Arrow on the Air

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This week host Kailyn Veach reads off this weeks highlights of High Tea at the IV event, The SEMO District Fair, Gamma Sigma Sigma's help with Alex's Lemonade Stand and SEMO's Volleyball undefeated streak.
This week host Owen Korando highlights the story about SEMO's Volleyball team, painting flower pots for the bees, Southeast's alumni horror book series, and the health and wellness fair.
Welcome back to Arrow on the Air, this week host Nathan Gladden shares the top headlines of the first football game of the season vs. SIU, Big Bucks & BBQ, and the Shipyard Music Festival.
This week on Arrow on the Air, hear about a southeast alum finding her way after college, the show Spring into Dance that happened at the River Campus, and how the Global Brigade SEMO chapter is making a difference.
This week on Arrow on the Air, hear about the even that was hosted by the campus violence prevention program last Thursday to begin Sexual Awareness Month for April, 3 Southeast Alumni that have been successful with businesses during COVID-19,
This week on Arrow on the Air, hear about how Southeast's students are helping a local Women's Shelter, a fun Hip Hop Showcase, and a new show that will be happening in April at River Campus
This week, hear about the Rally's food truck that made a stop at Southeast, a Southeast Alum making a difference in Alaska, and how Cape Girardeau County School's are working to recruit new educators.
This week on Arrow on the Air, hear about the last show from the Southeast Symphony Orchestra, a new support group for non-religious students, and Southeast Softballs first baseman, Ashley Ellis.
This week, hear about the southeast soccer team starting their season, a petting zoo that the agriculture department in celebration for "Thank a Farmer Week," and the virtual career expo that was done this past week.
The Arrow's Marquetta Evans looks back on the impact of Rush Limbaugh and his local place with input from Southeast faculty.
This week, hear about one of southeast organizations, “Glee Club”, a poet and playwright that spoke at Southeast this past week, and how music instructors are learning to transition with the virus with their students.
This week, hear about the debut of Stephen Schwartz's "Unlimited," local art coming alive in conjunction with the Southeast Art Council, and more!
Conservative radio icon and Cape Girardeau native Rush Limbaugh died Wednesday. Limbaugh's delivery generated a loyal following and controversy across his career, but his time behind the mic began in Cape Girardeau, along with a brief time at S
Conservative radio icon and Cape Girardeau native Rush Limbaugh died Wednesday. Limbaugh's delivery generated a loyal following and controversy across his career, but his time behind the mic began in Cape Girardeau, along with a brief time at S
This week's Arrow on the Air features stories about an interview with an artist from New York City and an artist who hosted one of the HCAM Diversity Committee’s Bridges events!
In the special premiere of this semester's Arrow on the Air, hear about a Southeast student Olympic Trials, the Martin Luther King dinner at Southeast and the music and lyrics of Stephen Schwartz coming to the River Campus.
Daria brings us the last Arrow on the Air of the semester! Tune in for updates on the latest stories from the Southeast Arrow.
Due to in-studio spacing, this isn't a typical roundtable! But nevertheless, all the editors are brought in to chat about this semester, and what it's looked like to them. Take a behind-the-scenes listen with us!
This week's Arrow on the Air features stories about Big Band Christmas Jukebox, remembering Alex Trebek, and about poetry coming to Southeast.
This week, we hear about an international film event, a baseball catcher's story, a new football hall of famer, and a day in Ranney Park.
Listen for Roman Holloway's conversation with softball coach Mark Redburn and Matt Wagner's exploration of the Cape Riverfront Farmer's Market for its final day.
This week, listen for news on the Arrow's awards from the College Media Association convention, Halloween happenings, sports practice during COVID-19, and much more.
Editor Matt Wagner spoke to State Senator Wayne Wallingford and candidate Andy Leighton about the issues voters are deciding on and the race for the House District.
This week, we hear about the Smithsonian's Water/Ways exhibit, latest engagement from the Student Activities Council, and the experience of sports during the pandemic! Tune in!
This week we hear about how one athlete's experience is informing her current work, a discussion among Southeast's LGBTQ community about the upcoming election, a recap of the Arrow's debate, and a local photography exhibition.
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