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True Blue tips from James Reed

True Blue tips from James Reed

James Reed, Contributor

May 1, 2020

This semester has no doubt had its challenges, but there are great rewards ahead for those that use this opportunity to grow. Here are a few tried and true tips for getting through the last couple weeks of the semester. First, sit down and make a list of what is left to do on a single clean piece...

Inside peek of an art student’s COVID-19 life

Loraine Thompson shows off her two favorite herbal blends as she instructs viewers on creating the perfect cup of tea.

Emily Dahl, News Editor

April 28, 2020

Check out our most recent YouTube video featuring staff member Loraine Thompson and an inside look at her life during COVID-19 as an essential worker and art student. Watch her make a delicious looking iced latte, show off some quirky mugs and bring viewers in to her at-home art studio. The Southeaste...

Managing mental health during COVID-19

The Wellness Wheel provides insight on activities which help in enhancing your physical, intellectual, spiritual, financial, social, emotional, occupational and environmental wellness.

Debra Fulenchek M.A., MA., LPC, Contributor

April 22, 2020

Change is hard. Over the last month, the world has slowed down, but that does not mean our minds have. Let’s look at four ways to take care of our mental health, adapt to the new normal and feel better. 1) Practice keeping your anxiety in perspective. Our brains are hard-wired to push away uncomfortable...

The Southeastern staff member gives peek into her COVID-19 life

Charity Whitson throws up a peace sign as she asks viewers,

Emily Dahl, News Editor

April 15, 2020

Check out our most recent YouTube video featuring staff member Charity Whitson and an inside look at her life during COVID-19 as an essential worker. Watch her make huevos rancheros, put on sunglasses and deliver to-go orders for Roma Italian Restaurant. The Southeastern is dedicated to keeping you...

Third annual Diaper Drive hosted by SOSU College Republicans

Don't miss out on donating to a good cause, and possibly improving your grade.

Loraine Thompson, Staff Writer

March 5, 2020

For the third year, the SOSU College Republicans are raising awareness and collecting diapers for the Pregnancy Center of Bryan County. Every spring, the organization hosts a weeklong event where faculty and students on campus are asked to donate diapers that are in turn donated to the Pregnancy Center...

Southeastern to add third commencement ceremony this spring

Southeastern is growing and the university announced a third commencement ceremony. Don't forget to attend the campus bookstore's graduation event on April 2 to get your cap and gown.

University Communications, Contributor

March 2, 2020

DURANT, Okla. – The recent growth in the number of graduates has caused officials at Southeastern Oklahoma State University to add a third commencement ceremony this spring. Traditionally, the University has held two spring commencement ceremonies on the same day. “This decision is necessitated ...

Spring 2020 Savage Storm Leaders announced

Savage Storm Leaders are some of the most influential students on campus.

Kylie Carrell, Staff Writer

January 24, 2020

Southeastern Oklahoma State University has announced the new Savage Storm Leaders for the Spring and Fall 2020 semesters. Savage Storm Leaders are an outstanding group of campus leaders and role models who assist in welcoming incoming freshman to the university. The following students were named 2020...

Turkey Chase clean-up looking for volunteers

The clean-up efforts for the 3rd Annual Thanksgiving Day Durant Turkey Chase will begin on November 18 from 4 to 5:30 p.m.

Anna Rose Kelly, Staff Writer

November 15, 2019

To prepare for Durant Trails and Open Space’s  Third Annual Turkey Chase, a clean up effort will be on Monday, November 18 from 4:00 to 5:30 p.m. Volunteers will be involved in cleaning up the Crooked Smile Trail and campus for the Turkey Chase taking place on Thanksgiving day. According to Thoma...

2019-2020 Top 10 Freshmen recognized

Front row, left to right, are Katie Thomas, Carli Wharton, Anna Alessia Antuono, Madelyn Bradberry, and Reagan Benson. Back row, Dr. Bryon Clark, Selby Stanton, Tammy Vo, Emily Dahl, Maegan Young, James Quarles, and Dr. Marlin Blankenship.

University Communications

November 13, 2019

DURANT, Okla. – Southeastern Oklahoma State University recognized the 2018-19 Top Ten Freshmen during a ceremony Wednesday in the Glen D. Johnson Student Union Auditorium. The honorees were recognized for academic achievement and campus/community involvement. Offering remarks and congratulations at the...

Oklahoma hasn’t freed the nipple just yet

Malmö Pride 2016, Malmö, Sweden

Nynnett Gonzalez, Staff Writer

November 8, 2019

Free the Nipple vs. City of Fort Collins, Colorado has finally come to an end with a controversial ruling. The case was originally filed in a lower court that ruled in favor of the Free the Nipple Movement. Unhappy with the ruling, the City of Fort Collins, Col. took the case to the United States ...

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