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Mental health resources available for students


Sarah Shelton – Features Editor One thing many college students talk about is their decreasing mental health and being overwhelmed with work.  According to the Director of Counseling Services Nick Pinkerton, “71 percent of Southern students reported increases in their level of stress and anxiety, and 46 percent reported increases in their levels of depression since May 2020.”  The CDC

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Dante Aligheri art exhibit showcased in the basement of Buley Library


Mary Katherine Belli – Contributor “The path to paradise begins in Hell,” according to The Divine Comedy by Dante Alighieri   Between now and April 7, an art exhibition featuring a complete set of works by famous Spanish artist Salvador Dali is available for viewing at the university. These works are Dali’s depictions of the famous poem Divine Comedy by Dante

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Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. commemoration event on critical race theory


Morgan Douglas – Sports Editor The first week of Black History Month at the university featured the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Commemoration event discussing critical race theory.  Retired Superior Court Judge Angela Robinson was the keynote speaker after remarks from several others, including university President Joe Bertolino, who addressed the racially insensitive incident which occurred on campus recently

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