As part of SIU’s Homecoming activities Friday, the university officially dedicated the Saluki Alumni Plaza and renamed the offices of the SIU Alumni Association.
Noted children’s author and screenwriter Kate Klise will deliver the University Honors Program Charles D. Tenney Distinguished Lecture next week at SIU.
Live theater is returning to the SIU stage this year! The School of Theater and Dance will be presenting a three-show season in the McLeod Theater as well the annual Big Muddy New Play Festival in the Christian H. Moe Laboratory Theater. The season opens with “The World Goes Round,” Oct. 7 t…
Vernecelyn Allen does may not consider herself a trailblazer, but trying to find a better term to describe the SIU aviation graduate is futile.
Ten Southern Illinois University Carbondale students are seeking to become the 2021 homecoming royalty.
Elizabeth Shackelford, an author, former diplomat will join the SIU Paul Simon Public Policy Institute for a virtual discussion Oct. 19.
Olympian and Southern Illinois University Carbondale alumna DeAnna Price, comedian Chico Bean and exciting football featuring the nationally ranked Salukis once again show that “SIU Is All That” as the university celebrates Homecoming 2021.
A documentary focusing on the battle over clearcutting and commercial logging in the Shawnee National Forest during the 1980s and 1990s premieres Wednesday.
How is enrollment other state institutions which compete with SIU for students? To answer that, The Southern looks at university enrollments.
CARBONDALE – Commencement ceremonies for fall 2021 graduates at Southern Illinois University Carbondale are set to return to Banterra Center on Dec. 11.
Zach Schneider, an SIU alumnus and one-half of the university’s most recent national champion debate team, was one of three passengers killed when an Amtrak passenger train derailed July 27 in rural Montana.
A May graduate of Southern Illinois University Carbondale’s aviation program was among three killed in a Wisconsin airplane crash Wednesday.
Mboka Mwilambwe, the mayor of Bloomington, Illinois, is the next guest in the “Meet the Mayor” series hosted by Southern Illinois University Carbondale’s Paul Simon Public Policy Institute.
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U.S. Sen. Tammy Duckworth of Illinois will join Southern Illinois University Carbondale’s Paul Simon Public Policy Institute for a virtual conversation at noon on Oct. 4.
Printmaker Tonja Torgerson will discuss her work during a lecture Thursday, Sept. 23 at Southern Illinois University Carbondale.
Woody Hester, a renowned health care leader and author will speak about leadership Sept. 25 at Southern Illinois University Carbondale.
SIU student entrepreneur Zavi Constant won with his 90-second pitch for “Crowd,” a funding app he is developing.
SIU Student Zavi Constant won the 2021 Saluki Pitch Competition with his pitch for "Crowd." The annual contest, organized by the Saluki Entrepreneur Corps challenges students to make the best-possible 90-second pitch for their startup business or innovation.
The backyard game of cornhole is not a NCAA-sanctioned intercollegiate sport, but that didn’t stop teams from SIU and Shawnee College from some competition.
Shawnee Community College is the first college to sign-on to "Saluki Step Ahead," an SIU program designed to ease transferring to the university.
A new $353 million budget for Southern Illinois University Carbondale includes a pay raise for employees, but SIU faculty says more is needed.
A bicycle instructor certification course at SIU's Touch of Nature will instruct participants to teach mountain bicycling skills.
The recent increase in COVID-19 cases prompted cancellation of the Wander Down Music Festival set for Oct. 8-10 at SIU’s Touch of Nature Environmental Center.