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SIU outfielder J.T. Weber poses for a photo on Wednesday, April 14, 2021 at Itchy Jones Stadium at SIU. Weber tied a Salukis
From the 'Sandlot' of Metropolis to the lights of Itchy Jones: JT Weber reflects on journey to SIU
By Adam Warfel, Sports Reporter • May 4, 2021
Javon Williams, Jr. (15) runs with the ball in the game against South Dakota State on Sunday, May 2, 2021 in Brookings, S.D. SIU went on to lose 26-31 against the Jackrabbits.
Jackrabbits hold off SIU to end the Salukis’ season
By Ryan Scott, Sports Reporter • May 3, 2021
Trey McDaniel (30) pitches the ball in a game against Missouri State University on Saturday, May 1, 2021, at Itchy Jones Stadium in Carbondale Ill. The Salukis took the game after sweeping the sixth inning of the game.
Pitching secures SIU first sweep over Missouri State since 2016
By Adam Warfel, Sports Reporter • May 2, 2021
A #Blackgunsmatter banner hangs in one of the booths at the Wanenmacher’s Tulsa Arms Show on April 10 and 11, 2021, in Tulsa, Okla. “I would tell Black people who are considering getting a gun to do your research to talk to people you trust people who know something about guns. Go to the gun range. Find something that fits you to for it and don’t be afraid of it,” Marc Ford, a Black gun owner, said.
'Black guns matter'
By Oreoluwa Ojewuyi, Staff Reporter • May 14, 2021
Letter to the Editor: Athlete and Activist
Letter to the Editor: Athlete and Activist
By Gwendolyn Berry, U.S. Track and Field Olympian and SIU Alum • May 7, 2021
Hailey Van Lith #10 of the Louisville Cardinals looks to pass during the second half against the Oregon Ducks in the Sweet Sixteen round of the NCAA Women
It’s not just weight rooms. NCAA is holding women athletes back from making millions.
By Luke DeCock, The News and Observer • March 30, 2021
Daily Egyptian file photo
Column: Reasons for optimism, pessimism in COVID battle
By Jerry Kruse, MD, MSPH, Dean & Provost, SIU School of Medicine • March 16, 2021
Mel Foster places her pistol into her holster at the Women
‘More American:’ Minority Communities and Gun Ownership
By Oreoluwa Ojewuyi, Staff Reporter • May 14, 2021
Sunil Basnet, an international PHD student from Nepal works in the department of chemistry on Wednesday, Feb. 3, 2021, at Southern Illinois University in Carbondale, Ill. Basnet works as a member of Dr. Sean D Moran’s research group. “In our group, we are focused on studying ultrafast dynamics occurring on biomolecules like enzymes, metalloproteins and others,” Basnet said. He said he is involved with the study of enzyme dynamics and his primary focus is to explore what kind of motions, processes, reactions, etc., occur inside the enzyme on their active site, whether it is “proton transfer, twisting motions or any other kind of electron transfer dynamics.” By using two-dimensional infrared spectroscopy to study such dynamics in femtosecond time scale, the teams’ research is enriching the scientific community with the knowledge of ultrafast dynamics. “This can in-turn help designing any specific drug that can target enzymes. Getting detailed information is always fruitful,” Basnet said.
International Student Feature: enzyme research could lead to medical advances
By Subash Kharel, Staff Photographer • March 14, 2021
Illinois State Capitol in Springfield. (TNS)
The State of abortion in Illinois and road to repeal the Parental Notification Act
By Jamilah Lewis, Staff Reporter • April 27, 2021
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