New funding guidelines take affect

Changes in the student-funding guidelines may make Undergraduate Student Government allocations more efficient. Treasurer Cameron Shulak, a junior from Louisville, Ky., studying aviation, said the alterations ensure fair funding and include prioritizing ... Continue Reading →

Rocky Horror (Picture Show) tradition lives on

There is only one time and place each semester where students can dress up and participate in an interactive show. The Rocky Horror Picture Show is sponsored by the Student Programming Council and takes place every semester. Don Castle, student center ... Continue Reading →

Administration proposes $90 increase in student fees

Many students would pay about $90 more in fees each semester next academic year if the Board of Trustees approves a plan administrators proposed this week. The proposed increases include $60 more for health insurance and a $10 increase in the student ... Continue Reading →

Sunset concert represents collaboration between community, university for 34 years

As the summer sun sets, turning the sky a shade of dark orange, and music begins to carry through the streets of Carbondale, residents sense it’s Sunset Concert time. The 34th Sunset Concert series began Thursday and continues every Thursday until ... Continue Reading →

Free events need funding, too

Non-profit programs target broad range of student body   Students provide vital funding needed by non-profit organizations on campus. While all students have to pay the fees that sponsor events such as Dawgs Night Out, not all students take advantage ... Continue Reading →
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