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For the last two years, signs notifying students of camera surveillance sit on the bookshelves at SE Campus’ Judith Carrier Library. Campus police have access to the footage.

Security cameras aid library, students

By Jamil Oakford/managing editor SE Campus’ Judith Carrier Library isn’t spying on students with its surveillance system, but it is capable of seeing what’s happening...
SE faculty, staff and students can submit to The Compass.

Magazine to accept submitted works

By Kathryn Kelman/editor-in-chief SE Campus’ The Compass magazine is taking submissions for its 2018 issue through May 11.  The arts magazine by and for SE students,...
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Counselor talks myths, warning signs of suicide

By Alaina Bapp/reporter Raising awareness about a silent epidemic, SE counselor Michele Faith shared myths about suicide and provided information to help students recognize the...
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Instructor shares how to help autistic students reinforce positive behaviors

By Quynh Nhu Nguyen/reporter South Campus history adjunct instructor Tracy Pierce, during a March 6 session on SE Campus, gave strategies for interacting with autistic...
Students take a relationship quiz given by SE counselor Carisa Bustillos-Givens. She presented the SE workshop on how to build healthy relationships and avoid unhealthy ones April 18.

Dissecting dating

By Keishonda Sherman/reporter Speaker talks healthy relationships Students gained insight about how to build healthy relationships and recognize abusive ones at a workshop April 18. SE counselor...
TESSA program manager Jessica Grace addresses SE students April 18. Her speech focused on the long-term effects of violence.

Mental scars can linger

By Keishonda Sherman/reporter Students learned at a lecture April 18 on SE Campus about interpersonal violence and the trauma it causes. Jessica Grace, the program manager...