The Southeastern

Spring Break 2021: canceled?

Southeastern students are eagerly anticipating an announcement from the President's Office regarding Spring Break 2021.

Rebecca Carroll, Staff Writer

October 23, 2020

As of Oct. 23, Southeastern Oklahoma State University has yet to announce whether or not Spring Break 2021 will be canceled in favor of a longer winter break or a shorter semester. “The university has not made a decision regarding spring break at this time, but is currently studying the matte...

Staying connected while staying apart

To spice up communication with distant friends, try taking a photo and creating a custom postcard to surprise them with in the mail. This can be as simple as stepping outside and taking a quick snapshot of the view. You could even do a series documenting face masks that match your outfits.

Jerica Williams, Contributor

October 22, 2020

Building connections and lifelong friendships with other students is a huge part of what makes college so impactful. Friendships obtained in college can influence the discovery of new passions, as well as a better understanding of oneself. However, the need to social distance and prevent the spread...

What to expect this Halloween

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

Ieysha Sanders, Staff Writer

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 to enjoy. Students can expect a quiet campus this Halloween, as the annual safe trick-or-treat...

Staff member vlogs trip to Florida

Staff member vlogs trip to Florida

Ieysha Sanders, Staff Writer

October 15, 2020

On Oct. 4 through Oct. 11, myself, my husband, Kaden Sanders, and our friends Dale and Destiny LaRue, traveled to Destin, Fla. for a much-needed vacation. In Florida, we rented an Airbnb complete with beach gear and access to a private beach. The weather was great when we arrived in Florida on Tuesday,...

Student Life gets creative and stays safe

The staff of Student Life stays busy creating new ways to engage students on campus and through virtual communication.

Kylie Carrell, Staff Writer

October 14, 2020

By now, everyone knows that COVID-19 has changed the way the world works. How is a college’s student life functioning during this time? Student Life at Southeastern Oklahoma State University is dedicated to providing engaging co-curricular activities and giving students the best college experience...

SGA president leads campus through uncertain times

Anna Antuono serves SE in a variety of leadership roles, which often involves speaking to groups of students as she is pictured at an event last year.

University Communications, Contributor

August 27, 2020

DURANT, Okla. – Being a student leader on a college campus carries a certain responsibility. That responsibility has perhaps never been greater than this year as colleges and universities throughout the country begin the semester amid the concerns and uncertainty surrounding the COVID-19 pandemi...

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...

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