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Students shoot their shot with headshots and resumes


Jessica Guerrucci — Managing Editor Values, interests and skills – these, along with knowing how to make intentional connections, are the qualities Kelvin Rutledge said students need to understand about themselves when preparing to enter the workforce. “Some individuals need an internship, some need a shadowing experience, some need a clinical rotation,” said Rutledge, director of Career and Professional Development.

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Behind the camera lens: Amber Frank shoots nature


Jacob Waring—Opinions & Features Editor With her Cannon EOS Rebel T6 in hand, Amber Frank aimed the lens at the fauna around Southern’s East Campus, intensely focusing on the trees, shrubbery and the pond near the baseball fields. She was not photographing for a class nor as an occupation. For Frank, a senior sociology major, this is her hobby. Evidently,

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Quilt stitched as support system


August Pelliccio—Photo Editor The SCSU #MeToo quilt is a “healing project” made by students and in part headed by women’s studies faculty and staff. The quilt will make its debut some time in April. Alex Girard, an assistant professor of graphic design is one of the faculty members spearheading the project. Girard said in addition to students helping to create

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Buley Gallery exhibits Faculty Art Show


Adrianna Rochester – General Assignment Reporter Sounds of conversations echoes throughout the room as students and faculty members from various disciplines gathered to view artwork created by the faculty members of the Art Department. In their faculty only exhibit—located on the lower level of Buley Library—faculty members were able to submit their own pieces of art for the entire campus

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Student finds relief in making wire art


Kaitlyn Regan – Special to the Southern News Justin Farmer, political science and biology major, said art is a way for him to release his body’s tension. Farmer said he has Tourette Syndrome and in order to release tension, his body will do different things. “I’ll say nonsensical words; I’ll make weird movements,” he said. “I’ll also curse. I have mechanical tics,

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Students build connections in the art department


Adrianna Rochester – General Assignment Reporter The art department continues to make connections across campus to show everyone the skills and talents the art students have and to encourage non-art majors to explore Earl Hall. In the studio art rooms, Mia Brownell, a painting professor, teaches her students the step-by-step process of painting. She emphasizes the importance of getting the basic

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