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Saluki Stories: Oral Histories from SIU

Saluki Stories: Oral Histories from SIU

By John Pollitz
An ongoing series of interviews with alumni/ae of Southern Illinois University
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Richard Hunt Redux Part 2
This is a repeat of our interview with sculptor, Richard Hunt that aired August 11, 2021. Richard Hunt received an Honorary Degree in Public Arts from SIUC on Saturday, May, 7 at the spring commencement.
20:39
May 20, 2022
Richard Hunt Redux
On Saturday, May 7, SIUC awarded Richard Hunt an Honorary Doctorate in Public Art at the spring commencement. We are revisiting the August, 2021 episode to allow more people to hear from this incredible man.
27:38
May 12, 2022
Scott Furtwengler - 1988 BA, English & 1995 MA, English
Scott Furtwengler talks about his time in Carbondale where he worked in Morris Library, the people who influenced his life, and his part in the music scene in Carbondale during the 80s and 90s.
30:51
May 05, 2022
Jimmy Wright - MFA 1971, Part 2
Jimmy Wright talks about life after SIU. In this episode we hear about Jimmy's life in New York City, Jean-Michel Basquiat, his series of drawings of gay life before AIDS, Gay art, and how he became part of the movie, Saturday Night at the Baths. Then AIDS changed the world. We hear about how he came to paint his spectacular still lifes.
35:14
April 28, 2022
Jimmy Wright - MFA 1971
Jimmy came to SIU after a BFA from the School of the Art Institute. He had just completed a world tour fellowship from the School of the Art Institute. He focused on an MFA in bronze sculpture and printmaking. In this episode Jimmy talks about why he came to Carbondale and talks about his experience, sculpture department chair Tom Walsh, the fire that burned down his house, studio, and most of his artwork. He also describes the origins of the first officially recognized gay student organization, the Gay Liberation Student Group.
28:43
April 21, 2022
Amelia Blakely, 2020 graduate with dual degrees in Journalism and Philosophy
Amelia Blakely, a Pulitzer Center Fellow, credits her degree in Philosophy as the inspiration behind her investigative reporting. She spent her final semester in isolation because of the Covid 19 outbreak. 
30:53
April 14, 2022
Richard C. Lindberg - Author of Tales of Forgotten Chicago
In Tales of Forgotten Chicago, Richard Lindberg shines light on the many small folklore and big stories that make up the rich tapestry that is Chicago. In every engaging chapter gives new insight. We learn of the connection between SIU and the beginnings of the International Special Olympics, the time that John Wilkes Booth walked the stage of McVicker's Theater in downtown Chicago, the day the Beatles came to town, and best of all, who really was milking that famous cow when the Chicago fire began. Tales of Forgotten Chicago is available at your local bookstore and at Tales of Forgotten Chicago | siupress.siu.edu.
29:08
April 07, 2022
H.B. Koplowitz - 1977 Journalism degree. Author of Carbondale After Dark
H. B. Koplowitz talks about growing up in Carbondale, working at the Daily Egyptian, Morris Library, and his career in journalism. He is the author of the iconic history of Carbondale in the 1960s and 70s, Carbondale After Dark. It is available at: Carbondale After Dark And Other Stories: Expanded Edition: Koplowitz, H B: 9780979139369: AmazonSmile: Books.
24:35
March 17, 2022
Dr. Michael Batinski, SIU History Professor Emeritus: author of Forgetting and the Forgotten: A Thousand Years of Contested Histories in the Heartland
Dr. Batinski discusses his new book Forgetting and the Forgotten: A Thousand Years of Contested Histories in the Heartland. It is a history of Jackson County Illinois, published by the SIU Press in January 2022. It is available at your favorite independent books store and at the SIU Press website, http://www.siupress.com/books/978-0-8093-3837-5
29:28
March 03, 2022
Dr. Michael Batinski, SIU History Professor, author. Forgetting and the Forgotten A Thousand Years of Contested Histories in the Heartland. Published by the SIU Press
Dr. Batinski speaks about his time at SIU and his book, Forgetting and the Forgotten: A Thousand Years of Contested Histories in the Heartland. His book is available at your local bookstore or online at the SIU Press online store at: http://siupress.com/books/978-0-8093-3837-5
23:37
February 24, 2022
Special Black History Month - Return to General Larry O. Spencer
Today we return to the Story of retired Air Force Four Star General, Larry O. Spencer. General Spencer has such an inspirational Saluki Story, we decided to revisit our conversation last November.
