Resources for Juneteenth

Juneteeth is an annually celebrated holiday commemmorating the freedom of former slaves in the United States. The name comes from June 19th, the day freedom was announced to all. Even though the Emancipation Proclamation of 1865 was put to action, word did not spread until a few months later. Below are resources to learn more, …

Impact on Immigration: Companies Enacting Change

Families Belongs Together – Coalition of over 250 organizations joining forces to fight family separation. Florence Project – Organization in Arizona providing legal and social services to adults and unaccompanied children in immigration. Florida Immigrant Coalition – Statewide alliance of multiple organizations looking to advance the education and mission for immigrants. I am an Immigrant …

Impact on Immigration: Action Plan

Where do we go from here? We have seen the legacy and contribution of Dr. King, but how do we continue walking the road he paved? Talk about it: We should ‘make our chatter matter’. Areas and places such as MCA’s ‘Let’s Talk about it’ are great opportunities.Listen: What good is it to talk without …

Student Spotlight from Venezuela

Today is the start of the national International Education week!  Venezuela is home to the largest waterfall, Angel Falls, and is the fifth most populous country in South America!  Shacha M. is a freshman studying biology/dentistry from Venezuela. Before hearing about Southeastern, she did not know where she was going to attend college. “Felt in …

BRASA, a dream into a reality / BRASA um sonho se tornando realidade

BRASA, a dream into a reality During club rush, there were several booths along El Prado. Students of every standing were getting information from new clubs and revisited those that played a unique role in their life the previous year. One of these booths was highlighted with green. This was BRASA.  BRASA is the newly …