Even as Gov. Bruce Rauner continues to strive toward a potential state budget solution, House Speaker Mike Madigan (D-Chicago) “delays and offers nothing,” the Chicago Tribune recently reported while continuing its coverage of Illinois’ hemorrhaging finances.
Southern Illinois University School of Dental Medicine Prof. Martin Land's lifetime of work was celebrated at the 66th Annual Scientific Session of the American Academy of Fixed Prosthodontics in Chicago recently.
Four candidates who are vying for three seats on the Carbondale City Council recently spoke to the city's business community about taxes, jobs and economic development during a forum at the Carbondale Civic Center.
Illinois lawmakers are using a seemingly surreptitious way to give themselves pay raises: creating new and useless committees for which they are automatically paid an extra $10,326 as chairmen, a Chicago-based think tank is arguing.
Hands-on interactive activities await students and educators at the Southern Illinois University Carbondale Touch of Nature Environmental Center’s environmental learning conference March 10-12 in Makanda.
From weight training and swimming to massage services, John A. Logan College in Carterville offers a wide range of workout and health options for area residents — keeping the body fit along with the mind.
Celebrating seven decades of diversity, Southern Illinois University at Carbondale will host its International Festival 2017 for a several-day span next week, Feb. 6-10, with multiple events honoring its international student population.
From now through Feb. 10, area residents can clean out closets, spare landfills an extra burden and contribute to someone’s wardrobe all at once by donating unwanted clothing to Southern Illinois University Carbondale’s Career Closet.
After a full decade of service as the United Nations' secretary-general, South Korean statesman Ban Ki-moon will deliver his last public speech at 11:15 a.m. on Wednesday at SIU Carbondale’s Student Center ballrooms.
The Illinois Education Research Council (IERC) recently announced Sosanya Jones, PhD, SIU-Carbondale assistant professor in the Department of Educational Administration and Higher Education, as its 2016-17 faculty research fellow with study funding forthcoming.
With a focus on “authentic leadership,” SIU-Carbondale’s resident life specialist Kayla Reed is poised to promote trust and rapport among students as the university’s first Student Affairs Fellow through inclusive and inspiring staff workshops.
With a big boost from a specialized National Science Foundation (NSF) program, SIU-Carbondale students of natural history and biology will be able to complete their education courtesy of over $1.7 million in grant funds.
From aviation to zoology, girls will have a chance to explore an array of career options at Southern Illinois University-Carbondale’s 26th Annual STEM-oriented event Saturday, Nov. 19, with advance enrollment open until Nov. 4.
As flowers, fermentation and flavor increasingly inform the growing art and science of beer brewing, SIU scientists recently undertook an academic study to determine the effectiveness of various catalysts for the crafted concoctions.
Beginning a broad undertaking to appoint Southern Illinois University-Carbondale’s next chancellor, SIU System President Randy Dunn recently appointed an advisory committee of 18, representing faculty, staff, students, alumni and members of the surrounding community.
Urging residents to join in a global safety exercise, Gov. Bruce Rauner recently designated Oct. 20 as Great ShakeOut Day in Illinois, both to acknowledge the state's seismic risk and increase public awareness of the need to prepare.