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Fraternity volunteers time for service project

November 30, 2010

David Reagan, Staff Writer/Photographer On Oct. 28, the men of Lambda Chi Alpha volunteered their time and efforts to paint the exterior of the New Life House on the corner of Eighth and University. The New Life House is a newly opened halfway house for women and the first of its kind in Durant....

SE alumni conquer the Appalachian Trail

November 30, 2010

Lornna Bates, Staff Writer Darrell and Miriam Parrish, both 59 years of age, completed a five-year long backpacking trek along the Appalachian Trail, spanning 2,175 miles of rough terrain stretching across 14 states. The couple actually met while attending school at Southeastern and currently reside in Ab...

Film academy proves rewarding

November 30, 2010

Tyler Slawson, Contributing Writer It was July 22 as my friends and I were strolling along the conference center in Orlando, Fla., where we had just won first place for our film “Relentless.” “So, Tyler Slawson, now that you have won the award, what are you going to do next?” my friend asked,...

Disturbed misses the mark with ‘Asylum’

November 30, 2010

Joel Dameron, Staff Writer Disturbed burst onto the current metal scene with their 2000 debut album “The Sickness.” The album spent 103 weeks on the charts, selling over 4 million copies worldwide. It was recently certified quadruple platinum. The singles “Down With the Sickness” and “Stupify” introduced the world to singer David Draiman’s signature vocal w...

‘Toy Story 3’ delivers hilarity and nostalgia

November 30, 2010

Brandi Bunch, Managing Editor The latest in Pixar’s flagship film series recently hit DVD, bringing back another round of warm, fuzzy feelings all over the country. “Toy Story 3” currently holds the record for highest-grossing animated film of all time and for good reason. I will admit that I...

‘Standing Firm’ proves both inspiring and poignant

November 30, 2010

Tyler Slawson, Contributing Writer We’ve all been in a tough situation at some point in our life. We’ve been writing that paper that is so specific that there aren’t enough sources to support it. We’ve had to give a speech and been afraid of the audience. We’ve been laid off. We all face tough probl...

Fall’s handbags offer both beauty and utility

November 30, 2010

Chrissy Dill, Staff Writer Accessories are always the most fun part of an outfit. The many different types of necklaces, bracelets, earrings, belts and other accessories are so much fun to shop for and show off to accent your clothing choice. The most necessary accessory is a good purse or handbag. The fall 2010 fashion season has many types of purses that ...

Alpha Chi Induction

November 30, 2010

Those students being inducted into the Alpha Chi Honor Society met beforehand to snap a group photo. Membership in Alpha Chi is an honor given only to the top 10 percent of an institution’s juniors, seniors and graduate students. Students from any discipline are welcome in this organization that works ...

Scary stuff on campus: Tricks, treats, sugar rushes

November 16, 2010

Story by: Jenna Blakely Contributing Writer Shearer Hall residents can expect to see ghosts and goblins roaming the floors tonight, but not because the dorm is haunted. It’s all part of the annual SE Residence Hall Safe Trick or Treat Halloween Extravaganza. Every year, the Residence Halls Department puts on a Safe Trick or Treat for local community children. “This event is...

Students march against domestic abuse

November 16, 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 domestic violence....

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