27:10
February 17, 2022
Keith Davis - 1974 Graduate of SIUC with a degree in Cinema and Photography with a minor in Psychology.
Keith Davis talks about his time at SIUC as a Cinema and Photography major. He credits the faculty in C&P having a major influence on his career that lead to his role as chief curator of photography at the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art in Kansas City. He continues to work with Charles Swedlund, telling the rich history of photography.
29:35
February 10, 2022
Jarrin Williams, 1994 graduate with a degree in Mass Communications
Jarrin is a 1994 Graduate of SIUC with a Degree in Mass Communications. He was the Missouri Valley Conference 400 meter hurdles champion in both 1991 (52.83) and 1992 (51.96). He was also all-conference in 1992 (400M hurdles and 4 X 400m relay) and in 1994 (55m hurdles indoors and 110m hurdles outdoors). He now teaches English and is the head boys cross-country coach and assistant track and field coach at Rock Island High School in Rock Island, Illinois.
27:12
February 03, 2022
Kathryn Harris 1969 graduate in French. Part 2
In this episode Kathryn Harris speaks about how she became a librarian and how that decision culminated in her position as Library Services Director at the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum in Springfield, IL. Ms. Harris is known for her portrayal of Harriet Tubman and other historical figures. Through her portrayals she brings history to life for children and adults throughout the years.
28:48
January 27, 2022
Kathryn Harris 1969 graduate in French
Kathryn Harris, retired Director of Library Services at the Abraham Lincoln Library and Museum speaks about her life and family growing up in Carbondale. She also tells me how her experience as a student worker in Morris Library affected her later career. She remembers some of the Morris Library luminaries, Allen Cohn and John Y. Simon.
18:54
January 20, 2022
Greg Nejmanowski - Dual Degree Saluki
Greg graduated in 2008 with a BS in Zoology and a 2019 masters degree in Outdoor Recreation and Resource Management. He discusses his mentors at Touch of Nature, Eric Oberg and Steve Garipy. His masters project Paddle for Patriots, took him down the length of the Mississippi River in a kayak. That trip raised $27,000 for veterans at SIUC
31:06
January 13, 2022
Robert Hartley - Author of Death Underground: The Centralia and West Frankfort Mine Disasters
Robert Hartley co-authored Death Underground with David Kenney, published by the Southern Illinois University Press in 2006. We speak with him this week because December 22 will be the 70th anniversary of the mine explosion in West Frankfort that killed 119 miners. Coal mines have been core to the Southern Illinois economy. It touched the lives of countless families throughout the region.  We discuss the process of writing this history and his craft. He also explains the strength of his collaboration with SIUC political scientist, David Kenney.
27:57
December 09, 2021
Steven Dew - 2017 Video Production & Financial Economics.
Steven Dew was the Lincoln Academy Laureate from SIU while an undergraduate. He talks about his Honors Program classes and the faculty who made an impact on his life. The faculty he mentions are Dennis Galloway, Radio and Television and Jan Thompson, Journalism. He worked on one of the early videos for the SIU Day of Giving, 2018 working with Rebecca Renshaw and Britni Bateman.
28:39
December 03, 2021
Jeremy Finley - 1995, Radio & Television, Part 2
Jeremy Finley talks about his career as an investigative reporter for WSMV in Nashville, TN. He has gone undercover to document corruption and traveled the world to report his stories.
29:10
November 18, 2021
Jeremy Finley - 1995, Radio & Television
Jeremy is the Chief Investigative Reporter for WSMV TV in Nashville, TN. He has received a National Edward 4 Murrow award for investigative reporting and a National Emmy nomination for investigative reporting. Jeremy also has published two novels, The Darkest Time of Night, and, The Dark Above.
25:48
November 11, 2021
General Larry O. Spencer - 1979, Engineering
General Larry O. Spencer completed his SIUC undergraduate degree in Industrial Technology without ever stepping on the Carbondale campus. He took his classes on one of the many military bases served by the SIU Extended Campus program. General Spencer has an inspiring story to tell. He wrote it down in his book, Dark Horse: General Larry O. Spencer and His Journey from Horseshoe to the Pentagon, is being released November 15. Dark Horse: General Larry O. Spencer and His Journey from the Horseshoe to the Pentagon: Spencer USAF (Ret.), Gen. Larry O.: 9781682477021: AmazonSmile: Books
30:30
November 04, 2021
Juana Duran Charicata, 2015 Art Education
Juana and her family immigrated from Cheran, Michoaca, Mexico in 1995. They settled in Cobden, IL where they found work in the many apple orchards. They also found a growing community made up of other immigrants from Michoacan. Juana faced many obstacles as she pursued her education but she also found mentors at SIU to encourage pursuit. She is a talented artist who recently had her paintings on exhibition in Morris Library.
