Despite the rain, community members flooded into South Campus’ gym to learn more about health, receive free screenings and learn how to cook healthy meals April 21.

Expo delivers free testing, education

By Jamil Oakford/managing editor Rain didn’t deter community members from learning healthy twists on traditional soul food recipes or getting free health screenings and other...
Benjamin Brace of Benbrook battles Donny “Peasant” Neff during a live action role play of a scene from Dr. Who at the South Campus Anime Convention April 14. The two-day event celebrated all things anime and gaming. See more on page 10.

Cosplayers unite

By Jamil Oakford/managing editor Campus’ anime convention draws big numbers Atlantis royalty, alchemists, warriors of Amtgard and more descended upon South Campus for a celebration of...
A young child attending last year’s African-American Health Expo is measured for his height. This year’s expo will be April 21 on South.

Health expo returns

By Jamil Oakford/managing editor Event to shed light on gap in community services South Campus will serve as the backdrop for a conversation on health disparity...
South’s Anime Convention will have a cosplay contest.

Anime-con to return for another semester

By Jamil Oakford/managing editor Cosplayers, roleplayers and video game/card players can unite to network and talk to other fans of anime at the South Campus...
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Exhibit to explore culture, stigmas

By JW McNay/campus editor A Middle Eastern art exhibit April 9 on South Campus will feature art submitted by students and faculty. Secrets of Geometric Patterns...
South students Shania Boo’ty and Angelica Mora rehearse Samuel Beckett’s “Come and Go,” which is one of four of the playwright’s works they will perform in beckett April 5-7.

Discomfort, starkness at heart of playwright’s greatest hits

By Kathryn Kelman/editor-in-chief South students described Samuel Beckett’s works as “ambiguous,” “anxious” and “uncomfortable,” but they’re excited to give audiences a different theater experience when...
South Campus held the Treisha Light Women’s Symposium and Luncheon March 1 in the Rotunda. Students learned about what women contributed to the campus’ 50-year history.

Lunch celebrates women

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Curator to honor local artists, look at classical themes

By Luke Newby/reporter A new exhibit that takes a contemporary look at classical art will open in South Campus’ Carillon Gallery March 8. Ar(T)chaology: Excavations of...