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Keynote address in Student Center can ‘make [goals and dreams] a reality’

Keynote address in Student Center can ‘make [goals and dreams] a reality’

By Tierra Carpenter

August 29, 2017


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Keynote speaker Mitch Matthews will host his “Big Dream Gathering” at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday in the Student Center Ballroom D to help students, faculty and alumni “make [goals and dreams] a reality,” according to the event flyer.

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Salsa dancers spin at Sabor on Saturdays

Salsa dancers spin at Sabor on Saturdays

By Joe McLaughlin

August 29, 2017


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Every Saturday night, a restaurant on the Carbondale Strip comes alive with the sounds of congas, bongos, horns, guitar and maracas — the rhythms of salsa.

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Professor spotlight: Izumi Shimada

Professor spotlight: Izumi Shimada

By Joe McLaughlin

August 29, 2017


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The Daily Egyptian is publishing a series of Q&As to feature professors in different fields throughout the university. This is the first in that series; meet Izumi Shimada, a professor in the anthropology department.

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Cutting Africana studies sets a ‘dangerous precedent,’ department members say

Cutting Africana studies sets a ‘dangerous precedent,’ department members say

By Amelia Blakely

August 29, 2017


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As Africana studies students, faculty and staff come to terms with the administration's recent decision to cut the program, many are taking it as a sign university leaders don't know what students want.

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Man charged for early morning arson

Man charged for early morning arson

By Staff report

August 28, 2017


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Carbondale police said Monday a man has been arrested and charged with aggravated arson following a house fire Sunday morning.

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Carbondale police arrest suspect in stabbing

Carbondale police arrest suspect in stabbing

By Staff report

August 28, 2017


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Carbondale police said Monday they have charged a suspect with aggravated battery and attempted murder following a stabbing that occurred Sunday morning about two miles from campus.

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Founded by students for students: Wesley Foundation food pantry helps SIU’s food-insecure

Founded by students for students: Wesley Foundation food pantry helps SIU’s food-insecure

By Amelia Blakely

August 27, 2017


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When the SIU Wesley Foundation food pantry opened in 2014, founder and SIU alumna Loran Morris said she didn’t realize how big the food-insecure community was on campus.

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Police investigate Sunday morning stabbing in Carbondale

Police investigate Sunday morning stabbing in Carbondale

By Staff report

August 27, 2017


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Carbondale police are investigating after a person was stabbed early Sunday morning about two miles from campus. The person was stabbed during an argument in the 400 block of East Sycamore Street, according to a news release sent by the department. Officers responded to the area at 4:22 a.m. and...

‘This is a part of our life’: Two rival high school football teams celebrate 100th game

‘This is a part of our life’: Two rival high school football teams celebrate 100th game

By Samantha Keebler

August 25, 2017


Filed under More Headlines, Showcase

Two area high school football teams continued a decades-long rivalry Friday night as the Carbondale Terriers and the Murphysboro Red Devils matched up for their 100th game since the feud began in 1921.

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City to see increased police presence during Solar Bear weekend

City to see increased police presence during Solar Bear weekend

By Francois Gatimu

August 25, 2017


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Campus and city officials are joining forces to prepare for Solar Bear, the annual mass student party event that marks the first weekend of the fall semester.

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Power through for workout gains

Power through for workout gains

By Cory Ray

August 23, 2017


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It happens every year: people flock to the gym excited to begin their resolutions to work out consistently — but after only a few short weeks, many of those people stop going.

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