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Ducks Sold as Seasonal Pets at Soulard

Ducks Sold as Seasonal Pets at Soulard

April 10, 2012

Michele Logan, of St. Louis, decides what duckling she wants to take home Saturday at the Soulard Farmers Market in St. Louis. When asked why she was buying a duckling, Logan said, "Because they're so precious, they wanted to go home with me." Logan said once the duckling grew up, she would bring it...

Staying afloat

Staying afloat

April 4, 2012

Cadet David Frey, a freshman from Canton studying mechanical engineering, swims while keeping his firearm out of the water Wednesday during the Army ROTC Battalion’s Combat Water Survival Training at the Edward J. Shea Natatorium. The training included building a personal flotation device using the ...

Walking to remember

Walking to remember

April 1, 2012

Daniel Ordonez, left, a freshman from Chicago studying aviation technology, hands Amanda Phillips, of Carbondale, a water Sunday as she participates in the first walk-a-thon for John T. Warren outside Pulliam Hall. The goal of the walk, held by Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity Inc., was to bring awareness to e...

Friendly Fire

Friendly Fire

March 29, 2012

Chad Deaton, of Stonefort, and a wildlife biologist for the U.S. Forest Service, keeps watch on a prescribed burn Wednesday in Ava. One of the burn's objectives was to restore the forest to it's natural state and reduce fuel loads from previous years' storms. Read More »...

Paint it back to black

Paint it back to black

March 27, 2012

Volunteers help repaint the Christian H. Moe Theater Monday in the Communications Building. The team was covering up white paint used in the student production of the play “Crave,” which ended Sunday. The set was made completely white by hanging fabric on the walls and painting the floor. Read Mo...

Life on the Rocks

March 26, 2012

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Picking on the Porch

Picking on the Porch

March 26, 2012

Nick Apple, of Carbondale, plays the banjo on his friend's porch Sunday on South Forest Street. Apple said he bought his banjo at a pawn shop about a year ago and has been playing since. Read More »...

Standing for the first time

Standing for the first time

March 22, 2012

Amelia Stratman, left, a senior from Fairview Heights studying equine science, and horseback riding instructor Anne Corbin help Lillie, the second foal born during March, stand up Thursday morning at the SIUC Equine Center. Lillie’s mother, Lotus, watched her newborn while she rested after 30 minutes o...

A new day

March 19, 2012

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Another use for strength

Another use for strength

March 6, 2012

Members of the SIU football team lift part of a fallen tree Tuesday at the Shawnee Hills Golf Course in Harrisburg. The team volunteered its time to help clean up the course, which was littered with debris and fallen trees from Wednesday's tornado. "I love it and the community needs it," said senior fullb...

Governor shows support for Harrisburg

Governor shows support for Harrisburg

March 5, 2012

Gov. Pat Quinn congratulates Harrisburg High School basketball player Capel Henshaw Saturday following the team’s victory over Pinckneyville at the Duff-Kingston Gymnasium in El Dorado. Henshaw led Harrisburg with a total of 22 points. The Bulldogs will face Breese Central High School at Super-Sec...

Commissioned to Create

Commissioned to Create

February 28, 2012

Nick Apple, of Northbrook, works on a mural Monday on the front of The Premier Lounge, a Carbondale nightclub. Apple said he has recently been hired to paint murals for multiple businesses in town. “I like getting paid to mess up people’s walls,” Apple said. Read More »...

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