Trustee teams with Senator at campus rally

A group of students rallied on the south side of Anthony Hall Tuesday afternoon to support several candidates in Wednesday’s and Thursday’s campus-wide elections. Student Trustee Jesse Cler has dealt with his name being removed from the ballot twice ... Continue Reading →

Young adults hesitant to vote in next election

 Many disappointed in Obama’s performance, say change has not taken place Although the population of eligible voters has grown over the past decade, young voters still show little interest in the upcoming election. A recent poll from Harvard University’s ... Continue Reading →

Green Party candidate shares views on energy

The Green Party candidate for the Illinois 12th Congressional District said she wants to end fossil fuel use . Paula Bradshaw, the Green Party candidate from Carbondale, said she is heading her campaign by addressing the issues of renewable energy, improved ... Continue Reading →

Student trustee focused on student voice

Newly-elected Jesse Cler says honesty is what he will bring to office as a member of the SIU Board of Trustees. Cler, a junior from Penfield studying agribusiness economics and plant and soil sciences, was elected Thursday to represent Carbondale on the ... Continue Reading →

Political analyst predicts Romney for Republican win

It’s still too early to predict the 2012 presidential election, says political analyst Charlie Cook. Cook, a leading election analyst who edits and publishes the Cook Political Report, spoke Monday at the SIU Student Center Auditorium on “Forecasting ... Continue Reading →
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