Classic Creole: A Celebration of Food and Family

Ann Cuielette talks about her collection of New Orleans family recipes and stories. The book is published by Southeast Missouri State University Press.

Shawnee Park Center

KRCU visits the new recreation facility located in the Shawnee Park Complex.

Retired Secret Service agent talks about threatening speech

Southeast graduate Paul Nenninger discusses protecting the President and investigations in the age of digital communication.

Blizzards, drought, and La NiƱa

Atmospheric scientist Tony Lupo says that Missourians can except a stormy spring. The summer could bring a prolonged dry spell.

Sunday, February 27, 2011

Prosecuting Saddam

Larry Ferrell talks to KRCU's Jacob McCleland about his role in the prosecution of former Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein.

Ferrell is an Assistant U.S. Prosecuting Attorney and Southeast Missouri State University alum.

He tells his story of how he offered guidance to Iraqi prosecutors and the relationship he formed.

Listen to the interview.

President Dobbins talks campus renovations

Southeast Missouri State University is preparing for a large renovation project of several buildings on campus, including Academic Hall, the science facilities, and the power plant. 

There’s going to be a lot of construction … and a lot of offices will temporarily move to new locations.

KRCU's Jacob McCleland interviewed one of those individuals who will soon be transplanted by the renovation work, Southeast President Ken Dobbins.

The president also discusses the upcoming University Speaker's Series which will feature Cal Ripkin, Jr. and James Lewis from the Center for Strategic and International Studies.

President Dobbins also talks about course redesign efforts and about a bill that was introduced into the Missouri Senate that would require that universities receive MOHELA approving for borrowing.