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Cancer research presents Golden opportunity

July 18, 2011

Samantha Perera News Editor    Lycopene, a chemical that gives wa­termelons their red color, could some­day help in the prevention of cancer, said Dr. Teresa Golden, assistant pro­fessor of the SE biological sciences de­part...

Major League accomplishments for Miller and Wyatt

July 18, 2011

From SE Sports Information    Southeastern center fielder Justin Miller and pitcher Heath Wyatt were taken in the Major League Base­ball’s first player draft last week.    In the 30th round on Tuesday, June 7, the San...

Textbook rentals come to SE bookstore

July 14, 2011

   Southeastern Oklahoma State University will become part of a select group of colleges and universities offering students a textbook rental program. This opportunity is made possible thanks to a partnership forged between...

Assistant theatre professor works magic in costuming

April 28, 2011

by Tammy Neely Bates, Staff writer   Staff Photo by Tammy Neely Bates   “It never occurred to me that I could have a career in theatre,” said Kathleen Hardgrove, assistant professor of theatre. “I grew ...

OSGA approves legislation

April 28, 2011

by Jerreck McWilliams, Contributing writer Four pieces of legislation were passed by the OSGA on Apr. 9. The Oklahoma Student Government Association (OSGA) is the state wide legislative body and representative of higher educatio...

SGA prepares for new president for next year

April 28, 2011

by Jerreck McWilliams, Contributing writer   Ten pages of minutes were written during the Student Senate meeting Thursday, April 14, an unusually high number for what is often a thirty to fifty minute meeting. Springfest, ...

Curriculum meet attracts students

April 28, 2011

by Laura Tomah, Contributing writer Southeastern hosted the 98th annual Curriculum Contest March 31, with 2,500 high school students from 70 high schools participating. There were 40 contests with trophies and medals awarded ...

Students visit OCMA conference

April 28, 2011

From Staff Reports   Five student staff members of The Southeastern newspaper and The Savage Storm yeardisc attended the 2011 Oklahoma Collegiate Media Association Conference at Oklahoma State University in Stillwater ...

High-profile speakers bring FATE to Southeastern

April 28, 2011

by Sergio Lopez, Contributing writer Southeastern hosted a presentation and panel discussion on substance abuse and addiction on Wednesday, April 6.  FATE (fighting addiction through education) founder Reggie Whitten and five time pro-bowler Roy Willia...

Durant men agree to crossdress for a good cause

April 28, 2011

by Samantha Perera, Staff writer   Staff photo by Alisha Loyd Local men dressed up in high, red heels gathered at the Durant Market Square to educate the community on taking a stand against sexual violence and as...

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