Students and faculty from the SIU School of Law and SIU School of Medicine are partners in a unique collaboration designed to streamline and bolster disability claims for Illinois military veterans.
’Tis the season for holiday concerts. And the combined forces of the Southern Illinois University Carbondale Choral Union and the SIU Concert Choir will present George Frideric Handel’s famous “Messiah” on Thursday, Nov. 21 at Shryock Auditorium.
Creativity and innovative thinking were in abundant supply when hundreds of technology enthusiasts converged at Southern Illinois University Carbondale for the seventh annual HackSI event, Nov. 2-3. The “hackathon” has grown by leaps and bounds since it began just a few years ago and at the end of the two-day brainstorming session, several teams and individuals walked away with bragging rights and prizes.
It’s difficult to “three-peat” in any sport or competition. But the Daily Egyptian, Southern Illinois University Carbondale’s student-produced newspaper, accomplished that earlier this month in capturing one of the nation’s top online collegiate awards.
A collection of Southern Illinois University Carbondale students and young professionals from the area started rehearsing for a production of “Twisted” right before Halloween, and they’re ready to show off a parody of Disney geared toward adults this week.
With more than half of his squad potentially competing for the first time, Nathan Lincoln, head coach of Southern Illinois University’s Flying Salukis, had a few anxious moments leading to the National Intercollegiate Flying Association Region VIII competition.
Due to the inclement weather, the open house and meet-and-greet with the 2019 University Innovation Fellows at Southern Illinois University Carbondale has been postponed for a week.
A special event at Southern Illinois University Carbondale on Nov. 15 will explore the role public health plays in people’s everyday lives.
Helping retailers become more successful is the focus of a free workshop at Southern Illinois University Carbondale on Nov. 20.
Many people need a little help and the “Thanks “Giving Back” SIU 150 Campus Food Drive provides a special opportunity to help Salukis.
Ribbon cuttings for two new businesses, a chili cook-off and a student food pantry donation drive were highlights of the recent Grub Club meeting and luncheon at Southern Illinois University Carbondale.