On the first day of classes of the fall 2017 semester at 1:20:21 p.m., Southeast will align in the path of the first total solar eclipse to cross the United States from the Pacific to the Atlantic since June 8, 1918. For one minute and 45 seconds, Cape Girardeau will go dark as the moon passes in front of the sun. To celebrate this unique experience and educate Southeast students about this historic event, we need your help! Share your ideas about how the University can encourage students to engage in activities relating to the eclipse that day, and what those activities/programs could be. All suggestions are welcomed. To submit your ideas, contact April Schoen at firstname.lastname@example.org.