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“Winter Soldier” a solid, if bloated, sequel

In the newest sub-installment of Disney’s multi-billion dollar “Avengers” franchise “Captain America: The Winter Soldier” (Rated PG-13; 136 Min.) a superb Robert Redford utters the line “Sometimes building a new world means tearing the old ... Continue Reading →

Murphy was right to be with family

Daniel Murphy plays second base for the New York Mets and is arguably one of their best players. Last season Murphy played in all but one game for the Mets and posted a .286 batting average along with 78 RBIs. This season Murphy missed the Mets’ ... Continue Reading →

Seth saves the world: There’s no rules!

Dude, I’m digging this whole anarchy thing we’re heading towards. While I’m an American through and through, I enjoy a little anarchy sometimes. It’s fun to mix things up and watch the chaos. Plus the Joker was a cool character and I’m totally ... Continue Reading →

Universities catch criticism for harassment policies

Certain policies at SIU could potentially endanger the first amendment rights of students, according to a watchdog website. Thefire.org, the website of the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education, shows SIU’s 2013-2014 non-discrimination and non-harassment ... Continue Reading →
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Burger’s film too ‘Divergent’ to make an impact

It seems counterintuitive to be upset when a movie encourages viewers to go their own way but doesn’t perfectly reflect its own source material. And yet, “Divergent” (Rated PG-13; 139 Min.) manages to loose the bite the book had by taking away ... Continue Reading →

Seth Saves the World: I’m Batman

So guess what? I’m Batman. Well, not on this planet or in this universe. But I am Batman somewhere. Especially after the findings this week of the first physical evidence of the Big Bang hint at the multiverse theory. Basically, the theory states ... Continue Reading →

Salukis close out disappointing season

Battling through injuries, reorganizing seasons plans and a brand-new coaching staff, the Salukis have been through it all, and have closed out their season at 5-25 overall. After losing key players to injuries and other medical issues, the Salukis only ... Continue Reading →

Salukis drop heartbreaker to Sycamores

After upsetting third seeded University of Northern Iowa Panthers the night before, the Salukis couldn’t continue their Cinderella run, falling in the semifinals. SIU played on Saturday for the first time since 2007 but weren’t able to get the chance ... Continue Reading →
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MVC Gallery

Photo Gallery- Missouri Valley Conference: March 7, 2014, Southern Illinois University vs. the University of Northern Iowa. All photos are the copyrighted property of the Daily Egyptian and its employees. Reproduction or usage without proper attribution ... Continue Reading →

Arch Madness underway

After months of anticipation, 10 Missouri Valley Conference teams will converge in the Gateway to the West to cement their place in conference history and a spot in the NCAA Tournament. For the next four days, Valley fans across the country will focus ... Continue Reading →

Sugar and Spice — February 28

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‘Oxymoron’ a contender for Rap Album of the Year

As Schoolboy Q would say, “YAWK YAWK YAWK YAWK!” Q’s new album, “Oxymoron,”  is an array of new energetic and hostile rap music for lovers of the genre everywhere. The rapper, whose full name is Quincy Matthew Hanley, released ... Continue Reading →

Beck shows vulnerability on ‘Morning Phase’

Singer and songwriter Beck has worn many different hats through the years, both figuratively and literally – to emote the direction he’s traveling musically. Imagine Beck in 1996 during the release of his most-recognized album, “Odelay” – a ... Continue Reading →

Stage Company prepares the last of the ‘Lovers’

With Valentine’s Day in the rearview mirror, the Stage Company is giving the final performances of a comedic take on love in the latter part of one’s life. Neil Simon’s “Last of the Red Hot Lovers” began February 14 at the Varsity Center for ... Continue Reading →

Salukis strike out Austin Peay

The Saluki baseball team defeated Austin Peay State University Tuesday while recording the most strikeouts in one game since pitching coach P.J. Finigan recorded 17 in 2005. SIU defeated the Governors 14-4 with four home runs. The Salukis took a lead ... Continue Reading →
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