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Steel Rose: an audio slideshow

Jillian Parsons, Contributor April 26, 2022

Student Jillian Parsons shot and produced this slideshow for her Visual Communication class, starring the band Steel Rose. The slideshow chronicles a typical gig for the band and is narrated by Amy Parsons....

In the Loop with BSA

Malori Underwood and Rebecca Carroll March 29, 2022

In this episode of In the Loop, Malori Underwood interviews Black Student Association president Donald Broadnax, Jr., about BSA's upcoming talent show and more. Follow the organization on Instagram @SOSUBSA Credits: Malori...

In the Loop with Women Empowered

Malori Underwood and Rebecca Carroll March 10, 2022

In this episode of In the Loop, Malori Underwood interviews Faith Isenberg and Emma Quintana of campus organization Women Empowered (W.E.) for Women's History Month. Follow W.E. on Instagram @w.e.sosu Credits: Malori...

FINALLY HAPPENING: France study abroad trip

FINALLY HAPPENING: France study abroad trip

Haley Hostetler, Contributor March 7, 2022

Two years ago, a study abroad trip to France was postponed due to the outbreak of COVID-19. After facing uncertainty and numerous attempts to reschedule, the travelers will finally depart for France on...

In the Loop with 91.9 The Storm

Malori Underwood and Rebecca Carroll March 4, 2022

In this episode of In the Loop, Malori Underwood returns as host. Malori spoke to on-campus radio personalities Jayda Janway and Ethyn Snider, who DJ for 91.9 The Storm. Janway and Snider discuss the inspiration...

Southeastern Oklahoma State University’s Theatre department has postponed its production of Steel Magnolias, by Robert Harling.

Theatre at Southeastern’s “Steel Magnolias” production postponed to mid-January

Addison Martin, News Editor November 20, 2021

On Tuesday, Nov. 16, Theatre Director Riley Coker sent out an email that announced the postponement of Southeastern Oklahoma State University’s production of “Steel Magnolias” due to most of the...

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

Southeastern Oklahoma State University hosted their annual "Taunt the Tigers" door decorating contest the week leading up to the SOSU vs. ECU rivalry football game. Many offices on campus participate...

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

Traditional foods made in Native American tribes were once almost forgotten, but efforts in recent years by cultural groups have led to a comeback in the use of traditional foods. Generations current...

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

Lost Street Brewing Co. hosted a Halloween costume contest for dogs on Thursday, Oct. 28. The community of Durant was encouraged to bring their furry friends to celebrate this Halloween in a unique way. Costumes...

Dress up and have some Halloween fun at one of the many events happening this week on campus.

Campus hosting Halloween events all week long

Addison Martin, News Editor October 26, 2021

There are many Halloween events happening on campus this week at Southeastern Oklahoma State University. These events are hosted by various organizations and are open not only to students, but to the public...

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