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Grant Williams, future woman’s soccer coach, poses at the Lew Hartzog Track and Field complex, Tuesday, Oct. 2, 2018. (Isabel Miller | @IsabelMillerDE)

Meet SIU’s ‘Soccer Skipper’

By Adam Warfel, Sports Reporter
October 3, 2018
Freshman sprinter Shafiqua Maloney races in the 4x100-meter relay Saturday, March 25, 2017, during the Bill Cornell Classic in Carbondale. The Salukis won the women's relay by about two seconds. (Morgan Timms | @Morgan_Timms)

Southern puts up strong performance at Music City Challenge

By Dillon Gilliland, Sports Reporter
February 11, 2018
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University’s credit rating drops to junk

By Bill Lukitsch
April 20, 2017
Infielders Ryan Sabo, Will Farmer, Connor Kopach and Logan Blackfan watch freshman pitcher Brad Harrison and junior catcher Nick Hutchins practice between innings Wednesday, March 22, 2017, at Itchy Jones Stadium. The Murray State Racers beat the Salukis 13-10. (Branda Mitchell | @branda_mitchell)

SIU unable to overcome early deficit in loss to EIU

By Denton "Gio" Giovenco
March 29, 2017
Former Sen. Roland Burris shows his book on July 22, 2015, to Kia Smith, right, a junior from Chicago studying journalism, and Rashionda Carlisle, a senior from Belleville studying social work. Burris said the reason he has passion for SIU is it gave him the tools he needed for his career, but he wants to ensure black students after him have similar opportunities. “There is racism in our society,” Burris said. “There are students living in poverty conditions and we are trying to uplift our whole race of people. Those of us that have been fortunate enough to get a college education to compete in society in spite of racism, we have to make sure that our pipe line is still there.” (Daily Egyptian file photo)

Black History Month events to focus on declining African American enrollment

By Olivia Spiers and Diamond Jones
February 1, 2017
Illinois public universities have fluctuating enrollment after difficult year

Illinois public universities have fluctuating enrollment after difficult year

By Dawn Rhodes and Kate Thayer | Chicago Tribune
September 9, 2016
1.3 million kids have identity stolen annually, 50% under 6-years-old

1.3 million kids have identity stolen annually, 50% under 6-years-old

By Zlati Meyer | Detroit Free Press
August 29, 2016

As Chicago State ends semester early and some funds OK’d, uncertainty looms

By Dawn Rhodes and Jodi S. Cohen, Chicago Tribune
April 27, 2016

University of Illinois planning staff layoffs due to state budget stalemate

By Jeanne Kuang, Chicago Tribune
April 21, 2016
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