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Students march against domestic abuse

November 15, 2010

Suzie Fry’s Office of Violence Prevention led the “Take Back The Night” march on the night of Tuesday, Oct. 26, asking that students take part in the walk around the campus in order to raise awareness about the issue of d...

SE Library acquires extraordinary Shakespeare collection

November 9, 2010

By Tyler Slawson Contributing Writer William Shakespeare once said “‘Tis not enough to help the feeble up but to support him after.” Evert Tigner must have taken this to heart when he chose to donate his collection to the Henry G. Bennett Memorial Library. Tigner’s collecti...

Musical Arts Series brings high-caliber talent

November 9, 2010

By Tiffany Martinez Contributing Writer When students or the Durant community think about Southeastern’s music department, the first thing that comes to mind might be the picture of the marching band and that’s it. However,...

Theatre at SE’s production of ‘Emma’ a definite hit

November 1, 2010

By David Reagan Staff Writer/Photographer The first weekend of October started off with a bang, with the three-day opener for “Emma,” one of the most eagerly anticipated productions this semester by fans of SE’s The...

The Social Network’ an entertaining glimpse into Facebook

November 1, 2010

By Tyler Slawson Contributing Writer By the time you are reading this, you have probably been on Facebook at least once today. You may have logged on a dozen times already. Chances are, you’ll probably be back on again before th...

Maroon 5 scores a spicy hit with ‘Hands All Over’

November 1, 2010

By Chrissy Dill, Staff Writer Lyrics like “your salty skin and how it mixes in with mine, the way it feels to be completely intertwined” and “shivers that ya give me keep me freezing all night, shudder” speak for themselves: Maroon 5’s new album “Hands All Ov...

Avenged Sevenfold revives metal with ‘Nightmare’

November 1, 2010

By Joel Dameron Staff Writer Note: For appropriate listening of this album turn the bass and volume on your stereo all the way up. If it’s too loud, you’re too old. The album starts out with a creepy child’s piano playing the main riff. All...

Fall fashion brings on the treats for feet

November 1, 2010

By Chrissy Dill Staff Writer This fall 2010 fashion season is filled with trendy footwear for your personal style. Whether your wardrobe consists of floral prints and feminine accents or you have more of an edgy look with metal studs and black leather, shoes for this fall and winter will appeal...

Student Government Association recruits voters

October 16, 2010

Story By: Bret Moss Staff Writer This fall semester has now reached the quarter mark for Southeastern Oklahoma State University, and much has occurred since school resumed. For the Student Government Association, business ...

SE Spanish students enjoy immersion opportunities: Conversation Group teaches practical Spanish

October 16, 2010

Story By: Brandi Bunch Managing Editor It is almost universally acknowledged that the most difficult part of learning a second language is finding a place in which it can be practically applied. Fortunately, SE students who...

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