The Southeastern

Southeastern Oklahoma State University’s Theatre department has postponed its production of Steel Magnolias, by Robert Harling.

Theatre at Southeastern’s “Steel Magnolias” production postponed to mid-January

Addison Martin, News Editor November 20, 2021

On Tuesday, Nov. 16, Theatre Director Riley Coker sent out an email that announced the postponement of Southeastern Oklahoma State University’s production of “Steel Magnolias” due to most of the...

Donors will receive a t-shirt and honey butter chicken biscuit coupon as a gift for their donation.

Donate blood, save lives

Julianna Blanton, Staff Writer November 9, 2021

Southeastern Oklahoma State University and the Oklahoma Blood Institute will be hosting a blood drive on campus Tuesday, Nov. 9 and Wednesday, Nov. 10. The donation bus will be on the Loop across from...

Consider Frances vaccination requirements before enrolling.

What you need to know about upcoming study abroad trips

Brenden White and Emily Dahl October 1, 2021

Southeastern Oklahoma State University is currently offering two study abroad opportunities for students, faculty, staff and alumni. These opportunities include a trip to to Germany and the Czech Republic...

Pfizer, Moderna, and Johnson & Johnson vaccinations will be available. Photo ID is required, and if you are needing your second shot, you must have proof of vaccination.

COVID-19 safety incentives offered to campus community

Trevor Heath, Staff Writer September 7, 2021

As classes resume in the middle of a pandemic, Southeastern Oklahoma State University is trying to navigate the situation. Not many rules can be put in place by the university to try and slow the spread...

Student, faculty, staff and alumni were able to receive free vaccinations thanks to cooperation between the university and local health organizations.

Campus comes together in the fight against COVID-19

Kylie Carrell, Staff Writer May 14, 2021

Despite the countless obstacles caused by COVID-19, Southeastern Oklahoma State University managed to create a safe and successful 2020-2021 academic year. Southeastern managed to break enrollment records,...

Senior Art Show

Senior Art Show

Emily Dahl, Managing Editor May 13, 2021

Due to COVID-19, The Centre Gallery at Southeastern Oklahoma State University is closed until further notice. However, SE's Visual Art seniors are still presenting their artwork online for the Spring 2021...

In the 2016 season of the Oklahoma Shakespearean Festival, Riley Coker directed the performance of William Shakespeare’s “Macbeth,” a gripping tragedy dramatisizing the physical and psychological effects political ambition can have on those who seek power for its own sake.

OSF Reimagined

Rebecca Carroll, News Editor May 7, 2021

Last year, the Oklahoma Shakespearean Festival hosted by Southeastern Oklahoma State University was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This year, the festival will return in a reimagined format. The...

The Oklahoma National Guard assisted in the administering of vaccinations during each on-campus event. Dr. Fendrich R. Clark, Associate Professor and Speech and Debate Advisor for Southeastern, can be seen seconds before his own vaccination.

SE community gets vaccinated

Rebecca Carroll, News Editor May 6, 2021

Southeastern Oklahoma State University held its second COVID-19 vaccination event on Wednesday, April 28 in the Glen D. Johnson Student Union. Of the 300 allocated doses of the Pfizer vaccine, 211 were...

As we wait for clarification on mask regulations for the upcoming semesters, remember to follow current campus safety protocols.

Southeastern anticipates return to normalcy

Rebecca Carroll, News Editor April 28, 2021

On Friday, April 9, President Thomas Newsom announced Southeastern Oklahoma State University would gradually begin returning to normal operations. “As we move towards the end of the Spring semester and...

2020 was a dumpster fire of illness, sadness and self-doubt for many people.

2020 sucked

Rebecca Carroll, News Editor April 21, 2021

There is no denying that 2020 was a year of loss. Millions of people are dead as a result of COVID-19. Many more were left to feel the effects. So many dismal things happened in 2020 it would be impossible...

Load More Stories

Comments (0)

Tell us what you think. The Southeastern editorial staff reserves the right to remove any comments deemed inappropriate or offensive.
All The Southeastern Picks Reader Picks Sort: Newest
Activate Search