Student media fee tabled

The SIU Board of Trustees passed all proposed fees or increases at their Thursday meeting except for two; the student media and athletic fee. President Randy Dunn said the student media fee is one that needs more time for consideration. He said he wants ... Continue Reading →

Dunn front-runner for SIU president

SIU’s Board of Trustees decided  who will be the university’s eighth president in a special session Thursday, and will announce its choice Monday at 2 p.m. in Edwardsville. Trustees Roger Herrin and Donna Manering were absent for the vote. Board ... Continue Reading →

Committee takes search to university community

The hunt for a successor to university President Glenn Poshard has gone public. After Thursday’s Board of Trustees meeting, the Presidential Search Advisory Committee — led by Trustees Donna Manering and Shirley Portwood and consisting of 21 people ... Continue Reading →

Board approves quality increases for both campuses

The SIU Board of Trustees met in Springfield Thursday to approve projects to increase the quality of education at both the Carbondale and Edwardsville campuses. The board approved funding for $593,207.35 in new dental laboratory equipment at SIUE, which ... Continue Reading →

Trustees approve interim candidate

University trustees met for a brief special session Tuesday to approve several housekeeping issues, including the appointment of an interim general counsel. The SIU Board of Trustees unanimously approved Lucas Crater, who serves as associate general counsel ... Continue Reading →

Salukis win sister-school rivalry game

DeMario Phipps-Smith Daily Egyptian   The men’s basketball team defeated its sister school 71-55 in Edwardsville Tuesday to remain undefeated against the team. Freshman guard Anthony Beane Jr. scored 15 points in his first season start, and SIU-Edwardsville ... Continue Reading →

SIUC works around budget

State cuts could mean $14M funding decrease It’s likely state budget cuts will not lead to layoffs at the university. SIU President Glenn Poshard said instead, positions on campus will be left unfilled and programs will face consolidation. By May 31, ... Continue Reading →
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