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MISSION IMPROVABLE

MISSION IMPROVABLE

January 30, 2008

CAB will sponsor a national improv touring team called Mission IMPROVable. M.I. aims to involve everyone in the audience, giving opportunities to appear on stage to help the team to complete a "mission."...

Pound celebrates 10 years at University

Pound celebrates 10 years at University

April 10, 2007

Elisa Bryant, almuni relations coordinator, and Lee Elliff Pound, director of the Missouri Southern Alumni Association, pose in front of the Mission Hills Mansion. The Alumni Association coordinated with...

Proposed health sciences building moves closer to reality

Proposed health sciences building moves closer to reality

September 5, 2006

Sen. Gary Nodler (R-Joplin), left; Board of Governors Chairman Dwight Douglas; and University President Julio León announce progress toward the proposed health sciences building Sept. 6 in the Billingsly...

Jazz tour raises funds for hurricane victims

Jazz tour raises funds for hurricane victims

May 2, 2006

(From left to right) Robert Terry, senior music major; Luke Ochsenbein, sophomore music major; Joel Thomas, senior music major; Tom Smith, senior music education major; Damon Graue, senior music major;...

Southern, SEMO sign agreement

Southern, SEMO sign agreement

February 22, 2006

Southeast Missouri State University President Kenneth Dobbins (seated, right) signs a cooperative master's degree program in criminal justice with University President Julio Leon Feb. 17. After the Coordinating...

Band pursues success for richer or poorer

Band pursues success for richer or poorer

April 27, 2004

Members of the band The Rich Kids are anything but rich. They each work at area fast food restaurants five and six days per week to pay their bills and afford musical equipment. Financial stability is...

Band pursues success for richer or poorer

Band pursues success for richer or poorer

April 27, 2004

Members of the local band, The Rich Kids, sometimes become so consumed with performing their original punk-emo songs they are unaware of their surroundings. Matt Long, lead guitarist and vocalist, said...

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