Wednesday, March 3, 2021

CAMPUS

Budget to be Discussed at President’s Brown Bag Lunch, Afternoon Session March 9

Budget to be Discussed at President’s Brown Bag Lunch, Afternoon Session March 9

The President’s Office will hold a Brown Bag Lunch at noon on Thursday, March 9, in Academic Hall Auditorium. President Vargas also will lead a second meeting at 3 p.m. …

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Southeast Participating in Missouri Statewide Tornado Drill at 10 a.m. March 7

  Severe weather can strike at any time in Missouri, making it important for all of us to be prepared to find the most secure shelter available, no matter where …

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The Department of Public Safety Urges Campus To Listen For Alerts During Spring Severe Weather

The Department of Public Safety (DPS) at Southeast wants you be informed and safe during turbulent severe weather. DPS recommends the use of a NOAA Weather Radio to keep you …

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University Press Holding Bruised Book Sale to Support Perryville Tornado Relief Efforts

University Press Holding Bruised Book Sale to Support Perryville Tornado Relief Efforts

The University Press at Southeast Missouri State University has joined with the Southeast Missouri Chapter of the American Red Cross in supporting a book sale fund-raising effort for victims of …

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Southeast Staff, Faculty, Students Honored with ADDY Awards

Southeast Staff, Faculty, Students Honored with ADDY Awards

University Communications and Marketing along with faculty and students at Southeast Missouri State University won several local ADDY Awards Feb. 24 at the annual 2017 American Advertising Federation (AAF) Awards …

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Panel Discussion 'Life Without' Comes to Academic Hall Auditorium March 8

David Robinson has served 16 years of a life sentence for the murder of Sheila Box. But did he do it? Two witnesses have recanted, and another man confessed to …

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March Edition of Chartwells' Newsletter 'The Scoop' Now Available Online

Check out "The Scoop," Chartwells' monthly newsletter, for dining specials happening near you!  This month's edition is available here and includes a delicious recipe for spinach hummus and information about National Nutrition Month.

ACADEMIC

Southeast History Professor Featured in American Heroes Channel Documentary TV Show

Southeast History Professor Featured in American Heroes Channel Documentary TV Show

Southeast Missouri State University history professor Dr. Adam Criblez was recently featured in two episodes of “America: Facts vs. Fiction” on the American Heroes Channel. This is the first time …

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415 Student Projects to be Displayed at Southeast Missouri Regional Science Fair

415 Student Projects to be Displayed at Southeast Missouri Regional Science Fair

The work of 609 students from 37 area high schools and junior high schools will be displayed at the 61st Annual Southeast Missouri Regional Science Fair March 7 in the …

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March Problem of the Month Now Available

The Department of Mathematics wishes to congratulate  Andrew Crutcher and Grace Boyum for winning the February 2017 Problem of the Month contest. A new problem for March has been posted here. Solutions are due by noon on March 31 in Johnson Hall 201.

ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

REDHAWKS

Redhawks End Season with 74-51 Loss to Jacksonville State

Erik Durham and Norbertas Giga each had a double-double, and #4 Jacksonville State (18-14) buried 12 three-pointers in a 74-51 win over #5 Southeast Missouri (15-18) Thursday night in the quarterfinals of the Ohio Valley Conference Tournament. With the loss, SEMO ends its 2016-2017 campaign as one of the most improved teams in NCAA Division I basketball this season. The Redhawks, entered last night's game 19th on that list, increasing their win total by a +10 margin following a 5-24 record a year ago.

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Mahoney in CCR Freshman of the Year Contest

Southeast Missouri guard Denzel Mahoney was recently added to the Third Annual College Court Report Mid-Major Freshman of the Year Contest. CCR assembled 64 of the top freshmen in the country who played for programs outside of the power conferences. The bracket includes four regions of 16 players each. Mahoney is up against Gonzaga's Zach Collins in the first round of the West Region bracket. Fans will determine the winner by voting daily at CollegeCourtReport.com, and on Twitter or Facebook. First round voting ends on March 5.

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Baseball Hosts Purdue This Weekend

Southeast’s baseball team hosts Big Ten Conference foe Purdue in a three-game series this weekend. The series opens today, March 3 with a 6 p.m. first pitch at Capaha Field. All games are broadcast on ESPN 92.9 FM. The Redhawks also play at 2 p.m. Saturday and 1 p.m. Sunday.

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Softball Heads to All-Missouri Cancer Classic

The Redhawk softball team heads to Kansas City for the All-Missouri Cancer Classic this weekend. Southeast, Missouri State, Saint Louis and host UMKC will participate in this year’s event.

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Gymnastics Hosts Final Two Home Meets

Southeast’s gymnastics team hosts Texas Woman’s and Rutgers today, March 3. Start time is 6:30 p.m. The Redhawks then welcome Air Force for their home finale on Sunday, March 5 at 1 p.m. Both meets are at Houck Field House. Video for both days can be accessed online at the OVC Digital Network.

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