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Photo of the Day: Squirreling Around

A squirrel scavenges for food near Lentz dinning hall on Saturday, Feb. 29, 2020 at SIU.

By Jared Treece, Photographer

March 3, 2020

A squirrel scavenges for food near Lentz dining hall on Saturday, Feb. 29 at SIU.

Photo of the Day: Music at the market

Stefan Santiago, from Makanda Illinois, sings and plays guitar for the crowd attending the Carbondale Community Farmers Market. The market was help at Carbondale Community High School on Saturday, February 29, 2020.

By Nicole Tillberg, Staff Photographer

February 29, 2020

Stefan Santiago, from Makanda, Illinois, sings and plays guitar for the crowd attending the Carbondale Community Farmers Market. The market was held at Carbondale Community High School on Saturday, Feb. 29, 2020.

Sweetheart serenade: Phi Mu Alpha performs for newly engaged couple

Kazz White (right), a member of Phi Mu Alpha, hugs his  fiancé, Ben Wingerter (left) after the  members of Phi Mu Alpha finish their serenade on Saturday, Feb. 15.

By Rana Schenke and Keaton Yates

February 16, 2020

Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, SIU’s music fraternity, has performed at hospitals, nursing homes and Saluki Stadium, but on Saturday evening, the brothers gathered to serenade a special couple: fellow Sinfonian Kazzarian Ravine White and his fiancé, Ben Wingerter.

Photo of the Day: Branches in the sleet

Although not an evergreen tree, this little tree is standing tall for a chilly Valentines day.

By Everett Gariepy, Staff Photographer

February 14, 2020

Although not an evergreen tree, this little tree is standing tall for a chilly Valentine's Day at Evergreen park.

Photo of the Day: Campus critter sighting

A doe stands attentively at the edge of the woods surrounding Campus Lake on Monday, February 10, 2020, on the SIU campus, Carbondale IL.

By Ana Luiza Jacome, Staff Photographer

February 12, 2020

A doe stands attentively at the edge of the woods surrounding Campus Lake on Monday, Feb. 10 on the SIU campus, Carbondale IL.

Photo of the Day: Between the Flags

“Between the Flags”
SIU’s chancellor John Dunn addresses the crowd at SIU’s International Festival Proclamation on Monday, Feb. 10, 2020 at the Student Center.  Jared Treece @bisalo

By Jared Treece, Photographer

February 11, 2020

SIU’s chancellor John Dunn addresses the crowd at SIU’s International Festival Proclamation on Monday, Feb. 10, 2020 at the Student Center.

Gallery: Zuzu Acrobats perform at SIU

SIU kicks off Black History Month with a performance from the ZuZu Acrobats in Shryock Auditorium on Monday, Feb. 3, 2020 at SIU.

By Daily Egyptian Photography Staff

February 4, 2020

The Zuzu Acrobats performed at SIU on Monday as part of the kickoff events for Black History Month.

The return of light: Southern Illinois pagans celebrate Imbolc

Attendees participate in a chant to the goddess Brigid during the Imbolc ceremony on Saturday, Feb. 1 at the Gaia House in Carbondale. Brigid is the goddess of healing, fertility and creative inspiration.

By Kallie Cox, News Editor

February 2, 2020

Over 50 people crowded into the Gaia house on Saturday carrying red candles to perform a healing ritual in observance of Imbolc.

Gallery: Polar Bear 2020

Partygoers mingle at a Polar Bear gathering Saturday, Jan. 25 at the Beta Chi house on Cherry St in Carbondale.

By Elizabeth Biernacki and Rana Schenke

January 26, 2020

Partygoers chose to celebrate Polar Bear 2020 in different ways; some at bars and clubs, some at house parties and even a few at paint parties.

Video: What is Polar Bear?

Partygoers yell to the crowd during a Polar Bear gathering on Saturday, Jan 26, 2019, on West Main Street in Carbondale.

By Jared Treece, Staff Photographer

January 23, 2020

A Carbondale tradition for 19 years, Polar Bear has a reputation for cheap drinks and big parties. But do you know which Carbondale business started the unofficial holiday and why?

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