Chefs Evening

Every spring since 1984, hundreds of people from across the region have flooded onto Southeastern’s campus for a bountiful evening of food, wine, shopping, and comradery. This great mix combines in perfect balance to create an unforgettable night—and a powerful positive impact. Chefs Evening, organized by the Southeastern Foundation, has established itself over the past 35 years to become one of Southeastern’s most beloved—and tastiest—annual … Continue reading Chefs Evening

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There’s No Place Like Home: Generations of Graduates Come Together for an All-Alumni Theatre Production

The saying “there’s no place like home” rang true this summer for several Southeastern Theatre alumni as they returned to their alma mater for a collaborative theatre production of Moon Over Buffalo. Associate Professor of Acting and Directing Jim Winter directed the comedy play written by American playwright Ken Ludwig. Well-known for slapsticks and comedic innuendos, Moon Over Buffalo is also famous for being the … Continue reading There’s No Place Like Home: Generations of Graduates Come Together for an All-Alumni Theatre Production

Lions of Tanzania: How Two Alumni Are Providing Unforgettable Experiences for Adventurers While Enriching Tanzania

  African safaris have sparked the imagination and adventurous spirit of people around the world for generations. While popular culture media portrayals have often focused on the wealthy elite from bygone eras, clad in colonial-style outfits and standing proudly with their trophies, safaris have greatly evolved over the last few decades, yielding broader accessibility and a more beneficial impact on the local communities. Two Southeastern … Continue reading Lions of Tanzania: How Two Alumni Are Providing Unforgettable Experiences for Adventurers While Enriching Tanzania