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Confused About The Judges Up For Election? You’re Not Alone

Oct 21, 2020
Graphic by: Elizabeth Jett

One of the more enigmatic elections on this year's Missouri election ballot is the retention election for Judge Patricia Breckenridge of the Missouri Supreme Court. Sounds important, doesn’t it?

LGBTQ+ Caucus At The UC

Oct 20, 2020
Photo by: Josh Seabaugh, Southeast Arrow Reporter

The 2020 Presidential Election is different from the elections before it, as the pandemic still affects the world. And for many Southeast students, it will be the first Presidential Election they can take part in. When running for president, candidates have to appeal to specific groups of voters. One such group is the LGBTQ+ community. To discuss the upcoming election, an event called the LGBTQ+ Caucus was held by the LGBTQ+ Resource Center on Oct. 14.

The Pack Returns For An Entirely Streamed Run of “The Wolves”

Oct 16, 2020
Photo submitted by Roxanne Wellington


As the curtain closed early on the Spring 2020 semester, River Campus productions such as “The Wolves” were thrown into uncertainty.


“The Wolves,” written by Sarah DeLappe, is a six-scene play focusing on a girls’ soccer team, delving into the female mind with an all-female cast directed by Roxanne Wellington. According to Public Relations and Theater Alumna Francesca Bucci, an all-female cast is typically hard to come by in theater.


Black Lives Matter Gallery Shown at Catapult

Oct 16, 2020
Nicolette Baker

A recent exhibit at Catapult Creative House focused on the Black Lives Matter Movement, raising awareness through art submissions from Southeast faculty, students and staff. The 25-piece collection included artwork in a variety of mediums, including charcoal, paint and photography.

COVID-19 Positive Students Adjust To New Living Arrangements On Campus

Oct 13, 2020
Madison Abanathie - Southeast Arrow

Southeast has reported 284 total COVID-19 cases since they began tracking and reporting their data July 27. When a student receives a positive test result for the virus, specific steps are taken to ensure the safety of the student.

Music education sophomore Ella Crader is a student residing on campus who tested positive for COVID-19 a week ago. Crader is living in Dearmont and adjusting to the new arrangement.