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College entrepreneur turns social media into a thriving business

Michaela Ervin learned from the minor setbacks of her first business venture, and has now signed four clients in the first two months of opening her new marketing business.
December 3, 2020

Michaela Rule Ervin started her first business in high school, but it wasn’t as successful as she had hoped. She learned from her mistakes and recently started her second business, Michaela Ervin Marketing,...

Students show their appreciation for local health care workers

Dr. Charla Hall visits with students after writing a thank you card for a healthcare worker.
November 20, 2020

Southeastern Oklahoma State University’s Presidents Leadership Class hosted 'A Cuppa’ Thanks' on Tuesday, Nov. 17, an event where they offered cups of free hot chocolate in exchange for a thank you...

New holiday tradition announced

Greetings from the President’s Office is displayed on the front lawn of the Administration Building.
November 19, 2020

DURANT, Okla. – Southeastern Oklahoma State University is inviting everyone to a new holiday tradition this year – the “Loop of Lights.’’ Lights and decorations will be displayed around the...

Netflix and thrill

Shhh! Grab your favorite snacks, log in to Netflix and binge watch a few of these Halloween classics that are sure to thrill.
Top ten best Halloween movies ever
October 29, 2020

Halloween is upon us once again. As leaves turn and pumpkins grace every doorstep, the feeling of spooky excitement is in the air. However, Halloween is not complete until you join in on the fun of...

TikTok ghost trend popular with college students

Jillian Parsons, SE student, and her friends visited Downtown Durant to take advantage of the Magnolia Mile Art Alley's Halloween decorations during their ghost photoshoot.
October 28, 2020

TikTok has been the starting place of many unique, mood-lifting trends during these trying times. A recent Halloween themed TikTok craze has captured the nation's interest, and many college aged students...

What to expect this Halloween

The Magnolia Mile Art Alley in Downtown Durant is lit with hanging pumpkin lanterns for the Halloween season.
October 20, 2020

Halloween will be looking different this year in wake of COVID-19. While all Halloween events directed by the city have been cancelled, there are many other activities for students and members of the community...

First presidential debate cause for concern

During the first presidential debate on Sept. 29, candidates appeared to be more eager in berating each other rather than discussing policy. Less than 10 percent of voters use debates to make their final decision.
October 9, 2020

“Will you shut up, man?” former Vice President Joe Biden muttered after one of President Trump’s many verbal attacks. The candidates exchanged snide remarks for the majority of the first debate...

Fall festivities for you and friends

Madelyn Haines, an SE alumna, poses for a photo while enjoying time with family at the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden on Sept. 28, 2020.
October 6, 2020

Temperatures are dropping, leaves are falling and pumpkin spice lattes are back all across the country. This can only mean one thing: fall has arrived. Here are some cool (socially distanced) fall activities...

SE Aviation adds two new Cirrus Aircrafts to fleet

The newest additions to the Southeastern Aviation fleet sit nose to nose, awaiting their next flight.
October 1, 2020

DURANT, Okla. – For many years, aviation sciences has been one of several programs that has made Southeastern Oklahoma State University distinct. Aviation Sciences, which began at Southeastern in 1966,...

Make the Magnolia Farmers Market your Saturday tradition

September 30, 2020

Saturday mornings can be spent in a variety of ways. A favorite local tradition is taking a trip to the Magnolia Farmers Market in Downtown Durant and then visiting a few small businesses. The market is...

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