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Southeast Missouri forward Milos Vranes is back in Cape Girardeau after an unforgettable experience this past summer.

Vranes, a senior at Southeast, proudly represented his country as a member of the Serbian National Basketball Team in the 2017 World University Games.

A native of Belgrade, Vranes first tried out for his native team at a camp in Denver, Colorado back in May. He made the final cut of 12 players, who later competed at the World University Games in Taipei, Taiwan from Aug. 20-29.

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Did you know that one in 25 youth, ages 12 through 17, has abused cough medicine to get high?

October is Medicine Abuse Awareness Month.

William Moses Gould Helms, 1902-1953
Southeast Missouri State University

It seems like almost yesterday that one of the great legends of Southeast Missouri was born. On the afternoon of August 14, 1902, William Helms, a farmer near Hopewell, Missouri stopped to water his horse in a stream under a railroad trestle near Irondale. As he turned to leave he heard the muffled cry of a child. To his great surprise he found the sound coming from a suitcase that was on the river’s bank at the water’s edge. Inside the suitcase he found a baby boy with an extra set of clothes and a spool of black thread.

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If it’s date night you’re after, the River Campus has you covered this weekend.

This Friday is yet another First Friday of the Arts. What does that mean? It means receptions, artist talks and exhibitions—all for free! The River Campus Art Gallery will be opening Two Brothers: Points of Origin, paintings by brothers Jason and Stanley Bly. The Artist Talk starts at 4:30 with the reception beginning at 5 p.m.

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Get the Church’s take on familiar Halloween tales at Sister’s Back to School Catechism at the River Campus, tonight at 7:30.

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