Student councils receive board update

The university’s image is still a big concern for at least one member of the Board of Trustees. Jesse Cler, SIU’s student trustee, sat in on the the Undergraduate Student Government and Graduate and Professional Student Council meetings Tuesday to ... Continue Reading →

Students discuss activity fee increase

A proposed student activity fee increase has sparked mixed reactions from the university community. Undergraduate Student Government members supported the $10 fee increase at their Oct. 23 meeting, which would put the fee at $47.70. USG Senate President ... Continue Reading →

Project Kenya works on medical clinic in Kambi

Citizens of Kambi, Kenya, will receive new resources from SIU with the construction of a library and the start of a new medical clinic. Peter Gitau, associate vice chancellor of student life and intercultural relations, who is originally from Kenya, has ... Continue Reading →

USG President looks to unite campus

Brittany Greathouse’s taste in music ranges from Frank Sinatra to genres such as R&B and country. “Anything but heavy metal,” she said. Like she gives equal attention to different types of music, the new Undergraduate Student Government ... Continue Reading →

USG votes against financial board

Members of the Undergraduate Student Government voted not to recommend a Student Organization Activity Fee Funding Board be instituted. The USG meeting Tuesday night covered the institution of a SOAF board to help allocate funds to Registered Student ... Continue Reading →

USG candidates in debate for upcoming election

Candidates for president and vice president of Undergraduate Student Government debated who was more qualified for the position Monday at the Student Center. Jeff Rusin, a freshman from Schaumburg studying business administration and political science, ... Continue Reading →

Two-week MLK celebration kicks off at Grinnell

A crowd of about 50 people chanted “Because of King, we all have a dream,” at the Freedom for All March Saturday at Grinnell Hall as they celebrated the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Starting Sunday, the two-week homage to King heightened the ... Continue Reading →
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