Southern Illinois University – Edwardsville

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Keep Them Separated? Gender-based Education Being Challenged

The thought behind segregating classrooms by gender is that boys and girls learn in very different ways.


Olutosin Oduwole

Quinn Toughens Illinois Terror Sentences

The sponsor, Senator Bill Haine of Alton, says he was inspired by the case of an Southern Illinois University – Edwardsville student.


Dr. Julie Furst-Bowe

SIU Board OKs New Edwardsville Chancellor

Furst-Bowe was introduced as a selection committee’s choice last month.



Candlelight Vigil Today to Remember Fire Victims

It begins at 8:00 p.m. in the quad on the SIUE campus.



Charlie Brennan – Wednesday, February 8th

Charlie talks with SIUE Prof. Sarah VanSlette about the popular STL question, “Where’d you go to high school?”; and with Gene Schenberg who wants to be able to shoot squirrels in his own backyard; with with Father Bill Rowe of St.Mary’s Church in Mt. Carmel, IL, who refuses to stop ad libbing during Mass and was forced to resign; and Mike Shannon,STL Cards Broadcaster, reviews the movie, “One for the Money”.



Charlie Brennan – Thursday, September 15th

PBS Newshour’s Paul Solomon talks about assertion that employers cannot find workers in this economy…STL Cardinals Broadcaster Mike Shannon with a Cardinal update…SIUE Chancellor Vaughn Vandegrift on economic growth in the Metro East area…and, KMOX’s Debbie Monterrey talks about a fundraiser to find the “Spokesdog” for Stray Recue, a no-killl shelter in STL.



Report: More Illinois Principals Younger, Female

The number of female principals Illinois doubled from 1990 to 2008, with women holding 26 percent of principal position in 1990 increasing to 52 percent in 2008.



SIUE Dean Is A Wanted Fugitive In His Homeland

Aldemaro Romero is the school’s dean of arts and sciences, son of a famous Venezuelen musician, and accused of “treason to the motherland.”



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