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Saluki Spirit Announcments- Week Of Oct. 24th- 30th, 2017
1) As always, if anybody has items that they would like to add to the weekly Saluki Spirit Announcements, please send them to Dr. Phil Anton at: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Announcements are designed to reflect Saluki Spirit in all aspects of campus and the community, so send whatever you want from any corner of southern Illinois. Pictures are always a great addition.
2) #SalukiFriday is upon us again: Remember to wear your Saluki gear on Fridays! Also, send pics of your group(s) to Dr. Anton, as well as Randy Johnson at 710: email@example.com Photos will be featured in the Saluki Spirit Announcements and on 710's Facebook and Twitter platforms. In the photo below, the Social Work Student Association shows their #SalukiSpirit helping with donations for the Food Pantry on Homecoming Weekend.
3) This week on #SalukiFriday we visited the Clinical Center in Wham to visit the students involved in the National Student Speech Language Hearing Association (NSSLHA) to help out with their free hearing screening. Those pictures will be up soon on the "SIUC Department of Kinesiology" Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/SIUC-Department-of-Kinesiology-201366063240550/), on our Twitter page: https://twitter.com/SalukiSpirit (swing by and give us a follow @SalukiSpirit), and our “salukispirit” Instagram page. The winner of the Facebook Poll on the Dept. of Kinesiology page for the pics taken with the Saluki Green Action Team at the SIU Sustainability Office in the Student Center last week is at the end of the Announcements.
4) Speaking of the NSSLHA, as a part of the group’s Audiology Awareness/Protect Your Hearing Month activities, they handed 190 noise reduction ear plugs and completed 40 hearing screenings. This gave the NSSLHA members invaluable hands-on experience conducting hearing screenings, as well as a chance to learn how to advocate for the NSSLHA, their program, and professions within the community. What a great show of #SalukiSpirit!
5) Saluki Men’s Golf emerged victorious at the Pinetree Intercollegiate in Kennesaw, GA this week, with Peyton Wilhoit (Marketing) shooting the lowest individual score of the whole tournament! Great individual and team victories and an outstanding end to their fall season. Congrats all!
6) Today (Weds, Oct. 25) is the last day of EcoChallenge 2017 with SIUE. Show your #SalukiSpirit and join up!
7) Saluki Football takes its two game winning streak on the road to battle No. 7 South Dakota this Saturday, Oct. 28 at 3 PM. If you are unable to make it to Vermilion, catch them on 105.1 or ESPN3.
8) Saluki Women’s Basketball hits the hardwood for the first time this Saturday, Oct. 28 at 2 PM vs. Kentucky Wesleyan College at the SIU Arena. Come on out and help them kick their season off in style! Kylie Giebelhausen (Exercise Science) was named to the Preseason MVC All-Conference Team. Congrats Kylie!
9) SIU Social Media and Student Communications is hosting a student video contest. Check out the link below for more details and be on the lookout for more promotion using the hashtag #ThatsAsaluki https://www.instagram.com/p/BaXb2CPArTO/?taken-by=thisissiu
10) The Carbondale Chamber of Commerce is looking for nominations for their annual awards in several categories: Business of the Year
Regional Business of the Year
Business Leader of the Year
Citizen of the Year
Young Professional of the Year
Nominations are being accepted from business leaders and the general public and can be made online at www.carbondalechamber.com. All nominations must be received by noon, Tuesday, Nov. 15.
11) Saluki Women’s Golf finished tied for first with Butler at the Charles Braun Intercollegiate in Evansville this week, with four Salukis finishing in the top 10 in individual scoring! What a great finish to their fall season!
Hanna Netisingha (Zoology) was named the Saluki Student-Athlete of the Week. Congrats Hanna!
12) Saluki Volleyball heads back out on the road this weekend for matches against Indiana St. (Friday, Oct. 27 at 7PM) and Evansville (Saturday, Oct. 28 at 7 PM). If you are unable to make it to Indiana for either match, catch them on ESPN3. The team will back home at Davies Gym vs. Loyola on Monday, Oct. 30 at 7 for their annual Faculty and Staff Appreciation Night.
13) Looking for service hours? Show your #SalukiSpirit through the many Saluki Service Days opportunities: http://sustainability.siu.edu/participate/saluki-service-days/
14) Saluki Swimming and Diving triumphed McKendree and Truman State this past weekend in dominating fashion. They return to the pool on Saturday, Oct. 28 at 10:30 AM (diving) and 3 PM (swimming) vs. Illinois St. and Illinois in Normal. If you are unable to make it north, follow them on Twitter: https://twitter.com/SIU_SwimDive
15) Come join the University Honors Program and LGBTQ Resource Center on Oct. 30 at 6 PM in the Student Center Auditorium as they present “They Call Me Q”, written and performed by Qurrat Ann Kadwani
14) Saluki Cross Country is back on the course this weekend on Saturday, Oct. 28 at the MVC Championships in Springfield, MO. If you are unable to make it to Missouri run with them on Twitter: https://twitter.com/SIU_TrackXC
15) In the month of October, IKE Honda (4407 W Deyoung St. in Marion) is donating $50 from every vehicle sale to Strong Survivors. Any questions, dial up the IKE staff at 618-997-4000
16) If your Dept or College is doing outreach in the community, please share details with SIUC Director of Community Relations, Karen Stallman, at 618-453-2425 OR firstname.lastname@example.org
17) The 2017 Devils Kitchen Literary Festival is Oct. 25-27 at Morris Library. Come check it out!
18) It’s the Fall Pledge Drive for WSIU. Show you #SalukiSpirit by supporting this unique community resource at 1-800-745-9748 or online at http://www.wsiu.org/
WINNER OF THIS WEEK'S FACEBOOK PICTURE POLL:
On #SalukiFriday with the Saluki Green Action Team at the SIU Sustainability Office, like many lazy humans, we were about to nonchalantly toss our plastic bottle in the cardboard recycle bin, but Team Leader Austin Nunn is there to politely correct us…