Tuesday, March 9, 2021

CAMPUS

Launch Your Career at Southeast Spring 2019 Career Expo

Launch Your Career at Southeast Spring 2019 Career Expo

More than 140 employers will be on hand to meet students at Southeast Missouri State University’s 2019 Spring Career Expo, sponsored by Career Services, March 7 at the Student Recreation …

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Ribbon Cutting March 7 for Sikeston Autism Center

Ribbon Cutting March 7 for Sikeston Autism Center

The new Southeast Missouri State University Autism Center for Diagnosis and Treatment at Southeast’s Sikeston Campus will hold a ribbon cutting and open house from 4:30-6 p.m. March 7 at …

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Accelerated Collegiate Experience Program Jump-Starting Cape Central Students’ College, Career Goals

Accelerated Collegiate Experience Program Jump-Starting Cape Central Students’ College, Career Goals

Seventeen-year-old Jordan “Eli” Arnn wants to become a neonatal surgeon. She knows she has a long road of schooling and studying ahead of her to land her dream job, which …

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 Southeast Alumna Among Golden Apple Excellence in Teaching Award Finalists

 Southeast Alumna Among Golden Apple Excellence in Teaching Award Finalists

Southeast Missouri State University alumna Libby (Dillaplain) Magee is a finalist for the 2019 Golden Apple Awards for Excellence in Teaching. Magee is one of 32 finalists selected from more …

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Missouri Earthquake Awareness Month Highlights Risks of New Madrid Seismic Zone

Missouri Earthquake Awareness Month Highlights Risks of New Madrid Seismic Zone

Southeast Missouri – home to the New Madrid Seismic Zone (NMSZ) – has produced some of the strongest earthquakes ever to rock North America. In 1811-1812, a series of major quakes destroyed …

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81 Percent Buckled Up in Seat Belt Check at Southeast

81 Percent Buckled Up in Seat Belt Check at Southeast

Eighty-one percent of occupants were buckled up last week when Southeast Missouri State University Police spearheaded a seat belt check on campus Feb. 13. All occupants who were seat belt compliant …

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New Madrid St. Between Missouri, West End Closed Feb. 22

The 1500-block of New Madrid St. between Missouri St. and West End Blvd. will be closed today, Feb. 22 from 6:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m. to replace concrete patches due to water system work in the area. A detour will be provided, and drivers are asked to use caution around this work zone.

ACADEMIC

College of Education, Health and Human Studies Hosting Share Fair Feb. 27

The College of Education, Health and Human Studies will host a Share Fair Wednesday, Feb. 27 for students who currently have undecided majors and want to learn more about a program. Students will have opportunities to meet faculty, and refreshments and prizes will be available. The Share Fair will be held from 2-4 p.m. in the Student Recreation Center.

Athenaeum Series Presents 'Plant Sense and Hybrid Communication' Feb. 27

Kent Library's Athenaeum Lecture Series will present "Plant Sense and Hybrid Communication" at noon on Wednesday, Feb. 27, in Sadie's Place in Kent Library. The presentation will be given by Alex Adkinson, a Southeast graduate student currently studying sculpture, and who has conducted ecology and arts research through the University of Minnesota, the University of California-Berkeley and the U.S. Forest Service. Adkinson will explore an array of sensing and communicative abilities in plant life uncovered through emergent technologies and ecological science research. This presentation will focus on the nature and possible implications of plant agency as well as how people may interface with, learn from, and move towards a more collaborative relationship with plant life. Connections will be drawn to art practice, digital cultures and philosophy.

ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Southeast Students Create Jackson Window Displays Celebrating Former Marvel Comics Editor

Southeast Students Create Jackson Window Displays Celebrating Former Marvel Comics Editor

Artwork by Southeast Missouri State University faculty and students will be on display Saturday, Feb. 23, at the 2019 February Annual in Jackson, Missouri. The event is scheduled from 3-8 …

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Southeast Alum Returns from Broadway to Design ‘Sister Act’

Southeast Alum Returns from Broadway to Design ‘Sister Act’

Southeast Missouri State University alumnus and Scott City, Missouri, native Matthew Buttrey has returned to his stomping grounds from The Big Apple to guest design the production of “Sister Act” …

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Southeast Missouri Symphony to Perform Shostakovich’s ‘Fifth Symphony’

Southeast Missouri Symphony to Perform Shostakovich’s ‘Fifth Symphony’

The Southeast Missouri Symphony will perform Dmitri Shostakovich’s famous “Fifth Symphony” at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, March 5, in the Donald C. Bedell Performance Hall on the River Campus of …

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Juror to Showcase Her Children’s Book Illustrations

Juror to Showcase Her Children’s Book Illustrations

Sarah Haig, an associate professor of graphic design at the University of Tennessee at Martin (UTM), will showcase her series of hand-drawn and digital illustrations for children’s books in the …

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Ivers Square Focus of Crisp Museum’s ‘Historic Tuesday Talk’ Feb. 26

Ivers Square Focus of Crisp Museum’s ‘Historic Tuesday Talk’ Feb. 26

Ivers Square will be the focus of the Feb. 26 installment in the “Historic Tuesday Talk” series in the Rosemary Berkel and Harry L. Crisp II Museum at Southeast Missouri …

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BOGO Faculty and Staff Tickets Available for 'Paper Doll Militia'

Buy one get one free tickets are available for "Paper Doll Militia" presented by The Jeanine Larson Dobbins Conservatory of Theatre and Dance at the River Campus at 7:30 p.m. March 1. A maximum of two tickets may be purchased with two free tickets received. Tickets may be purchased at the River Campus Box Office, Show Me Center Box Office, or the Athletics Box Office. A valid faculty or staff ID must be presented when purchasing.

REDHAWKS

Men's Basketball on the Road at Murray State

Southeast Missouri's men's basketball team will travel to Murray State University on Saturday, Feb. 23. Tipoff is set for 7 p.m. All games are broadcast live on the radio at Real Rock 99.3 FM. Watch live on ESPN+. Live stats available at GoRacers.com.

Women's Basketball Heads to Murray State

The Redhawk women's basketball team heads to Murray State University on Saturday, Feb. 23. Tipoff is set for 5 p.m. All games are broadcast live on the radio at ESPN 1220 AM. Watch live on ESPN+. Live stats available at GoRacers.com.

Baseball Continues Home Stretch

The Redhawks baseball team will play host to Western Illinois University in a three-game series beginning today, Feb. 22 at 1 p.m. All games are broadcast live on the radio at ESPN 1220 AM. Live stats available at GoSoutheast.com.

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Tennis Competes in Redbird Invitational

Southeast Missouri's women's tennis team competes in the 2019 Redbird Invitational Saturday, Feb. 23 and Sunday, Feb. 24 in Normal, Illinois.

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Gymnastics Back in Action This Weekend

The Redhawk women's gymnastics team returns to action at the Ball State Tri-Meet in Muncie, Indiana, on Sunday, Feb. 24. Illinois State University and Ball State University will also participate in the event.

Basketball Radio Show is Monday at Wings Etc. in Cape Girardeau

The Southeast Missouri basketball radio show is at Wings Etc. in Cape Girardeau on Monday Feb. 25. Listen live from noon-1 p.m. on ESPN 1220 and 1470 AM. 

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