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SE student Nashat Qashou is currently the president of the Muslim Student Association. The club aims to give students a healthy, social and faithful atmosphere.

Muslim counteracts stereotypes

By Raegan Scharfetter/managing editor Even though SE student Nashat Qashou is proud to be born in Arlington, he has still experienced the sting of discrimination. Sent...
Construction to connect the ESEE and ESCT buildings begins as part of an effort to increase sticky spaces for students on SE Campus.

New student area to link buildings

By Annette Kirk/campus editor As its student population grows, SE Campus facilities continue to expand with a new student area, which is expected to be...
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Effective communication needed between professors, students

By Annette Kirk/campus editor Effective communication requires verbal and non-verbal connections between professors and students, a SE instructor said. SE speech instructor Stephen Brown said he...
Members of SE’s Fusion Dance Company rehearse for the Dec. 8 Dance Works concert. For many students, this concert is the first time they will perform onstage.

Dance students to show off skills

By Ashley Saleh/reporter Concert to feature dance, music performances Dance students will showcase their skills in a dance concert Dec. 8 at the C.A. Roberson Theatre...
Searching for Home: Coming Back From War was the film shown to students on SE Campus Oct. 15. The film reflects on the challenges that veterans face when returning home from war.

Film shows veteran struggles

By Bailey Garrison/reporter The National Endowment for the Humanities and SE Campus organized a discussion about how veterans transition back into civilian life Oct. 15. Following...
SE students Bethany DuMond, Leo Vibal and Tera Gulley rehearse a scene from “The Countess” by Lillian Little-Schmidt. The Festival of New Plays runs Nov. 29-Dec. 2 on SE.

Student plays to take center stage

By Annette Kirk/campus editor Festival creates opportunities A collection of student plays will be performed when the SE Campus theater department hosts the Festival of New...
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Speaker teaches students to think critically

By Alisha Thompson/reporter The director of Virginia Commonwealth University’s teaching and learning center challenged students to connect, analyze, evaluate and extend their critical thinking skills...
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War stories bring veterans together

By Edgar Estrada and Hailey Creighton/reporters A panel of veterans shared experiences from their time in service at The Veterans Experience from World War I to...
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Speakers share personal experiences with military

By Bailey Garrison/reporter SE Campus English instructor and Air Force veteran Dianne Suarez and several of her War Literature students presented a Nov. 7 session...