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Daily Egyptian wins big at annual Illinois College Press Association awards

Daily Egyptian wins big at annual Illinois College Press Association awards

By Staff Report

February 17, 2018


Filed under Campus, News, News Briefs

The Daily Egyptian earned 25 awards Saturday at the annual Illinois College Press Association Awards. The winners were announced at the ICPA convention in Chicago, where dozens of Illinois college newspapers attended and submitted more than 1,000 entries for competition.

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One man dead, one person seriously injured after Carbondale shooting

One man dead, one person seriously injured after Carbondale shooting

By Daily Egyptian Staff

February 16, 2018


Filed under City, Crime, News

One person was killed and another injured after a shooting in Carbondale Thursday night. 

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Big Muddy Film Festival celebrates 40th anniversary

Big Muddy Film Festival celebrates 40th anniversary

By Kitt Fresa, Staff Writer

February 15, 2018


Filed under Campus, News

For the 40th year, the Big Muddy Film Festival will showcase films from all over the world for the public to enjoy for free.

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Local flower shop serves community on Valentine’s Day for 53 years

Local flower shop serves community on Valentine’s Day for 53 years

By Amelia Blakely, Campus Editor

February 14, 2018


Filed under City, News

For 53-years southern Illinois residents have been coming into Jerry’s Flower Shoppe to buy flowers and gifts for Valentine’s Day.

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USG president impeached, vote of no confidence for Chancellor Carlo Montemagno

USG president impeached, vote of no confidence for Chancellor Carlo Montemagno

By Jeremy Brown, Staff Reporter

February 14, 2018


Filed under Campus, News, Showcase

At its regularly scheduled meeting Tuesday, the Undergraduate Student Government passed a bill impeaching president Joshua Bowens and a majority vote of no confidence in Chancellor Carlo Montemagno.

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University celebrating Darwin Week

University celebrating Darwin Week

By Farrah Blaydes, Staff Writer

February 13, 2018


Filed under Campus, News

During Darwin week students and community members can participate in activities reflecting Charles Darwin’s contributions to science.

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A square’s guide to bars and drinking

A square’s guide to bars and drinking

By Jeremy Brown, Staff Writer

February 9, 2018


Filed under Campus, City, Features, News

Believe it or not, there are students at SIU that haven’t entered a bar before, nor have they had a single alcoholic drink.

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One of two student run consulting firms in the country is at SIU, offers unique experience for students

One of two student run consulting firms in the country is at SIU, offers unique experience for students

By Kitt Fresa, Staff Writer

February 7, 2018


Filed under Campus, News

Established first in 1981 as a built in internship for applied psychology students, Applied Research Consultants has had steady flow client work and business ever since its inception.

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Student to showcase movie ‘I, too, Dream American’

Student to showcase movie ‘I, too, Dream American’

By Kitt Fresa, Staff reporter

February 7, 2018


Filed under Campus, City, News

The fight for undocumented students’ rights rage on with I, too, Dream American, a film by sophomore Cinema and Photography student Tomas Cortez.

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Black History month events focus on ‘African Americans in times of war’

Black History month events focus on ‘African Americans in times of war’

By Jeremy Brown, Staff reporter

February 7, 2018


Filed under Campus, News

Several SIU organizations have scheduled 22 events for Black History month, centered around African Americans in times of war.

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Four injured after head on collision, Saturday evening

Four injured after head on collision, Saturday evening

By Staff Report

February 3, 2018


Filed under City, News

Carbondale police are investigating a two vehicle, head-on collision on the corner of south Illinois street and Saluki drive, Saturday evening. 

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Kampus Kuts serving the community for twelve years

Kampus Kuts serving the community for twelve years

By Jeremy Brown, Staff Writer

February 3, 2018


Filed under City, News

Scissors slicing through hair isn’t the only thing that can be heard in Kampus Kuts. 

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