SIU Today - October 28, 2019
The university recently received not one, but two national honors this fall for its commitment to sustainability and environmental responsibility.
The Flying Salukis will look to win a ninth straight regional title beginning Tuesday when the team hosts the National Intercollegiate Flying Association’s Region VIII competition.
Faculty, staff, students and the community can share in the Halloween fun and activities at the Student Center on Thursday.
Gather a bunch of technology and computer enthusiasts. Put them together in a room and give them a challenge and a time limit and see what innovative things they can create. That’s the principle behind a “hackathon” as the HackSI hackathon returns to Southern Illinois University Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 2-3, courtesy of the university and the not-for-profit organization HackSI.
Want a parking fine dropped? The Department of Public Safety Parking Division is holding a one-day event on Thursday to benefit the Saluki Food Pantry.
As the semester winds down, three more films from outside the United States will be shown and discussed at “Film Fridays.”
Cutting-edge legal and medical issues are the bedrock of the annual National Health Law Moot Court competition, and this week’s event hosted by the SIU School of Law once again addresses an ongoing concern: opioids.
Artists Joanna Manousis and Zac Weinberg will present a lecture Nov. 7 as a part of the School of Art and Design Visiting Artist Program.