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Moby, by way of a press release from publicist "john miller," has announced a new album, More Fast Songs about the Apocalypse, and it's available now as a free download

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Pack your bags and don’t forget your swimsuit, because the Redhawks are headed to Mexico!

The SEMO men’s basketball team will be playing in the 2017 Cancun Challenge, an eight-team tournament that concludes with a series of games at the Hard Rock Hotel Riviera Maya.

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People with diabetes do not get to pick and choose when they want to deal with it. Diabetes is an ongoing disease that requires 24/7 work. But does having diabetes stop people from living their life to the fullest?

There are probably many different answers to that question. According to Ginger Vieira, the author of, “Dealing with Diabetes Burnout,” on a daily basis, she tries to balance three things: diabetes, life, and happiness.

A Preview of "Sunday at Three" for 2017-2018 Season

Jun 13, 2017
Southeast Missouri State University

What can you see in the Shuck Recital Hall this fall? Quirky quintets, bluegrass and even some local faces.

The "Sundays at Three" professional music series brings in artists from across the country and around the globe. As the series starts its eleventh season at the River Campus, we say goodbye to some old friends and welcome new faces. Artistic director Brandon Christensen exits the stage for a new job out west and Gabrielle Baffoni says she is excited to step in to guide the series. 

‘Poet Laureate of the Confederacy,’ 1838-1886
Southeast Missouri State University

It seems like Almost Yesterday that Father Abraham Joseph Ryan was well-known as ‘the Poet Laureate of the Confederacy.’ A controversial individual, Father Ryan was born in Hagerstown, Maryland in 1838 to Irish immigrant parents.

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