Former SIU quarterback finds new dog house

Du Quoin native Nick Hill has worn a few different team colors since wearing the Saluki maroon and will now bear the black and white of the Carbondale Community High School Terriers. On July 18, Hill was named head football coach for the high school. ... Continue Reading →

University program hosts Brazilian teachers

A group of South American teachers have come to the U.S. as students. The university was chosen as one of 18 in 15 states to host the Brazilian English Teachers Program. The first 30 of 540 teachers arrived Jan. 14 and will stay six weeks. Kevan Self, ... Continue Reading →

SIU staff conduct high school summer camp

Dissecting tadpoles, analyzing water samples, and coring trees were some of the hands-on learning experiences Egyptian High School students were taught by more than a dozen university faculty and students during a two-week summer camp. The camp, called ... Continue Reading →

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Section dropped from ACT may affect high school students

The elimination of the mandatory ACT Writing Test in Illinois high schools may not affect student admission to SIU, but students interested in other universities may need to take the exam twice. After the Illinois State Board of Education decided in 2011 ... Continue Reading →
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