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Man arrested after harassing woman in Morris Library

Man arrested after harassing woman in Morris Library

By Brian Muñoz

October 31, 2017


Filed under Campus, Crime, More Headlines, News

A man has been arrested after harassing students at Morris Library, according to SIU Department of Public Safety chief Benjamin Newman.  

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University Museum slated to reopen by Jan. 1

University Museum slated to reopen by Jan. 1

By Amelia Blakely

October 26, 2017


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In his State of the University speech in September, Chancellor Carlo Montemagno announced the University Museum will be reopening by Jan. 1.

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For the love of death: art history professor brings passion for ancient funeral culture to SIU

For the love of death: art history professor brings passion for ancient funeral culture to SIU

By Kitt Fresa

October 26, 2017


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A scholar of ancient art history and Roman sarcophagi, Mont Allen was fathered by an Olympian and raised on a U.S. Army base in Germany. Now he teaches classics and art history at SIU to impart the knowledge he’s learned throughout his life in academia.

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Students say chancellor’s vision survey doesn’t take their opinions into account

Students say chancellor’s vision survey doesn’t take their opinions into account

By Cory Ray

October 25, 2017


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Though Chancellor Carlo Montemagno sent out a vision survey to the community during the month of September to get opinions about the direction in which the university should go, some students don't think their opinions were actually considered by the administration.

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Campus community ‘utterly frustrated’ by the chancellor’s plan to restructure the university

Campus community ‘utterly frustrated’ by the chancellor’s plan to restructure the university

By Cory Ray

October 25, 2017


Filed under More Headlines, Showcase

When speaking to Chancellor Carlo Montemagno regarding his plan to restructure the university, many students and faculty say they are beginning to feel like their opinions are falling on deaf ears. During a speech Montemagno gave last week on campus about his academic shake up, he spoke of the value...

Dung in the dorms: Serial pooper strikes Abbott Hall laundry room

Dung in the dorms: Serial pooper strikes Abbott Hall laundry room

By Josie Arnett

October 25, 2017


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A bowel movement bandit has been prowling the lower level laundry room in Abbott Hall, leaving several residents to find fecal matter on clothes they left in washing machines. 

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Scientist to talk about the gap between academics and the public on campus Wednesday

Scientist to talk about the gap between academics and the public on campus Wednesday

By Amelia Blakely

October 24, 2017


Filed under Campus, More Headlines, News

Cartoonist and roboticist Jorge Cham will discuss the divide between researchers and the public in his lecture titled “The Science Gap” from 3 to 4 p.m. Wednesday at Guyon Auditorium in Morris Library.

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