Wednesday, March 03, 2021


Southeast Announces Recipients of Competitive President’s Scholarship

Five outstanding area students have been selected as recipients of Southeast Missouri State University’s competitive President’s Scholarship for the 2020-2021 academic year. The awardees are Grace Barlage of Murphysboro, Illinois; Clayton Eftink of Cape Girardeau, Missouri; Olivia Heidbrink of Ballwin, Missouri; Emma Koontz of Swansea, Illinois; and Megan Lipe of Perryville, Missouri. The students were on campus Jan. 24 and …
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UPDATE: Website Redesign Vendors Presenting on Campus

* Please note, the following information about website redesign vendor presentations at Southeast has been updated with new information. Two vendors will be making campus presentations in the coming weeks to discuss redesigning the website. An RFP was issued in December, and nine proposals were received. Those proposals were narrowed to two for campus presentations by a task force …
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South Campus Electrical Outages Planned During Spring Break

During Spring Break, Facilities Management and outside contractors will be replacing the 5 kilovolt feeder line that supplies power to buildings on the south electrical loop. This work is necessary due to deterioration of existing cables. The project will require the following power outages:
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Kent Library Calls for 'What You've Been Reading' Recommendations

To celebrate the second anniversary of the Reading Recs list, Kent Library's theme for March is "What You've Been Reading". Recommend a book you're currently reading, recently read or any book you want to share. To submit a book recommendation by 5 p.m. Feb. 21, visit

'Fake News' Focus of Kent Library Athenaeum Lecture Feb. 19

Kent Library's Athenaeum Lecture Series will present "Fake News and Other Myths: The Evolution of Journalism in the 21st Century" at noon Wednesday, Feb. 19, on Kent Library's main floor. The lecture will be given by Dr. Pam Perry, chair of Southeast's Department of Mass Media, who will discuss how much like the printing press revolutionized literacy, the Internet has transformed journalism through social media and other digital forms of communication. Cries of "Fake News!" and "alternative facts!" abound. Parry will explore how we got here and how we can move forward.


Tickets on Sale Today for Chris Young at Show Me Center

Chris Young returns to the Show Me Center May 1 as part of the "Two Ain't Big Enough World Tour 2020" with special guests Scotty McCreery and Payton Smith. Tickets went on sale earlier today. For more information, visit
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Men's Basketball Overpowers Skyhawks in Final Minute to Pull Off 74-72 Comeback Win

Skyler Hogan scored 21 points and Alex Caldwell added 14, including seven in the final 36 seconds to lead Southeast Missouri to a 74-72 come-from-behind win over University of Tennessee-Martin Feb. 13 at the Show Me Center.
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Women's Basketball Moves Into First-Place Tie with 71-69 Win Over UT Martin

Southeast Missouri knocked off University of Tennessee-Martin by a score of 71-69, moving into a tie for first in the Ohio Valley Conference Feb. 13.

Men's Basketball Faces SIUE Feb. 15

Southeast Missouri men's basketball team wraps up its four-game home stand when it takes on Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville on Saturday, Feb. 15, at 4 p.m. All games are broadcast live on the radio at Real Rock 99.3 FM. Watch live on ESPN+. Live stats available at
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Women's Basketball Closes Out Home Stand

The Redhawk women's basketball team closes out its four-game home stand when it hosts Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville on Saturday, Feb. 15, at 2 p.m. All games are broadcast live on the radio at ESPN 1220 AM. Watch on ESPN+. Live stats at

Track and Field Heads to Hoosier Hills Invite

Southeast Missouri men's and women's track and field teams resume indoor action when they travel to the Hoosier Hills Invite in Bloomington, Indiana, today, Feb. 14.
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Gymnastics Returns to Action This Weekend

The Redhawk women's gymnastics team faces Seattle Pacific University, Centenary College of Louisiana, and the University of Bridgeport at the Gymquarters Mardi Gras Invitational today, Feb. 14, in St. Charles, Missouri.
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Tennis Travels to the University of Missouri

Southeast Missouri women's tennis will compete in a doubleheader against in-state rival University of Missouri Feb. 17 at the Mizzou Tennis Complex in Columbia, Missouri. Matches are scheduled for 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. The doubleheader was originally scheduled for Feb. 15 but was moved to Monday.
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Baseball Opens 2020 Season This Weekend in Louisiana

The Redhawk baseball team opens its 2020 season with a three-game series at the University of Louisiana-Monroe today-Sunday, Feb. 14-16. All games are broadcast live on the radio at ESPN 1220 AM.
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Softball Begins 2020 Season in Alabama

Southeast Missouri's softball team begins its 2020 season with five games at the Troy University Tournament in Troy, Alabama, this weekend. The Redhawks face Kennesaw State University today and Feb. 16, Purdue University Fort Wayne today, Southern Mississippi University on Feb. 15, and host Troy University on Feb. 15.
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Basketball Radio Show is Monday at Wings Etc.

The Southeast Missouri basketball radio show is on Monday, Feb. 17 at Wings Etc. in Jackson. Listen live from noon-1 p.m. at ESPN 1220 AM and 1470 AM.
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