robbins, 8, and Keenon Lindsey, 11, both from Carbondale, run through the water fountains Wednesday at Attucks Park. Robbins and Lindsey came with their grandmother to cool off from the hot day. “This is the first time we’ve been here and ... Continue Reading →
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Dance teacher celebrates

Anoa Jones, the newest member of the Southern Illinois West African Drum Ensemble, dances in front of the Student Services Building Tuesday. Jones is dancing a celebration dance native to West Africa. Jones will be teaching West African dance classes ... Continue Reading →
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