Southeast Arrow

Patrick Buck

Southeast’s chapter of Young Americans for Liberty hosted a recruitment drive and petition signing against the university’s dry campus policy, which bars students from possessing or consuming alcohol on campus or at university-sponsored events unless specifically authorized.

Young Americans for Liberty (YAL), led by sophomore President Zeb Parris, is a new student group at Southeast. The national organization works to extend its mission to, “identify, educate, train and mobilize youth activists to make liberty win,” according to the YAL website.

Makayla Caldwell

Southeast welcomed back alumnus Nick Cutelli for Homecoming weekend with the opportunity to teach a theater master class at Southeast River Campus on Oct. 25.

 

“It’s good to be back,” Cutelli said. “It’s good to see how everything has grown and gotten bigger.”

 

Cutelli took a trip down memory lane as he shared changes he saw during his campus visit, as compared to when he graduated from Southeast in 2006.

 

The Harrison College of Business and Catapult Creative House are preparing for their annual Innovation Challenge in November.

The Innovation Challenge is a contest among students of any major and background to create projects to implement at Southeast.

Students are invited to create a team of two to three people to implement a program, campaign or other activity from which the Southeast community would benefit from. Diverse majors among teammates is highly encouraged.

Photo submitted by Rebecca Heppe

Southeast student Rebecca Heppe, who hails from Sikeston, Missouri, recently won the title of Miss Rodeo Missouri 2020.

The pageant was held Sept. 26 through 28 in Kansas City, and coronation was held at the performance of the American Royal Pro Rodeo. During the pageant, Rebecca won the following categories: written test, personality and horsemanship.

A rodeo queen is a female representative and the “face” of the sport of rodeo, according to Wikipedia. She represents her rodeo, association and region for approximately 12 months.

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Southeast’s River Campus went back in time with the adaption of “Ain’t Misbehavin’” at Rust Flexible Theatre on Oct. 10 through 13.

The Fats Waller Musical-inspired show takes the audience back to Harlem in the 1920s and ‘30s. It is a tribute to black musicians during the Harlem Renaissance, a time of creativity, ethnic pride and cultural awareness.

Instructor of musical theatre and pianist Joshua Harvey said the Second Stage Series is a show done on a budget, using only a piano, and a way to highlight more students who don’t always get lead parts.

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