Salukis drop first three matches of season

SIU volleyball won 10 percent of its sets this weekend on the way to three straight losses. The Salukis (0-3) started their season in the Illini Classic with matches against California State University, Long Beach (1-2), the No. 11 University of Illinois ... Continue Reading →

Late-game slip costs SIU

After a game-tying home run by Saluki junior catcher Matt Jones, the Salukis allowed four runs in the bottom of the eighth inning to lose to the University of Illinois baseball team 11-7. The Salukis traveled to Champaign, Ill., to face the Fighting Illini ... Continue Reading →

Student opinion questionable in fee decision

Increasing student fees is a topic that has brought an abundance of opinions from students, faculty and the Board of Trustees lately. While Board of Trustee members and Undergraduate Student Government members say the student voice is crucial in the ... Continue Reading →

SIU’s marketing efforts differ from other regional schools

As SIU continues to revamp its marketing campaign, other universities in the region are taking a different approach. In her Sept. 5 State of the University Address, Chancellor Rita Cheng said SIU should continue to tell the university’s story and learn ... Continue Reading →

SIUC crime rates vary from other state campuses

AGGRAVATED ASSAULTS, BURGLARIES PRIMARY UNIVERSITY ISSUE  The chancellor says it’s a myth that SIU is unsafe. Chancellor Rita Cheng said in her State of the University Address Sept. 5 that crime rates at SIU are normal in comparison to other similarly ... Continue Reading →

Area Institution Enrollment Changes

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Tech RSO searches for hands-on work

Some Registered Student Organizations can go overlooked, but the Tech Dawgs hope to stick out among the crowd by offering free computer assistance. The Tech Dawgs, a student organization based on information technology, offers free technological support ... Continue Reading →

Salukis can’t afford Weber

The search for the new men’s basketball coach is entering its fourth week, and there hasn’t been any word from the SIU athletic department about how the search is going. Former Illinois and SIU coach Bruce Weber reportedly has an offer to ... Continue Reading →

Tuition waiver elimination could threaten enrollment, employee recruitment

SIUC formally joined the University of Illinois and Northern Illinois University Tuesday in opposition to state legislation that would eliminate employee tuition waivers. House Bill 5531 proposes that the tuition waivers available to state university ... Continue Reading →
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