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October is for more than just Halloween

October 31, 2011

By Lornna Bates Managing Editor When a person thinks of October, the topic of breast cancer probably does not register immediately. Halloween is synonymous with October as should be breast cancer. October...

Student arrested on alleged assault charges

October 31, 2011

By Samantha Perera News editor A former Southeastern football player was arrested on Thursday, Oct. 5 and charged with counts of sexual battery and assault and battery. According to the report filed...

‘Are YOU afraid of the dark?’ returns to SE theatre

October 10, 2011

Staff reports Southeastern Oklahoma State University sophomore Dustin Curry (London, Ark.) has developed a new solo magic production, “Mister Gremory’s Cabinet of Curiosities,” a darkly comic look...

SE tailgating tradition started

October 4, 2011

by Kendra Germany Staff writer   A new tradition at Southeastern Oklahoma State University has been born. Mark Webb, president of the Southeastern Alumni Association, is starting what he calls...

Spotify your music

October 4, 2011

by Nick Growall Staff writer   Several students across campus have discovered a new way of accessing free music online over the summer. On Thursday, July 14, a Swedish-based music-streaming service...

9/11 Tribute: SE style

October 4, 2011

Staff editorial The staff of The Southeastern would like to dedicate this special edition issue to all of our nation’s heroes: the men and women of the military and their families, the thousands of...

SE Native American Council adopts new name, new goals

October 4, 2011

by Chrissy Dill Staff writer The SE student organization, Native American Council, has recently undergone a name change, now officially named the Native American Student Association, according to its...

SE Office of Violence Prevention creates green-dotted campus

October 4, 2011

by Dani Norton Staff writer The Southeastern Office of Violence Prevention was established with one goal in mind: to assist students, faculty, staff and university members who have been or are currently...

SE trials begin to see new billing system in the future

October 4, 2011

by Jerreck McWilliams Staff writer Unless you are an accounting major, odds are you do not know how to read your student bill.  You are not alone. The degree of concern from SOSU students who are unable...

Student spends summer in nation’s capital

October 4, 2011

by Chrissy Dill Staff writer There is a variety of ways a college student can spend his or her summer, whether taking classes, working one or more jobs or spending the summer traveling. For Southeastern...

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