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Tips on taxes. Are you prepared?

Be sure to have all your tax forms turned in no later than April 15, 2019. (No changes made to image.)

Shalene White, News Editor

April 15, 2019

Most adults are probably aware that from the end of January to April 15 of every year is the dreaded tax season. This means the almost three-month time frame is slotted for people to obtain their W-2s, W-4s, receipts for deductions and any other necessary paperwork. Many college students know that...

Summer plans: student edition

Summer plans: student edition

Kelsey Janway, Staff Writer

March 11, 2019

The countdown for summer vacation is on, and opportunities to have the best one yet are filling up fast. Sure, planning a cruise with best friends is a blast, but as a student, there are opportunities available that will not only look good on resumes, but that can be done together. Through the Ho...

Super Saturday scheduled for February 23

University Communications

February 18, 2019

DURANT, Okla. – “Super Saturday’’ – one of the biggest events of the year on campus – will be held February 23 at Southeastern Oklahoma State University. Last year, some 600 junior high and high school students and parents were in attendance. This year’s activities include the Okla...

SE’s media vanguard

SE's media vanguard

Bryce Thralls, Staff Writer

February 4, 2019

Southeastern Oklahoma State University has a new organization arriving on campus this semester: the Student Media Society. They are focused on allowing students the opportunity to showcase and sharpen their work in photography, video, audio, design and writing. The first meeting was on Wednesday,...

Southeastern accounting students to assist elderly in preparing taxes

Southeastern accounting students to assist elderly in preparing taxes


January 29, 2019

DURANT, Okla. –  The accounting department at Southeastern Oklahoma State University is working with the Tax Counseling for the Elderly (TCE) sponsored by AARP Tax-Aide program in Durant to assist in tax preparation. Three full-time student interns and accounting professor Dr. Rhonda Richards ...

First SGA meeting brief

2017-2018 SGA group photo.

Jerai Billy, Contributing Writer

January 24, 2019

The Student Government Association meets every Thursday at 6:30 p.m. in the Frost Chambers, located on the third floor of the Student Union. The first meeting of the spring semester was Jan. 17, 2019. Plans for the spring semester were discussed in detail, including sign-ups for the Oklahoma Student...

Be the difference in Durant

On Monday, January 21, Southeastern classes will be released in order to give students the opportunity to, “Make a day off, a day on,” Students are encouraged to choose one of the many organizations in Durant to make the most out of their free time, and make Durant a better place.

Bryce Thralls, Staff Writer

January 18, 2019

The Holiday season is not the only time of the year for students to make a difference in their communities. Giving to those who are less fortunate is a year-long effort. Durant’s homeless population are in constant need of necessities such as shelter, food, water and healthcare. College may seem overwhelming,...

Finals tutoring schedules

Finals tutoring schedules

Derek Dophied, Staff Writer

December 9, 2018

Finals week is here, and many students need some last minute tutoring. Though many professors may choose to spend their last few class periods as “refresher” periods, some departments offer a designated location and time for students to study and refine their knowledge. Below are a few key resources...

SDA competed at the Christmas Classic Speech and Debate Tournament

Front row, left to right – Hannah Nunley, Hannah Barnett, Jordan Nelson, Haleigh Harper, and Emily Dahl. Back row, left to right – Avery Kahl, Jacob Morrison, Austin Roach, and Dr. Randy Clark

University Communications, Contributing Writer

December 6, 2018

Durant, OK— The Southeastern Speech and Debate Association competed at the Christmas Classic Speech and Debate Tournament, its last tournament of the year, November 30 - December 2, at Oklahoma City University in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. The forensics tournament featured varsity National Parliamentary...

Protecting yourself from identity theft

Identity theft can affect anyone, so it is important to know how to prevent it.

Shalene White, Staff Writer

November 27, 2018

The staff of the First United Bank of Durant held a seminar on November 14 in the Magnolia Ballroom. It covered the warning attendees of the signs of identity theft and how to prevent it. Most people think of identity theft as one, overall crime. However, there are several different types of identity...

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