New SIU President Has Refund Clause in ContractThe incoming president at Southern Illinois University will have to pay $250,000 if he leaves his new post within three and a half years.
SIU Considers Removing Donor's Name From BallfieldBarrett Rochman was one of three people who pleaded guilty last week to conspiring with a former Madison County treasurer to rig property tax auctions.
SIUC Scraps Strategic PlanSouthern at 150 no longer realistic in today's times, says chancellor. A new plan could be released next year.
Tight Race To Replace Costello In Illinois' 12th DistrictRepublican candidate Jason Plummer has the name recognition and local ties to the district, but so does Democrat William Enyart.
SIU-Carbondale's Enrollment Continues to FallAdministrators attribute the decline to smaller junior and senior classes.
SIU-C Student Falls Four FloorsTyler Gravatt of Matteson, Illinois is in intensive care. The school says the fall was accidental.
String of Bank Robberies Hits The AreaThere have been three bank robberies in the St. Louis area this afternoon, two on the Illinois side.
Freshman Admissions Up 5.5 Percent at SIUCAbout 7,600 freshmen are admitted for the fall semester.
Man Sentenced for Threats to SIUCMaurice Leon Wiggins said he would kill 4,000 students
SIU Trustees OK Contracts with 4 Bargaining UnitsThe Faculty Association reached the deal Nov. 9, nearly a week after many of its members went on strike.
SIU Chairman Stepping DownRoger Tedrick will wants to grow his Mount Vernon insurance business.
SIUC Announces Deadlock with Union Administrators gave two final offers to the Non-TenureTrack Faculty Association and the group rejected both.