The last time Jason Seaman crossed the field at Southern Illinois University Carbondale’s Saluki Stadium, the defensive lineman was a football and academic standout.
Longtime state government and political analyst Jim Nowlan will offer an assessment of Illinois’ past struggles and future challenges during a lecture at Southern Illinois University Carbondale next week.
Artists from across the region are invited to submit entries to the 12th annual C4 Juried Art Exhibition at Southern Illinois University Carbondale, hosted by the Critical Forum student organization.
HackSI, an annual event for college students or anyone of any age with an interest in computers and programming, returns to Southern Illinois University early next month.
The Southern Illinois University Carbondale Flying Salukis punched another ticket to the national finals with the team’s eighth straight National Intercollegiate Flying Association Region VIII title Oct. 13 at Purdue University.
Photographers operate on curiosity. For Daniel Overturf, a professor in the cinema and photography degree program at Southern Illinois University Carbondale, the curiosity is endless.
Off-campus learning is on-target for many adult learners these days. For people who are already working, these programs allow them to meet their educational and career advancement goals while still handling their daily work and life obligations.
Southern Illinois Symphony Orchestra opens season with distinguished soloists and music from Bach to the present
The Southern Illinois Symphony Orchestra is back at SIU with a new season full of exciting performances. The upcoming series features selections by renowned composers such as Bach, Haydn, Tchaikovsky and many more, while also spotlighting distinguished soloists from across the state.
When United Airlines Capt. John White and first officer Alicia Edmondson pilot the Airbus A320 into Southern Illinois Airport on Oct. 20, a tradition that began nearly 25 years ago will continue.
While there’s no cure for Parkinson’s disease or the tremors, unsteadiness and other physical changes that come with it, Jim Oberg and his wife, Mari Ann, were excited to hear about a program near their winter home that has been proven to slow or perhaps even reverse the Parkinson’s progression.
The Devil’s Kitchen Literary Festival is back at Southern Illinois University Carbondale, with a full schedule of readings and panels scheduled for Oct. 24-26.