Thursday afternoon brought a little rebellion to the Morris University Center in the form of a teach-in.
CAS student Ben Baker Skypes with teach-in audience about the situation in Egypt.
International Programs, the Middle East and Islamic Studies Initiative, and the Arabic Club collaborated in the hopes of cutting through the news inundating SIUE students and the [...]
Archive for February 14th, 2011
The Friends of the Center for Spirituality and Sustainability at SIUE will be honoring the late John Kendall and his wife Kay, also deceased, with the Sustainability Leadership Award at their annual awards dinner, March 5th. The Kendalls helped create the Watershed Nature Center in Edwardsville.
“They’ve been doing environmental education for [...]
Students walking through Peck Hall Friday afternoon had the opportunity to experience Chinese culture in the form of a small New Year Celebration.
Susanna Lu (right) works with a student on chopstick techniques while Dean Romero (center) reflects on the Chinese New Year.
The Foreign Language Department, in order to promote more information about Chinese culture and [...]
A piece of the University Museum at SIUE will be on its way to Arkansas Monday, February 14, according to Eric Barnett, director of the University Museum.
Headpot that will be on display in Arkansas from the SIUE University Museum. picture courtesy of the University Museum.
Mary Anne Parker of the Parkin Archeological State Park of Parkin [...]
'The World is a Book' by Michelle Leitheiser – one piece of artwork on display in the New Wagner Gallery.
The Annual Juried Undergraduate Art exhibit is on display in the Wagner Gallery. Below is a slideshow of a few of the art exhibits on display. The displays are in the Art and Design building in [...]
The theme of this year’s Black Theater Workshop was “The Roots.” The collaboration of ideas, poems, scenes and dance was molded into a solid theme under the faculty artistic direction of Kathryn Benley. The production, at the Metcalf Theater Feb. 11 through 13, was student written and produced under the SIUE Department of Theater and [...]
A traditional musical instrument from the north Ambryn region is firmly planted in the center of Lovejoy Library.
The artifact is a large figure carved from a tree trunk, according to Eric Barnett, director of the University Museum. The slit allows the artist to hollow out the trunk. The instrument is beat with drumsticks to signal or [...]