29:18
October 28, 2021
Todd Doughty 1995 graduate. Theater major, English Minor.
Todd talks about his time at SIU and how he and his roommate loaded up a trailer and, the day after graduation, headed for fame and fortune in New York City. The fame and fortune was not as planned but he did find a marvelous career in book publishing. We also talked about his new book, Little Pieces of Hope: Happy-Making Things in a Difficult World.
29:40
October 21, 2021
Michael Tow, History/Education 2004 and 2014 History MA
Michael Tow grew up in Jackson County. While in high school he received a prestigious Horatio Alger scholarship that allowed him to attend John A. Logan College before transferring to SIUC. His studies lead him to a career as a high school teacher at Carbondale High School followed by a teaching career in Washington State. Michael is currently writing a biography of Joe Grace a baseball player from Gorham, IL. Joe played for the St. Louis Browns in the years before and after World War II. 
32:58
October 14, 2021
Shawn Clankie, 1990 part 2
In this episode Shawn talks about his life on campus as well as his career and life in Japan. His early influence came from another Saluki, Bill Barth, the long-time editor for the Beloit Daily News. As an undergraduate Shawn’s world widened when he came to SIU and met so many students from all around the world. Listen to him talk about meeting Paul Simon.
22:32
October 07, 2021
Shawn Clankie, 1990 College of Liberal Arts Graduate, French Major
Shawn Clankie, talks about his life, studying at SIU, and how he came to live and teach in Japan. He started his undergraduate studies as a photography major then switched to French. Shawn had a deep interest in travel and learning about other lands and cultures. He credits many of his professors for influencing the pattern of his life. Some of those professors were Chuck Swedlund, Cinema and Photography, David Gobert, French, and Tom Seville of the International Study Abroad program. Special effects are enhanced by FilterGrade: Presets, LUTs, Video Templates Marketplace
13:48
September 23, 2021
Brian Munoz, 2019 Graduate in Journalism/Photojournalism
Brian talks abut the friends he made in the SIU Marching Band, being Editor and Chief of the Daily Egyptian, and his career post-graduation.
25:40
September 09, 2021
Richard Hunt: American Sculptor, Illinois Treasure, Part 2
This is the second part of my interview with renown sculptor, Richard Hunt in his studio in Chicago. We talk about books in the works that catalog his life's work and tell his personal story. He talks about how he works with metal and we discuss one of his colleagues in the studio, sculptor Gwen Yen Chiu.
20:39
August 12, 2021
Richard Hunt - American Sculptor, Illinois Treasure.
Saluki Stories continues our summer wanderings off the path of pure alumni interviews. Don't worry we will be back on track beginning fall semester with Season 3. But summers are for fun. This week and next are dedicated to the Saluki Story of world renowned sculptor, Richard Howard Hunt. Here is the story behind this week's Saluki Story. Last year a gentleman who is in the process of creating a catalog of all of Mr. Hunt's work reached out to the Art and Design department trying to locate Running Hybrid, a piece he donated to the University Museum in 1970. Mr. Hunt was on campus as a visiting artist at the time. The Museum later acquired a larger piece, Starwalk, that stands in the Museum's sculpture garden. In this episode Mr. Hunt talks about his time on campus and his place among the many creative people at SIU at the time.  Next week, listen to episode 2 to hear more about Richard Hunt, his art and his life.  Thanks to Mark Musich for making this happen.
26:47
August 05, 2021
Special Summer Episode
In this special episode we speak with E. Faye Williams author of Dick Gregory, Wake up and Stay Woke: Running for Life. Dick Gregory Wake Up and Stay Woke: Running for Life: Williams, Dr. E. Faye: 9781735744728: Amazon.com: Books Dick Gregory was an SIU student athlete in the 1950s. He went on to become a comedian, civil rights activist, social activist, health and food activist who never stopped caring for people. 
