Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Anderson Cooper Speaks at Southeast Missouri State University on September 21, 2014

Southeast Missouri State University's Student Newspaper, The Arrow, reported CNN news correspondent Anderson Cooper spoke at 3 p.m. Sept. 21 in Southeast Missouri State University's Show Me Center. Cooper was the second guest for the University Speakers Series and answered questions posed by Southeast students. Brooke Hildebrand Clubbs, a Southeast faculty member, compiled the questions and moderated the Q&A. The also provided several photos from the event.  We've included a few photos, but to see more, please click on the link below.   One attendee posted the following video of Anderson responding to a question on his reporting from Freguson, MO.

A couple of articles from local media covered the event.  If you wish to read the articles, please click on the links.  ~

 From The Arrow :
Anderson Cooper visits campus as second Southeast Speakers Series guest
From The Southeast Missourian:
'Outworking everyone around you' leads to success, Cooper tells crowd

A few more photos from The Arrow ~


And posted on social media, Anderson with fans that day ~


AC360 Transcript
AC360 Podcast

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

"outworking everyone around you,"
according to Anderson leads to success.
Easier said than done.
What AC leaves out is the fact that in order to make a name for himself he had to tell off a public official during Katrina.
If that hadn't happened, and he hadn't made the most of the opportunity, he'd still be another cog in the wheel.
His answer should have been: 'Making the most of an opportunity, and doing the one thing no one else is doing, will make a lasting impression.'