Friday, September 20, 2019

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Faculty art exhibition delayed

September, 18, 2019 | Victor Allison | reporter Construction delays put wrench in SE’s plans to launch an art show. Students who anticipated a sophisticated, cultural...

Honors society encourages new members

September, 11, 2019 | Victor Allison | reporter Phi Theta Kappa is looking for new recruits. The honor society, known for top academic performers at community...

Literary classic analyzed

By Kimberly G. Landeros/reporter Themes in Mary Shelley’s iconic novel “Frankenstein” were the topic of discussion for philosophy professor Michael Vendsel’s “Thinking about the Monster”...

Taste of victory for culinary connoisseurs

By Victor Allison/reporter Instructors with a lot to prove earned validation at a cooking competition in Fort Worth. Chef Alison Hodges and Nathan Price were a...

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Actors help students learn people skills

By Victor Allison/reporter Doctors and nurses have hundreds of responsibilities, and sometimes an accident can lead to a variety of issues. SE dietetics program students...
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Speaker, exhibit explore classic horror literature

By Kimberly G. Landeros/reporter SE philosophy professor, Michael Vendsel, will discuss Mary Shelley’s “Frankenstein” and illustrate philosophical trends present in the novel April 17 on...

New show to reinvent traditional theatre

By Victor Allison/reporter Four nights of unorthodox theater will be hosted at SE Campus with “Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind.” SE drama associate...
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Presentation explores effect of opioid crisis in U.S.

By Paolo Tax/reporter The opioid epidemic, which killed 70,000 people in 2017 alone, has affected the U.S. for years, and SE Campus students learned more...
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Teacher speaks on inner beauty

Media alters perception of glamour By Abraham Haifa/reporter A speaker challenged an audience March 26 to think about society’s standards of what is considered beautiful for...