27:40
June 10, 2021
Jerry Gelsomino, 1974, Self-Developed Major
Jerry was a 1974 Art and Design Graduate that chose to take on a Self-determined major. In part one we discussed Jerry’s time on campus and his experiences as a Saluki. Today we will be covering the adventures of Jerry’s post-graduate life. Since graduating, Jerry created many opportunities for himself. He started off working for a furniture store in Chicago and went on to travel the world designing with his wife Linda Gelsomino. Music by Doctor Turtle has been used in this podcast. This music is licensed under Attribution 3.0 United States (CC BY 3.0 US). Their music has been adapted to fit scenes in a podcast using reverb and effects. This music and other links to the artist can be found on https://freemusicarchive.org/music/Doctor_Turtle
21:16
May 19, 2021
End of Semester Blues
As this spring semester winds down the Saluki Stories team needs to put school work first.
02:05
April 22, 2021
Jerry Gelsomino, 1974 Self-Developed Major
Today we’re talking to Jerry Gelsomino 1974 Art and Design Graduate. Jerry worked as an RA and as a lighting technician in broadcasting during his time on campus. The majority of his course-load was in the Art of Design following the years of Buckminster Fuller's teachings. Jerry is one of SIUC’s exceptional students that chose to take on a Self-determined major. This autonomous decision to build his own major was reflected in Jerry’s life path. Jerry has had abundant and diverse career offers since his time at SIU. These opportunities granted him the freedom to travel the world designing with his wife Linda Gelsomino. From Chicago to California to Australia to Hong Kong to now Michigan Jerry has had quite the well-traveled life. This week’s episode will be a two-part episode. The first half is about his time on campus and the second half next week will be focused on Jerry's career and family life. Interviews of Buckminster Fuller have allotted to use in this podcast courtesy of Morris Library in Carbondale Illinois. More information pertaining to these interviews can be found in their collection archives: https://collections.carli.illinois.edu/digital/collection/sic_scrcm/id/381/rec/23 The song David’s Tune by Howie Mitchell has been used in this podcast. This song is licensed under Attribution 3.0 United States (CC BY 3.0 US). Their music has been adapted to fit scenes in a podcast using reverb and effects. This song and other links to the artist can be found on https://freemusicarchive.org/music/Howie_Mitchell/Early_70s/01_DavidsTune
15:59
April 14, 2021
Joe Wilkins part 2
Today we’re following up with Part 2 of Joe Wilkins episode. In this episode, we will be focused on Joe’s travels post-graduation and into retirement. Joe was a member of ROTC during his time on campus and worked for Don Mitchell as a radio announcer. He has gone on to travel the world and has even written a book called Gates of the Arctic National Park: Twelve Years of Wilderness Exploration from his days exploring Alaska now available on Amazon. https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/61s1ll9GjQL._SY390_BO1,204,203,200_.jpg
17:56
March 31, 2021
Joe Wilkins, 1965 Liberal Arts
Today we’re talking to Joe Wilkins 1965 Liberal Arts Graduate. Joe was a member of ROTC during his time on campus and also worked for Don Mitchell as a radio announcer. He has gone on to travel the world and has even written a book called Gates of the Arctic National Park: Twelve Years of Wilderness Exploration from his days exploring Alaska. This week’s episode will be a two-part episode. The first half will be centered around Joe’s time as a Saluki and the second half will be next week, focused on Joe's world travels and retirement life. The song Bumbler by Andy G. Cohen, has been used in this podcast. This song is licensed under Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0). Their music has been adapted to fit scenes in a podcast using reverb and collaboration with other music. This song and other links to this artist can be found on https://freemusicarchive.org/music/Andy_G_Cohen Free Music Archive: Andy G.   Cohen I compose and record   multitrack recordings as a hobby. My music is usually characterized by   layered guitars, basses, percussion, and sometimes vocals. freemusicarchive.org
12:59
March 24, 2021
Lolita Mack - part II
Today we’re talking to alumni, Lolita L. Mack. A 2004, fine arts graduate that majored in Graphic Design. After receiving her BFA Lolita went on to get her master's in Science and Education in 2006 and is now working on her Ph.D. in Work Force Development at SIU. Lolita is the definition of being involved on campus and in the community. She created and participated in many programs and events during her time that brought the campus to life. From being VP of Zeta Phi Beta Inc. to running for homecoming queen to now being the president of Black Alumni Group and Illinois TRIO Association Lolita likes to stay busy. On top of working on her Ph.D., she is also currently employed as the TRIO director at South Eastern Illinois college. The song Without You by BJ Block & Dawn Pemberton, has been used in this podcast. This song is licensed under an Attribution-NoDerivatives 3.0 International License. Their music has been adapted to fit scenes in the podcast using reverb and collaboration with other sound effects. This song and other links to the artist can be found on https://freemusicarchive.org/music/BJ_Block__Dawn_Pemberton/The_Land_of_Make_Believe/07__BJ_Block_and_Dawn_Pemberton__Without_You__The_Land_of_Make_Believe__FrostWirecom Zeta Phi Beta Audio was gathered from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xtpl7G92pmE and https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6S3FAYuE7YQ&list=PLhUs9pGLPwjVmxSwqihCXr5HgNq4ZxcGq&index=4 To learn more about Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Inc. please visit https://zphib1920.org/ Ladies of Zeta Phi Beta singing https://youtu.be/Xtpl7G92pmE
21:08
March 10, 2021
Lolita Mack - SIUC, 2006 multiple degree alumnae
Lolita is the President of the Black Alumni Group, BAG.
