The Fault Line Film Festival award ceremony was held Nov. 19 at the Donald C. Bedell Performance Hall at the River Campus. Ten films received awards at the ceremony. The prize for Best of Festival went to Amanda Sachtleben... >>
Fault Line Film Festival awards student filmmakers
The Fault Line Film Festival award ceremony was held Nov. 19 at the Donald C. Bedell Performance Hall at the River Campus. Ten films received awards at the ceremony. The prize for Best of Festival went to Amanda Sachtleben for her film, "unExpected." Sachtleben summarizes the film as being about a person who receives some big important news, and it follows him throughout his day which he thinks is going to be his last...
Southeast alumna's book published
Motivation can be hard to come by and sometimes it's a stranger that provides it to those who need it. Ellen Shuck has been dishing out motivational musings in the Southeast Missourian newspaper in Cape Girardeau every other week for over a decade, and now she has put her collections in a book...
Chartwells employee Ron Ruppel rocks out with The Tone Def All-Stars
When Southeast Missouri State University's Chartwells Assistant Retail Dining Director Ron Ruppel isn't overseeing the daily operations of the University Center, Starbucks, Subway and Houck's Place, he's taking every chance he can to rock out with his band The Tone Def All-Stars...
Schubert mass highlighted
The Southeast Missouri State University Choir, Southeast Missouri Choral Union and Southeast Missouri Symphony Orchestra will be performing in a joint concert. Community members sing within the Choral Union and it is made up of about 60 members. The University Choir is made up of about 40 students...
Fault Line Film Festival grows
The Fault Line Film Festival has seen tremendous growth over its five years of existence at Southeast Missouri State University, with more than 30 entries this year to the festival. Fault Line Film Festival is a student film competition that culminates in a gala screening open to the public of the winning films on Friday...
Senior Student Exhibition
Seniors in the Southeast Missouri State University's Department of Art will feature their work in the River Campus Art Gallery as a final step before graduation. The BFA Graduating Seniors Exhibition, which is held every fall and spring, is used to present senior students' work as they are heading out of college and into the work field. Students are completing this artwork as part of their last class in their major courses...
Southeast dancers present work at annual show
It's that time of year again, Southeast Missouri State University's Department of Theater and Dance will put on its annual Fall for Dance production, and this year will have plenty to talk about. Fall for Dance will take place Nov. 20 through Nov. 23 in the Donald C. Bedell Performance Hall at the River Campus...
Southeast's University and Chamber Choirs team up for combined concert
The Southeast Missouri State University Choir and the Chamber Choir held its first concert last Thursday in the Robert F. and Gertrude L. Shuck Music Recital Hall at the River Campus. "I programmed a lot of this repertoire specifically for Shuck," Dr. Peter J. Durow, director of choral activities, said. "It's a very live space and, with a capella music, it's just a beautiful sound that is wonderful in this room."...
Years of planning develop into success for River Campus
Southeast Missouri State University President Dr. Kenneth W. Dobbins still recalls seeing little girls who donned the infamous "ruby, red slippers" to match "The Wizard of Oz" character Dorothy as they sat in anticipation with their parents in the Donald C. Bedell Performance Hall when a touring production performance of the show was held at the River Campus...
GSA drag show well attended by students
The Gay Straight Alliance hosted their annual drag show Oct. 30, with around 400 people in attendance. "It's all about humanity and expressing yourself as an individual, representing your community, but also representing yourself within that whole compass of 'We're people, we want to be treated right, and this is just a form of entertainment,'" Khrystal Leight, the MC of the show, said...
Crystal Wagner exhibits at Southeast
Students interested in a different type of art should be thrilled when artist Crystal Wagner's exhibition opens in the Rosemary Berkel and Harry L. Crisp II Museum at the Southeast Missouri State University's River Campus. Wagner, born in Baltimore, Maryland, started painting at the age of 4 and knew immediately that she wanted to be an artist...
Southeast organization keeps tradition alive with 10th annual drag show
The Gay Straight Alliance at Southeast Missouri State University is hosting its annual drag show on Thursday. "The goal is to give the community an opportunity to explore further into a different experience," Amy Rubrich, president of GSA, said. "It's free to the public, and we do a Q-and-A panel at the end where people can ask the drag kings and queens questions and everybody just has fun."...
Behind the Scenes at the River Campus