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Daily Egyptian 3h
SIU fell short in their conference opener against the Bradley Braves (11-2) losing in three sets.
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Daily Egyptian 9h
Column: Here are Gus Bode’s top ten tips to prevent Family Weekend from becoming Doomsday for your social life.
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Daily Egyptian 13h
On Thursday, SIUC Chancellor Carlo Montemagno sent out an email with the subject “Discouraging bigotry and celebrating diversity” to students in response to a flier that has been circulating social media accusing an SIU student of being a Nazi.
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Daily Egyptian Sep 20
Each week the Daily Egyptian will bring local musicians into the newsroom for a live session. This week, Tim Crosby came to the newsroom for the first installment of the series. The Daily Egyptian presents: Newsroom Sessions
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Daily Egyptian Sep 20
The flier said white Americans are “nature’s finest” and should be proud of their culture and inheritance. The flier also said white Americans should not be ashamed of the “imagined sins of their forefathers.”
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Daily Egyptian Sep 20
“The University is moving forward with a new esports facility, as well as a makerspace,” Tena Bennett said. “The current location of SalukiTech and the Innovation Hub, have been deemed the appropriate place for these new endeavors.”
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Daily Egyptian Sep 20
“It’s important to reiterate that not everything that we educate on is inherently sexual,” Nakkiah Stampfli said. “There are many aspects of the BDSM, kink and fetish communities that actually have little to nothing to do with sex.”
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Daily Egyptian Sep 17
“I just think this is a great opportunity for SIU, and I’m hoping that — we’re all hoping — that this will help us increase our enrollment,” Pamela Smoot said. “We’re all participating in what needs to happen to make SIU great.”
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Daily Egyptian Sep 17
A Jackson County Judge vacated Gaege Bethune’s murder conviction for first-degree murder with aggravated battery in the death of SIU student Pravin Varughese, according to WSIL News.
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Daily Egyptian Sep 17
“This event is important because it connects students to resources and professional staff on campus,” Dr. Lanel Love said. “And it will inform women on how to have a positive sexual relationship.”
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Daily Egyptian Sep 16
Column: "You turn on the tv that sits on a dark, wooden stand in front of you and the words “The Conjuring” appear on your screen in yellow. It’s time for a movie marathon."
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Daily Egyptian Sep 16
“It was a regional rivalry we wanted to win, it didn’t turn out that way they made more plays than us,” Raphael Leonard said.
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Daily Egyptian Sep 15
Column: Gus Bode’s top ten ways to stay antisocial
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Daily Egyptian Sep 14
The Saluki volleyball team split a double-header on the opening day of the Arkansas State Invitational.
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Daily Egyptian Sep 14
“If you want to fight you come out here and fight,” Logan Plummer said. “If you want to dress up and have fun you’re on the same field. Everyone’s out there playing their game, we just have a shared set of rules.”
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Daily Egyptian Sep 13
“This reorganization is part of creating the nimblest…allowing us to address the need to deal with the ever-changing dynamic and nature of education that will allow us to be competitive,” Carlo Montemagno said.
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Daily Egyptian Sep 13
“We understand our futures are linked,” Rex Budde said. “The success of southern Illinois is driven by the success of SIU. We need to work together to make the university as successful as possible.”
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Daily Egyptian Sep 13
“I’ve been abroad once before and it was so immersive and amazing,” Savannah Coady said. “I feel like you just grow when you’re in another culture.”
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Daily Egyptian Sep 12
“When you look at the fact that they’re more than 2,004 higher education institutions in this country, that puts us in the top 20 percent,” Rae Goldsmith said.
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Daily Egyptian Sep 12
“Banned books is such a huge thing for First Amendment rights that we want to make sure that everyone is aware of the challenges that are current,” Pam Hackbart-Dean said.
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