“Just take a breath.” “Spit it out.” Do these comments seem conducive to effective communication?

Vargas Speaks - Episode 7

Oct 25, 2016
Southeast Missouri State University

Dan Woods sat down with Southeast President Carlos on Tuesday, October 18 for their monthly conversation about issues and events impacting the campus of Southeast Missouri State University.

Woods began by asking the president about two reports of sexual assault on the campus in 2016 and the the university handles those situations. 

Southeast Missouri State University

It seems like Almost Yesterday that the community of Bunker celebrated its centennial history.  Founded by Sylvanus J. Bunker in 1907, the small community paid tribute to its founders and its history with a weekend commemoration in June of 2007.

Perhaps you've noticed the recent newspaper ads for something called the "vinegar diet," which promises that you can lose weight without cutting calories or going hungry. The hitch is you have to drink vinegar several times daily. I haven't tried the regimen but I suspect it would sour me even further on dieting. Unless, however, I could substitute that most un-vinegar-like of vinegars, the balsamic variety.

Marissanne Lewis-Thompson/KRCU

The Black Lives Matter movement  pushed the conversation of racial injustices with law enforcement against African Americans into the national spotlight. Assistant Professor Dr. Shonta Smith from the Department of Elementary, Early and Special Education at Southeast Missouri State University, is a supporter of the movement. Smith, who teaches courses on diversity joined KRCU's Marissanne Lewis-Thompson in the studio to talk about the movement.