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Democratic congressional candidate Bill Enyart speaks Thursday at the Paul Simon Public Policy Institute. This was the first speech of the Pizza and Politics series at the institute. David Yepsen, institute director, said he wanted to do this early with all three candidates so students and staff could have an opportunity to get involved with the campaign. “We’re about civic engagement and encouraging people to get involved,” Yepsen said. Carol McCann, a thirdyear law student from Olmsted, said there were mostly students at the event. “These kinds of events are more about getting a feel of the candidate and establish a point of contact with these candidates,” McCann said.

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SIU parking division employee Mrs. Tyner writes out warning tickets Thursday by Pulliam Hall. Tyner said it would be the last day warnings would be issued, and students should contact the division if they have any concerns.

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Carbondale Police The Carbondale Police Department responded Saturday to a report of a motor vehicle burglary at the 300 block of West College Street. Officers learned an unknown suspect entered a vehicle and stole property sometime between 3 a.m. and 4 p.m Saturday. The burglary of a motor vehicle in the 600 block of West College Street was reported Saturday. Carbondale City Police responded and found a suspected had stolen property between 9:40 a.m. and 8 p.m. Friday. City police received a report of a residential burglary that occurred between 10 and 10:20 a.m. Saturday in the 400 block of West Cherry Street. The suspect is unknown, according to police reports.

DPS Crime Log Criminal damage to vehicle property was reported at 4:18 p.m. Tuesday. The incident took place on lot 23 and no suspects have been identified. Marquita A. Funches, 18, from Chicago, and Teaira B. Howard, 19, from Chicago Heights were arrested

at Evergreen Terrace Tuesday for fighting at 6:00 p.m. Both students were issued citations. Neither student required medical treatment. Criminal damage to state property was reported at the Agriculture Building at 11:42 a.m. Monday. No suspects have been identified. Bradley A. Bauer, 23, an SIUC student from Gillespie, was arrested at 1:34 a.m. Sunday at Mill Street and Illinois Avenue for driving under the influence of alcohol, possession of under 30 grams of cannabis and parking where prohibited. Gillespie posted bond and was released. Christian H. Washington, 23, a non-SIUC student from Carbondale, was arrested at 6:51 p.m. Sunday in lot 13 on a failure to appear warrant out of Jackson County on an original charge of driving on an expired driver’s license. Washington was transported to the Jackson County Jail. Garret V. Israel, 22, an SIUC student from Crystal Lake, was arrested at 12:06 a.m. Saturday at Lincoln Drive and Clocktower Drive for resisting and obstructing a police officer. Israel was released on personal recognizance bond. Dean L. Merritt, 18, an SIUC student from University Park, was arrested at 2:03 a.m. Saturday at

Schneider Hall for assault after threatening a 19-year-old SIUC student with a butter knife. The victim was not injured. Merritt was transported to the Jackson County Jail. Ronald Greenwood, 22, a nonSIUC student from Carbondale, was arrested at 3:24 a.m. Saturday at Evergreen Terrace for possession of under 30 grams of cannabis. Greenwood was issued a notice to appear in court and was released. A 20-year-old suspect, a nonSIUC student, was involved with a case that was given a referral at 6:16 a.m. Saturday at Mae Smith Hall on the a charge of domestic battery, theft of an Apple iPhone and criminal trespass to state property. The suspect has not yet been located, according to police reports. The 20-year-old victim, a SIUC student, did not require medical treatment. Criminal damage to property was reported at 5:41 p.m. Sunday at lot 80. No suspects have been identified. An 18-year-old suspect, a nonSIUC student, was involved with a case that was given a referral at 2:25 a.m. Saturday at Mae Smith Hall on the charge of domestic battery. The 19-year-old victim, an SIUC student, did not require medical treatment.

SOURCE: CARBONDALE CITY POLICE, SIUC DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY


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Libra — Today is a 7 — You can see from a new perspective. Make big changes. Follow your dream. Provide leadership. Conditions are really in your favor, but don’t take them for granted. Remember your manners.

Capricorn — Today is a 7 — Find the perfect balance between work and play today. There are new opportunities for income, but don’t count your chickens yet. Your partner appreciates your effort. All ends well.

Taurus — Today is a 7 — You’re naturally attractive and inspiring. Don’t get involved in a controversy that you can’t resolve right now. Work takes on a spiritual nature. Accept encouragement. Fantasies

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Virgo — Today is a 7 — Turn outdated and broken junk into art, or sell it. One man’s trash is another man’s treasure. You can do what you set out to accomplish. Get help as needed.

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Saluki wide receiver David Lewis catches the ball for a first down Thursday against cornerback DJ Bland of Eastern Illinois University. The catch led to tight end MyCole Pruitt’s touch down in the second quarter, closing the gap to 21 - 28 at the half. TIFFANY BLANCHETTE DAILY EGYPTIAN

Senior defensive specialist Bailey Yeager bumps the ball Wednesday during women’s volleyball practice at Davies Gymnasium. The team competes this weekend in St. Louis at the Billiken Invitational, where it will play the University of South Alabama Friday, and St. Louis University and Valparasio University Saturday. SARAH GARDNER DAILY EGYPTIAN


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