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Senate Bill 858 may bring weapons to campuses

February 24, 2011

By Lornna Bates, News editor Oklahoma Congress is in the midst of discussions regarding proposed Senate Bill 858.  What does this mean for students of Southeastern and other college campuses across the state of Oklahoma?  The bill is contesting the current laws against carrying concealed weapons ...

Faculty Art Exhibit ongoing in VPAC

December 12, 2010

Pedagogy 2010” is currently ongoing in the Visual and Performing Arts Center, featuring faculty artists Jack Ousey, Gleny Beach, Donna Adams, Terry Spearman, Audra Helms, Janie Umsted and Doris McGranahan. Many mediums are represented in the show, from steel sculpture to acrylic painting. The gallery is open from 9 a.m...

Students get opportunity to enjoy coffee with Minks

November 30, 2010

Samantha Perera, Contributing Writer Students had an opportunity to meet SE President Larry Minks and share a cup of coffee with him Friday, Oct. 29. The event, which was held two days after the president’s investiture ceremony, was organized by the Student Government Association and the SE Bookstore. “We...

Students given coffee and keepsakes

November 30, 2010

Every student wants to be invited to something, and SE students received a very special invitation on Friday, Oct. 29. Students always get somewhat excited when something free is involved. I know I do. Southeastern students had the opportunity to have free coffee with President Larry Minks at the SE B...

SE presents student service opportunities

November 30, 2010

Chrissy Dill, Staff Writer Towards the end of the college experience, students begin thinking about their future career. Everyone knows a must-have document for a successful job interview is an impressive resume. One particular item that makes for a notable resume is volunteer work or community service. Community servic...

SE honors Top Ten Freshmen with ceremony

November 30, 2010

The Top 10 Freshmen for 2009 were honored Friday, Oct. 29 with an awards ceremony and reception in the Glen D. Johnson Student Union auditorium. Seven students from Oklahoma and three from Texas were selected from more than 600 students. Four are involved with the President’s Leadership Class, ...

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 ...

Alpha Sigma Tau raised money for Breast Cancer Awareness

November 17, 2010

Photo by David Reagan, staff writer/photographer The Alpha Sigma Tau sorority had a (food) gift basket auction on Wednesday, Nov. 3 to raise awareness about breast cancer in honor of their loved ones who have been affected by this disease. All of the proceeds, which totaled $348, were donated to the ...

Relay for Life kickoff meeting scheduled

November 17, 2010

Planning for Relay for Life 2011 is underway. The event’s kickoff meeting will be Tuesday, Nov. 30 at the Hampton Inn and Suites in Durant, beginning at 5:30 p.m. Anyone interested in participating in the Bryan County Relay for Life should attend the kickoff event to get all the information and paperwork...

Blood drive scheduled Nov. 17 and 18

November 17, 2010

The Oklahoma Blood Institute will be on campus Wednesday and Thursday, Nov. 16-17, for a blood drive. The blood drive will take place from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the second floor loft of the Glen D. Johnson Student Union. SE won the “Best of the East” competition in September, beating ECU by nine units o...

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