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Southern Illinois voters are ‘in a bad mood’

Southern Illinois voters are unhappy with the direction of governments and the performance of political leaders, according to a new poll by Southern Illinois University Carbondale’s Paul Simon Public Policy Institute.

Music faculty to forge international connections

Faculty from Southern Illinois University Carbondale’s School of Music will visit Brazil and China this fall to share music and to forge connections for potential future students at the university.

‘ 26:46’ captures 31st regional Emmy

“ 26:46,” the long-running television magazine program produced by College of Mass Communication and Media Arts students at Southern Illinois University Carbondale, earned another honor this weekend with a regional Emmy.

Second Regional Energy Forum set for Oct. 23

Career and education opportunities in the ever-evolving energy sector are the subjects of the next Regional Energy Forum, set for later this month at Southern Illinois University Carbondale.

Choir, wind ensemble join forces for concert

The first SIU Concert Choir and SIU Wind Ensemble concert of the season is a fond look back at summer and a nod to the sense of community -- appropriate as students, faculty and staff come together again for a new academic year at Southern Illinois University Carbondale.

Museum to host exhibits reception on Oct. 2

There’s a difference between taking a picture and capturing an image. Photographer Barry Wolf goes a few steps further by taking those captured images and digitally manipulating them into works of magic. He’ll tell his audience a little bit about how he does that when he visits Southern Illinois University Carbondale on Friday, Oct. 2.

Screening of Malala documentary set for Oct. 15

A documentary that profiled Malala Yousafzai, the 2014 Nobel Peace Prize recipient, and her opposition to the Taliban’s push to close schools for Pakistani girls, is the focus of an upcoming screening and discussion at Southern Illinois University Carbondale.

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