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“He died helping others just as he had lived his whole life,” father and friends of Tim Beaty reflect on his life

“He died helping others just as he had lived his whole life,” father and friends of Tim Beaty reflect on his life

By Kitt Fresa, Features Editor

April 5, 2018


Filed under City, News, Showcase

Father of Tim Beaty said two years after his sons death, he has begun to feel closure and necessary justice served by the jury's verdict which found Travis Tyler guilty on March 27.

Dawg talk with Dodd: Bell not satisfied with 2017-18 basketball season

Dawg talk with Dodd: Bell not satisfied with 2017-18 basketball season

By Nathan Dodd, Sports Editor

April 4, 2018


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Tommy Bell, SIU's Director of Athletics, appears to be at the end of his rope when it comes to the current state of the men's basketball program.

From escaping Nazi-Germany to teaching at SIU: The story of Kris Juul

From escaping Nazi-Germany to teaching at SIU: The story of Kris Juul

By Kitt Fresa and Amelia Blakely

March 29, 2018


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Kris Juul, a 94-year-old Norwegian veteran, Nazi-Germany refugee, and former SIU professor will be the first ever Allied soldier to be honored by the Honor Flight Network.

Chancellor held reorganization dinner for supporting faculty

Chancellor held reorganization dinner for supporting faculty

By Jeremy Brown, Staff Writer

March 28, 2018


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Chancellor Carlo Montemagno held a dinner for faculty members in support of his reorganization plan in late January, according to documents obtained by the Daily Egyptian.

Former USG president impeached after winning appeal hearing for voting inaccuracies

Former USG president impeached after winning appeal hearing for voting inaccuracies

By Amelia Blakely, Campus Editor

March 27, 2018


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At a special Undergraduate Student Government meeting Monday night the USG Senate voted to impeach former USG President Joshua Bowens for the second time.

Gallery: “To make a difference, we must take a stand,” March for Our Lives

Gallery: “To make a difference, we must take a stand,” March for Our Lives

By Brian Munoz, Photography and Multimedia Editor

March 24, 2018


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Maria Maring, left, and Alexis Jones, both of Carbondale, march down Main Street on Saturday, March 24, 2018, during the "March for Our Lives" demonstration in downtown Carbondale. Organizers called on lawmakers to create stricter gun laws and to "stop the fear in schools."

Faculty Senate President Kathy Chwalisz steps down

Faculty Senate President Kathy Chwalisz steps down

By Amelia Blakely, Campus Editor

March 20, 2018


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At Tuesday's regularly scheduled Faculty Senate, meeting it was announced Kathleen Chwalisz was stepping down as president of the Faculty Senate.

Gallery: Murphysboro celebrates St. Patrick’s Day

Gallery: Murphysboro celebrates St. Patrick’s Day

By Reagan Gavin and Athena Chrysanthou

March 17, 2018


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Members of the southern Illinois community celebrated St. Patrick's Day in Murphysboro.

Impeached USG president begins rally for social and racial injustices on campus

Impeached USG president begins rally for social and racial injustices on campus

By Jeremy Brown, Staff Writer

February 27, 2018


Filed under News, Showcase

Former Undergraduate Student Government President Joshua Bowens held a rally in front of Morris Library Tuesday, speaking about social and racial injustices on campus.

SIU chancellor used university money to move daughter’s home

SIU chancellor used university money to move daughter’s home

By Anna Spoerre, Staff Reporter

February 20, 2018


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The second home moved by SIU Chancellor Carlo Montemagno with university moving expenses was one in which his daughter and son-in-law resided.

‘We want to keep his memory alive,’ Varughese family mourn son with sense of peace

‘We want to keep his memory alive,’ Varughese family mourn son with sense of peace

By Amelia Blakely and Kitt Fresa

February 17, 2018


Filed under City, News, Showcase

Lovely and Mathew Varughese walked through dense woodland Friday, following the last steps their son Pravin took before he was found dead four years ago.

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