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Southeast Holds Early Fall 2020 Commencement Ceremony

Dec 14, 2020
Photo by Brooke Holford

This story was edited with updates December 7, 2020.

In order to recognize graduates this fall, officials at Southeast Missouri State University worked towards the goal of holding a safe ceremony following covid guidelines.

Originally, the fall commencement ceremony was scheduled for Dec. 19. Dates were rearranged and Southeast held the ceremony at the Show-Me-Center on Nov. 21 to celebrate.

River Campus Hosts Fall For Dance 2020

Dec 8, 2020

Southeast students from the Jeanine Larson Dobbins Conservatory of Theatre and Dance presented their skills in a multitude of dance styles at the annual Fall For Dance production at the River Campus. The event kicked off Nov. 19 and ran through Nov. 22.

The showcase consisted of two acts made up of five pieces each. The show displayed a variety of dance styles from contemporary pieces to ballet to an exhilarating aerial performance.

Women’s Basketball Relies On Experience In Preparation For Season

Dec 1, 2020
Photo by Ramond Buck

This story was originally published Thursday, October 29, 2020.

The Southeast women’s basketball team won the Ohio Valley Conference Tournament Championship over University of Tennessee Martin in the 2019-2020 season. They have eight returning players from last year’s championship season to guide the newcomers in the right direction during their shorter-than-usual training period.

Southeast Senior Organizes Student Art Show

Dec 1, 2020

This story was originally published on Friday, November 20, 2020.

Bella Szabo was nominated by her peers to be an exhibition coordinator for an art show hosted by Catapult Creative House located on Broadway St. in downtown Cape Girardeau Nov. 20.

Szabo is a senior at Southeast pursuing a fine arts degree. In high school, doodling in her notebook was not her thing. Szabo preferred 3D types of art and getting her hands dirty in clay. She said she knew by the time she graduated high school that ceramics was “where I wanted to be.”

Parking Services Hosts Annual Ticket Forgiveness Food Drive to Support Redhawk Food Pantry

Nov 29, 2020
Photo by Miya Andrews

This story was originally published Mon. Nov. 30, 2020.

Student parking tickets were forgiven for donating non-perishable items to parking services to stock the Redhawk Food Pantry. The event was held from Nov. 16-20.

Parking Services waived one parking ticket per account. One $10 dollar ticket was waived for five donated items, and one $20 dollar ticket was waived for 10 donated items.