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In the Loop with Greek Life

Julianna Blanton and Emily Dahl September 10, 2021

Join us for Studio 201's student produced talk show, In the Loop, where we talk about all things campus and community related. Nothing is off topic. Co-hosts Thaddeus Osborne and Malori Underwood sit...

View of the Student/Merchant Fair from in front of the Fine Arts Building.

Student organizations and businesses represent at SE Merchant Fair

Thaddeus Osborne, Staff Writer August 31, 2021

The Office of Student Life hosted its annual Merchant/Student Organization Fair on Wednesday, Aug. 25. The event was held on the loop behind the Morrison Building at Southeastern Oklahoma State University. The...

SE's Model United Nations is welcoming all new members who want to voice their opinions in a safe and educational environment.

Southeastern’s Model UN open to new members

Rebecca Carroll, News Editor April 14, 2021

Southeastern Oklahoma State University is now home to a new student organization, the Southeastern Model United Nations. The SE Model UN held their first meeting on Monday, March 29. Five students were...

Students teamed up to play the springfest tradition of mud volleyball and were bracketed in a tournament.

Springfest 2021 brought back mud volleyball and social gatherings

Addison Martin, Staff Writer April 12, 2021

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, a lot of Southeastern Oklahoma State University's annual events were cancelled. However, after a difficult year, Student Life was finally able to hold Southeastern’s much...

The Fall 2020 Student Government Association stands six feet apart for their organization's group photo.

SGA working hard behind the scenes

Emily Dahl, Managing Editor February 19, 2021

Southeastern Oklahoma State University's Student Government Association strives to serve students to the best of their abilities in every way they can. Before COVID-19, it was easy to see the ways in...

The Queer Leftist Book Club's logo features colors representing LGBTQ+ and the black and brown community within it.

LGBTQ+ book club now available on campus

Addison Martin, Staff Writer February 10, 2021

On Jan. 21, the Southeastern Student Government Association approved a new organization for students to join. The Queer Leftist Book Club is an organization designed to provide a safe space for students...

Man Therapy is meant to help men better understand themselves and discussion will be focused on seven  distinct areas.

New perspective offered in men’s support group

Zachary Jones, Staff Writer February 8, 2021

Men’s mental health is a topic that is not discussed nearly enough due to society’s expectations of gender roles. However, Lucas Wright, Southeastern Oklahoma State University alumnus and leader of...

As new ways are created for students to safely participate in on-campus events, calendars may begin to fill up. Remember to plan ahead as event attendance may be limited.

Student Life hopes to create enjoyable spring semester

Joshua Fluellen, Staff Writer January 19, 2021

As students return this semester the question on everyone’s mind seems to be, “What are the plans for this spring?” Due to the unfortunate spread of COVID-19, Southeastern has had to undergo drastic...

Dylan Candelora, Tay Pruitt and Jay Carr help remove trash from the J127 building on Jan. 21, 2019. Though volunteer activities may be different this year, their impact is not lessened.

Celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day with civil service

Rebecca Carroll, News Editor January 15, 2021

On Monday, Jan. 18, students at Southeastern Oklahoma State University will have several opportunities to celebrate the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. through community service on campus and virtually. On...

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.

College entrepreneur turns social media into a thriving business

Rebecca Carroll, Staff Writer 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,...

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