Professor works to save Everglades

Everglades National Park is one of the largest habitats of biodiversity in the U.S., home to species like the American alligator, Florida panther and manatee. But the region has been greatly affected by the pollution and farming of humans. In 2000, Congress ... Continue Reading →

The most wonderful time of the year

As of 3:30 p.m. Thursday, three NCAA Tournament games were complete. All three games were upsets. Thursday through Sunday is the most exciting time of the year for me. It’s constant basketball and every game is a crapshoot. I always find myself skipping ... Continue Reading →

SIU take nine straight

The SIU women’s tennis team traveled to Florida and came away with three more victories Tuesday through Friday to extend its winning streak to nine and its season record to 9-1. The Salukis are coming off their first Intercollegiate Tennis Association ... Continue Reading →

Deodorant can’t fix this pit

Here’s a question. What do livestock, humans and Lake Michigan all have in common? They all stand the chance of being swallowed by Earth. Picture that. A huge hole that just shows up out of nowhere and engulfs anything within its radius. While this ... Continue Reading →
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