Ruth Owens Exhibition at SLU Contemporary Art Gallery

Evan Deroche – October 18, 2020 Southeastern’s Contemporary Art Gallery is exhibiting the work of New Orleans-based artist Ruth Owens with an installment titled “Black Outdoors: Crossing Boundaries”. The exhibit is free to the public and will remain open until Oct 29. Gallery Director Cristina Molina said in a Southeastern press release, “The exhibition will
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Southeastern professor shared how art classes have been impacted by Covid-19.

When a nationwide stay-at-home order was placed this past March, universities across the country went virtual with their learning. For some, the changes were seamless, but for professors who required work that could not be submitted via e-mail, the transition was not smooth. A public survey conducted by Americans for the Arts established 88% of
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Louisiana Nonprofit for Pediatric Health

Heart defects are the most common birth defects according to the CDC. In countries outside of the United States, it is not common practice to fix congenital heart defects, but a group of Texas doctors wanted to change that. In June 2000, HeartGift was founded in Austin, TX. Ten years later, it had established chapters
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Benefit of working an On-campus Student Employment

Having an on-campus job is an experience many college students have while working through school. Working upwards of 30 hours per week, completing assignments and participating in school activities can be a sacrifice but it comes with a greater reward. Coming from the experience of Noel James, a Junior Family and Consumer Science major. She
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Mail-In Voting and COVID-19 Issues

COVID-19 is still causing issues, but this time on more of a political scale. With the virus still consuming every bit of our news feed, phases restrictions and masks, and social distancing enforced, mail-in ballots are what seem to be the move for some voters. But there are some differing opinions that go along with
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Hope’s Home: Methodist Children’s Home Constructs New Sanctuary

Faith, hope, and love… a saying you usually would see on a soccer mom’s kitchen wall by her coffee pot, but Patrick Blanchard, a retired medical lawyer, takes those words to heart. Blanchard is the Director of the Methodist Children’s Home, a 120 year old organization that started in Ruston Louisiana. The Children’s Home is
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