The Southeastern

Halloween participation and the glory of Reese’s

November 9, 2010

Halloween is indisputably a love-hate holiday. It’s a day of bite-sized candy, costumes and chaos. There are some who refuse to participate for religious reasons, others because they say that it’s really just an excuse for...

Letter to the Editor: Durant interesting after all

November 9, 2010

Dear Editor, As I was reading through the October edition of The Southeastern, I was shocked to read the headline “Durant fails at being interesting.” Before jumping to conclusions, I read through the article. However, I was of...

The College Life Untold: Homecoming bonfire brings heat to students

November 1, 2010

By Alisha Loyd Yearbook Editor To start off the weekend of Homecoming events, SE held its annual bonfire. This event has to be one the most loved events of Homecoming. The fire is always incredibly fun to watch. I guess I like the shapes the ...

The College Life Untold: New SE king and queen crowned

November 1, 2010

Story By : Alisha Loyd Yearbook Editor Homecoming day started with the Homecoming parade. This year’s theme for Homecoming was “Get a Clue.” It was easy for student organizations to come up with ideas to go with the theme. ...

Durant fails at being interesting

October 18, 2010

Story By Ashlyn Creasman Contributing Writer What is it that makes a college town a great college town? It all comes down to what a particular community has to offer for its college students. Some towns are completely built...

Student organizations suffer territory disputes

October 16, 2010

Story By: Terran Sherwood Contributing Writer What would college be without student groups? Greek fraternities and sororities, theatre and even gaming clubs make up the modern day college experience. However, not all of these...

Classroom etiquette: A lost art?

October 14, 2010

Story By: Cody Neese Contributing Writer There is nothing more annoying than someone talking under their breath. Whether one shares this opinion or not, one thing is for certain: Talking in class is a huge problem. As college...

Arcade Fire rocks with riffs pulled from the ’80s

October 14, 2010

Joel Dameron Staff Writer Bouncy retro guitars, groovy bass rhythms and Beatles-esque chord progressions disturb the placid landscape of “The Suburbs,” the 2010 concept album by Canadian Indie rockers Arcade Fire. Armed with cat...

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