Standing Rock bake sale table

Students raise money, awareness for Standing Rock protests

Southeastern students enrolled in a social movement class held a bake sale on Monday to support the protests occurring on the Standing Rock Indian Reservation in North Dakota. The bake sale raised funds to send to Oceti Sakowin Camp, a prominent camp of protesters against the installation of the Dakota Access Pipeline.  The proceeds will
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The Wicked Little Voodoo Dolls dance group

Hammond Horror Fest scares up variety of arts

Hammond Horror Fest celebrated Halloween through alternative arts earlier this month with its 48-hour film festival and 24-hour theater event. The annual festival began on Oct. 14 with the Macabre Showcase at Gnarly Barley Brewery, featuring an array of art forms ranging from film to dance. The next evening saw the return of the festival’s
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Sixth Hammond Horror Fest offers events old and new

Hammond Horror Fest will once again offer a showcase of alternative art this weekend, Oct. 14-15, in celebration of Halloween. The annual art exhibition, now in its sixth year, features a variety of events each October. This year’s festival will focus on the inaugural 48-hour film festival and the returning 24-hour theater event. “I think
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Kyron Scott at Southeastern's career fair

Annual career fair offers opportunities to students

Southeastern’s career fair offered employment and internship opportunities to communication majors interested in broadcast journalism. From 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. students had a chance to walk around the Pennington Student Activity Center and discover new opportunities and connections. Journalism students had the chance to meet Erik Tyger, assistant news director at KPLC 7 News.”I
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SGA Stress Less Breakfast

SGA offers biscuits to assist busy students

Southeastern’s Student Government Association gave away free breakfast and exam supplies to students walking through the Student Union Mall Tuesday morning. SGA holds this event, Stress Less Breakfast, every semester during exams week. Members of the organization distribute biscuits and exam supplies such as various Scantron forms, Blue Book test booklets and pencils. “We give
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Star Wars posters

Traveling poster vendor offers eclectic selection to students

Ross Robinson leaves his mountainside home in the jungles of Thailand for 35 to 40 weeks every year to sell posters at college campuses across the U.S. What started as a record store that he opened in New York City in 1970 eventually became a traveling poster sale that offers a widely varied selection. Robinson
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