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Ohio medical board considers action against director of SIUC Student Health after OSU abuse investigation

An Ohio board that licenses and oversees physicians plans to consider disciplinary action against Ted Grace, now an SIUC official, based on allegations that he failed to report student complaints that a doctor under his watch sexually assaulted them at OSU in the 90s.

SIU Carbondale fraternity, sorority suspended after investigations reveal years of hazing

Two Greek organizations at SIU Carbondale have been suspended after investigations uncovered years of hazing incidents including sexual and mental humiliation, paddle beatings, forced servitude, consumption of animals and mental degradation.

In wake of Floyd death, rural, white Southern Illinois towns are reckoning with racist past

What seems to distinguish this moment’s push for racial justice in Southern Illinois is the number of gatherings that are taking place beyond the borders of Carbondale, a liberal-leaning university town. 


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Watch now: Composer, former newspaper carrier pens 'The Pantagraph March'

“This was on my bucket list,” composer Kevin Kaisershot said. “'The Pantagraph March' only took me two days to write.” 

Voice of The Southern: A new chapter for SIUC

Voice of The Southern: This new chapter at SIU is just beginning, and its story will be marked by how Lane and Mahony confront the challenges they face.

Voice of The Southern: Thumbs up to One Shawnee, BlackOut Tuesday

Thumbs up to One Shawnee, Carbondale's BlackOut Tuesday event, and Carl Lee; thumbs down to sign-shaker's move out of town.

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