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Being a Savage Storm Leader means being a strong team player with lots of school spirit!
Apply to be a Savage Storm Leader today
Julianna Blanton, Staff Writer • November 16, 2021
Dr. Glen D. Johnson, Chancellor Emeritus.
Chancellor Emeritus Johnson to speak at fall commencement
University Communications, Contributor • November 15, 2021
SEsports members from left to right: Zack Veach, Nicholas Ratgen, Devon Turner, Chase Maxwell, Alexander Jefferson and Coach Steven Harris.
SEsports competes in first tournament
Brenden White, Staff Writer • November 15, 2021
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Being a Savage Storm Leader means being a strong team player with lots of school spirit!
Apply to be a Savage Storm Leader today
Julianna Blanton, Staff Writer • November 16, 2021
Head over to the Savage Storm photo booth to take a family picture with Bolt, the Savage Storm mascot. The first 100 guests will receive a Parents’ Day t-shirt.
Celebrate Parents' Day with the Savage Storm Family
Julianna Blanton, Staff Writer • November 10, 2021
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Teacher Support Services, the winner of the Taunt the Tigers contest.
Taunt the Tiger door decorating contest promotes school spirti
Julianna Blanton, Staff Writer • November 13, 2021
Traditional Choctaw food served at the Choctaw Cultural Center. The dish is the Chahta plate, which is made daily.
Connecting to culture through traditional foods
Josie Frazier, Contributor • November 2, 2021
Southeastern Oklahoma State Universitys very own Alisha Ridenour, Assistant Director/Instructional Designer for CIDT and her son Lexton Ridenour, a student, with their witchy pup.
Lost Street Brewing Co. hosts costume contest for dogs
Emily Dahl and Julianna Blanton October 29, 2021
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It can be hard to let go. Be at peace with your past friendships, but do not be scared
to embrace the opportunity to make more.
Drifting away from friends
Addison Martin, Staff Writer • September 3, 2021
Junior Karlie Carr performs in “The Care and Feeding of Baby Birds” and takes the audience on a roller coaster of emotions while doing so. Cast members wore clear mouth shields in order to more easily express emotions, while still protecting the audience.
Directors' showcase sparks emotions in cast and audience
Addison Martin, Staff Writer • April 22, 2021
2020 was a dumpster fire of illness, sadness and self-doubt for many people.
2020 sucked
Rebecca Carroll, News Editor • April 21, 2021
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