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Instructors show concern for Thompson Woods

By Matt Daray

May 9, 2012

Filed under Campus, News

Walking through Thompson Woods offers areas of forest teeming with life, but some parts of the campus' forest are nothing but dirt and remains of where trees once stood.These areas of the woods have been tampered with in order to ma...

Networking, Internet are best resources for job search

By Tara Kulash

May 9, 2012

Filed under Campus, News

With graduation just around the corner, some students are pressed to find a job or internship.Nathan Hentis, a senior from Red Bud studying marketing, said he started his job search about six months ago and has landed two inter...

Strategic plan drafts in final stages

By Lauren Duncan

May 9, 2012

Filed under Campus, News

The chancellor’s office is still taking input from students, faculty and staff in relation to a plan that will spell out the goals and mission of the university.It’s been more than one year since work began on a new strate...

Committees search for new deans, fresh ideas

By Tiffany Blanchette

May 7, 2012

Filed under Campus, News

As the spring semester ends, several colleges within SIUC and Library Affairs will continue to conduct candidate searches to fill dean positions.Of the university’s 11 colleges, three have new permanent deans, one has a new interim dean, who ...

Electronic voting considered for student election process

By Lauren Duncan

May 7, 2012

Filed under Campus, News

Elections for student leaders may be more accessible to students next year.A change to online voting for Undergraduate Student Government positions and the SIUC student trustee is under consideration by student election officials, Bet...

University wins grant from EPA

By Matt Daray

May 3, 2012

Filed under Campus, News

The future of environmental-friendly coal and concrete can be attributed to students and faculty of SIUC.SIUC won a $90,000 grant over a period of 18 months from the Environmental Protection Agency’s People, Prosperity and t...

Financial aid will no longer apply to previous semester

By Tara Kulash

May 1, 2012

Filed under Campus, News

Students may need to spend their refund checks more wisely.As part of an experimental program, SIU had previously been given a waiver by the U.S. Department of Education to apply future financial aid awards to past debts for stude...

Some seek more options from Student Center businesses

By Matt Daray

April 30, 2012

Filed under Campus, News

The Student Center is the central hub of campus that provides food, activities and stores used by students to accommodate their everyday lives.However, some students are upset about the lack of choice the center provides, cons...

Campus raises funds, awareness for deceased student

By Tara Kulash

April 29, 2012

Filed under Campus, News

#IAMCoreyGowin.Students are trending this on Twitter after an accident killed Corey Gowin, a sophomore at John A. Logan studying social work, who was struck by a vehicle Thursday while crossing the street in his motorized whe...

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