USG five for six on allocations

The Undergraduate Student Government approved every funding proposal except one during its Tuesday meeting. USG approved funding for groups such as Chi Alpha, Saluki Thon and InterVarsity Christian Fellowship, but Alpha Kappa Psi, a co-ed business fraternity, ... Continue Reading →

Machine prompts FDA response

A controversial but unique vending machine at a Pennsylvania university will not be controlled by the Food and Drug Administration, but some SIU staff have reservations about its contents. On Wednesday, FDA officials said the administration will not regulate ... Continue Reading →

Student work-school balance a fine line

Clance Cook Daily Egyptian   All work and no play may make Jack a dull boy, but many students work full-time while they attend school, according to a 2011 census report. The report concludes that 20 percent of undergraduate student workers worked full-time ... Continue Reading →

USG addresses RSO, student involvement

An Undergraduate Student Government Senator addressed Registered Student Organization participation in council meetings during the group’s first semester meeting Tuesday. Adrian Miller, a sophomore from Carbondale studying political science and a USG ... Continue Reading →
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