14:17
March 03, 2021
Richard Jurek, SIUC 1989, Creative Writing and Marketing.
Richard speaks about the great professors, poet Rodney Jones and novelist Richard Russo. Then he introduces us to his passion, space exploration. Richard is the co-author of Marketing the Moon: The Selling of the Apollo Lunar Program and author of The Ultimate Engineer: The Remarkable Life of NASA’s Visionary Leader George M. Low.
17:31
February 24, 2021
Linda Lehman Vincent and Doug Vincent Valentines Day Special
In this week's Valentine's Day Special, hear Doug and Linda Vincent talk about their days at SIUC and the origin story of their 44-year relationship that started on-campus at the Saluki Arena. The song Spell me your love by Monplaisir, has been used in this podcast. This song is licensed under CC0 1.0 Universal (CC0 1.0) Public Domain Dedication. Their music has been adapted to fit scenes in a podcast using reverb and collaboration with other music. This song and other links to the artist can be found on https://freemusicarchive.org/music/Monplaisir/Fifty_seconds_of_rain/Monplaisir_-_Fifty_seconds_of_rain_-_05_Spell_me_your_love The song Useless Love by Steve Combs has been used in this podcast. This song is licensed under Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0). Their music has been adapted to fit scenes in a podcast using reverb and collaboration with other music. This song and other links to this artist can be found on https://freemusicarchive.org/music/Steve_Combs/Suburban_Ghosts/Steve_Combs_-_Suburban_Ghosts_-_07_Useless_Love The song PLANTATION by Jason Shaw, has been used in this podcast. This song is licensed under Attribution 3.0 United States (CC BY 3.0 US). Their music has been adapted to fit scenes in a podcast using reverb and collaboration with other music. This song and other links to the artist can be found on https://freemusicarchive.org/music/Jason_Shaw/Audionautix_Acoustic/PLANTATION________________________3-15 The song BACK TO THE WOODS by Jason Shaw, has been used in this podcast. This song is licensed under Attribution 3.0 United States (CC BY 3.0 US). Their music has been adapted to fit scenes in a podcast using reverb and collaboration with other music. This song and other links to the artist can be found on https://freemusicarchive.org/music/Jason_Shaw/Audionautix_Acoustic/BACK_TO_THE_WOODS____1-03
16:36
February 17, 2021
Tim Atseff, SIUC Art, 1970
Season 2 Episode 2 Hear Tim Atseff talk about his SIU in the '60s, the SIU Art Department, and his career as a political cartoonist and journalist. His art is currently on exhibit at the SIU University Museum. Read about it in the Daily Egyptian. The song B by Semaphore has been used in this podcast. This song is licensed under Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0). Their music has been adapted to fit the scene of a live concert. This song and other links to the artist can be found on https://freemusicarchive.org/music/Semaphore/All_Too_Robot/B_1095
20:41
February 10, 2021
Bob Farrar, SIUC Business 1973
Season 2; Episode 1 Hear Bob Ferrar, 1973 Saluki Graduate, talk about his days in the dorms and his fondest memories of his time at SIUC. The song Zwetschge by Andy G. Cohen has been used in this podcast. This song is licensed under Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0). Their music has been adapted to fit scenes in a podcast using reverb and collaboration with other sound effects. This song and other links to this artist can be found on https://freemusicarchive.org/music/Andy_G_Cohen/prisma/zwetschge
15:17
February 03, 2021
Alexandria Marlow, SIUC Political Science 2017
Alexandria Marlow, SIUC Political Science 2017
