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Teacher Support Services, the winner of the Taunt the Tigers contest.

Taunt the Tiger door decorating contest promotes school spirti

Julianna Blanton, Staff Writer November 13, 2021

Southeastern Oklahoma State University hosted their annual "Taunt the Tigers" door decorating contest the week leading up to the SOSU vs. ECU rivalry football game. Many offices on campus participate...

Know what the red flags in intimate relationships look like  to protect yourself and your loved ones.

Red flags to look for in relationships

Madelyn Bradberry, Contributor October 26, 2021

Red flags are generally overlooked at the beginning of relationships, as infatuation clouds our judgement, but may begin to pile up until a person can no longer ignore them. The most common red flags...

Buttons were passed out as reminders that love shouldnt hurt and we must band together to end the silence on domestic violence.

Sex.Love.Lies. raises awareness about domestic violence

Addison Martin, News Editor October 18, 2021

On Monday, Oct. 11, the Office of Student Life and, along with the Women Empowered organization at Southeastern Oklahoma State University sponsored an event called “Sex. Love. Lies.” This event, meant...

If you find yourself questioning if your relationship is unhealthy, remember that love shouldnt hurt.

How to leave an abusive relationship

Allison Murray, Staff Writer October 12, 2021

During Domestic Violence Awareness Month, many college students may begin to question if they are in an abusive relationship and if so, how they can leave. It is important to have discussions that allow...

Therapy takes a great deal of emotional strength to confront problem areas, seek help and take responsibility for your life; it is not a sign of weakness.

Mental health resources available for students

Malori Underwood and Emily Dahl October 11, 2021

Mental health has a huge effect on life. It impacts how people view the world, the choices they make and more. For students at Southeastern Oklahoma State University, a variety of mental health resources...

Join Student Life and Women Empowered in spreading awareness about domestic violence.

October to include several domestic violence awareness events on campus

Addison Martin, News Editor September 28, 2021

The community of Durant is once again hosting the annual Take Back the Night March and Candlelight Vigil on Oct. 4, 2021 at 5:30 p.m. The march will begin at the front gates of Paul Laird Field at Southeastern...

Utilize this map to locate police call boxes on campus.

Resources and tips for staying safe on campus

Allison Murray, Contributor August 27, 2021

On Aug. 9, Southeastern Oklahoma State University’s campus police discovered a dead body on campus, leaving students feeling anxious as they approached their first week of classes. Even though the death...

There are many factors that can affect your mental health. Mental health also doesn’t look the same for everyone.

May is Mental Health Awareness Month

Addison Martin, Staff Writer May 5, 2021

When coping with mental health, it can be difficult to allow yourself to feel good. It can affect your daily life and continue to impose on simple things that make you happy. Any mental illness is a consistent...

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...

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