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SE computer labs battle aggressive virus

April 28, 2011

by Tiffany Logue, Contributing writer   Staff photo by Alisha Loyd Southeastern is dealing with a computer virus on the Durant campus. This virus is called Conficker and is primarily transferred by portable devices that utilize USB ports. Students can help prevent the spread of Conficker...

Brain Storm event promises week of scholarship, creativity

April 6, 2011

 By Lornna Bates, News editor    The 2011 Brain Storm will be held April 18-21. The event presents an opportunity for The School of Arts and Sciences’ students to showcase their research, scholarship and creative activities contributions to the Southeastern campus.    Dean of Arts and Science...

Transfer Day brings future students to campus

April 6, 2011

By Katie Allen Contributing writer    SE Live Transfer Enrollment Day, organized by University Recruitment, brought close to 50 transfer students to Southeastern’s campus on March 29. All of the students have been admitted and plan to transfer in to SE in fall 2011.    “SE Live Transfer Day...

SE music dept. organizes concert to benefit schools

April 4, 2011

By Tiffany Logue, Contributing writer Photo from abigailwashburn.com On March 15, SE’s Montgomery Auditorium in Morrison Hall held a benefit concert.  The concert was the starting event for Southeastern Hub for Arts Resources in Education (SHARE). SHARE is a non-profit organization that has been designed to help support schools in the Texom...

Theatre to perform ‘Seussical’

April 4, 2011

Theatre at Southeastern and The American Association of University Women present the annual Children’s Theatre production, “Seussical the Musical,” featuring music by Stephen Flaherty and lyrics by Lynn Ahrens. “Seussical” incorporates multiple Dr. Seuss tales in order to tell the story of...

Gold and Blue Gala raises funds for scholarship

April 4, 2011

By Chrissy Dill, Staff writer Courtesy photo The Alumni Association of Southeastern Oklahoma State University recently held the Gold and Blue Gala and Auction at the Visual and Performing Arts Center on Feb. 26. The Gold and Blue Gala is an annual event sponsored by the SE Alumni Association, and pr...

SE student receives prestigious award

April 4, 2011

By Jerreck McWilliams, Contributing writer SE Student Senate President Matthew Heggy was recently selected to attend the Nigh Public Service Leadership Academy in Oklahoma City. This scholarship is an honor which is bestowed upon one college student by each of the state’s 25 university presidents. Heggy describe...

True Blue Ambassadors chosen

April 4, 2011

By Katie Allen, Contributing writer The Southeastern True Blue Ambassador program added 13 new members on March 2. The new ambassadors will join the current ambassadors to help represent SE to prospective students, alumni and special guests who visit campus. SE’s Office of University Recruitment sponsors...

SE brings professional singer to speak to students

April 4, 2011

By David Reagan, Contributing writer Courtesy photo On Feb. 25, professional folk singer Austin Hartley-Leonard was flown out from Los Angeles to Durant, to give an interactive lecture at SE about the music industry, to hold a local singer/songwriter critique and to perform a concert for the pub...

Assessment tests explained for new, confused students

April 4, 2011

By Jerreck McWilliams, Contributing writer A familiar conversation topic among students at Southeastern is the Mid-level Assessment Tests, largely because the method of selecting examinees seems to border on the realm of mythical to the average Southeastern student. The assessment tests are discover...

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