09:14
January 06, 2021
Barry Cupp, SIUC BS Management 1984, MBA 1985
Barry Cupp, SIUC BS Management 1984, MBA 1985
11:20
December 30, 2020
Brynn Edwards, SIUC Criminology & Sociology, 2015 and Melissa McCord, SIUC University Studies, 2000
Brynn Edwards, SIUC Criminology & Sociology, 2015 and Melissa McCord, SIUC University Studies 2000
18:12
December 23, 2020
Dr. Sandy Beebe, SIUC Dental Hygiene 1979, Education 1980, 1986, 2003
Dr. Sandy Beebe, SIUC Dental Hygiene 1979, Education 1980, 1986, 2003
11:53
December 16, 2020
Gerald Worms, SIUC BS Mathematics, 1969
Gerald Worms, SIUC BS Mathematics, 1969
16:08
December 09, 2020
Jackie Biggs, SIUC Secondary Education 2018
Jackie Biggs, SIUC Secondary Education 2018
11:13
December 02, 2020
Jenny McCollom, SIUC BA English 2015
Jenny McCollom, SIUC BA English 2015
14:38
November 25, 2020
John SIUC BS Biological Sciences, 1969
John Doe SIUC BS Biological Sciences, 1969
11:45
November 18, 2020
John Pollitz, SIUC Education, 1975
John Pollitz, SIUC Education, 1975
13:59
November 11, 2020
Kevin Clark, SIUC Health Education 2001, Business Administration 2005, Public Health 2009
Kevin Clark, SIUC Health Education 2001, Business Administration 2005, Public Health 2009
09:20
November 04, 2020
SIUC 2019 Homecoming Tailgate
SIUC 2019 Homecoming Tailgate
11:50
October 30, 2020
Mark Wetstein, SIUC BA Theater, 1990
Mark Wetstein, SIUC BA Theater, 1990
11:47
October 28, 2020
Niki Lindhorst, SIUC BA Psychology & Linda Hoover, SIUC BA Psychology, 1995
Niki Lindhorst, SIUC BA Psychology & Linda Hoover, SIUC BA Psychology, 1995
39:46
October 21, 2020
Patrick Hart, SIUC BA Journalism 1988
Patrick Hart, SIUC BA Journalism, 1988
14:38
October 14, 2020
Sarah Jilek, SIUC BA English 2016, MFA Fiction 2020
Sarah Jilek, SIUC BA English 2016, MFA Fiction 2020
13:27
October 07, 2020
Scott Shelton, SIUC BS Geography 1991, Community Development & Health Education, 1993
Scott Shelton, SIUC BS Geography 1991, Community Development & Health Education, 1993
08:06
September 30, 2020
Susan Mullen, SIUC BA English Education, 1990 & Patty Mullen, SIUC BA Art & Design
Susan Mullen, SIUC BA English Education, 1990 & Patty Mullen, SIUC BA Art & Design
47:07
September 23, 2020
John Eshleman, SIUC BS Advanced Technical Studies & Biomedical Electronics Mgmt. 1993
John Eshleman, SIUC BS Advanced Technical Studies & Biomedical Electronics Mgmt. 1993
10:40
September 16, 2020
William McGraw, SIUC BA Journalism & Advertising, 1969
William McGraw, SIUC BA Journalism & Advertising, 1969
33:50
September 09, 2020
Connie Robertson, SIUC BS Advanced Technical Studies, 1990
Connie Robertson, SIUC BS Advanced Technical Studies, 1990
07:40
September 02, 2020
Benjamin Bradley, SIUC BA History & Economics, 2018
Benjamin Bradley, SIUC BA History & Economics, 2018
10:55
September 02, 2020
Alice DeJarnett, SIUC BS Education, 1969
Alice DeJarnett, SIUC BS Education, 1969
07:59
September 02, 2020
Trailer for Saluki Stories: Oral Histories from SIU
A brief sample from Episode 1 of the Saluki Stories: Oral Histories from SIU podcast, on ongoing series of interviews with alumni/ae of Southern Illinois University. Music from https://filmmusic.io "Beauty Flow" by Kevin MacLeod (https://incompetech.com) License: CC BY (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/)
02:33
February 07, 2020
Dan Giedeman, SIUC BA History & Economics 1992, MA Economics 1994
Dan Giedeman, 1992 *1994, discusses his time at Southern Illinois University. Music from https://filmmusic.io "Beauty Flow" by Kevin MacLeod (https://incompetech.com) License: CC BY (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/)
12:53
February 07, 2020