Southeastern News

Native November offers variety of events

DURANT, Okla. – Southeastern Oklahoma State University will celebrate Native November with a variety of events beginning on the first day of the month and concluding on Nov. 19. The celebration is sponsored by Southeastern’s Native American Center for Student Success.

Following is the schedule of events:

2014 Native November Schedule

Saturday, November 1

Noon-5 p.m. – Choctaw College Connection Recruitment Event at Choctaw Nation Resort

Monday, November 3

3-5 p.m. – Native American Center Open House and Reception, Meet and Greet 2014-15 Miss Indian SOSU at Center for Student Success

Tuesday, November 4

2-4 p.m. – Open House Native American Commons Area Reception at Henry G. Bennett Memorial Library

Wednesday, November 5

1 p.m. – Native Symposium Insights with Mr. Richard Green, Chickasaw Historian and Author

Thursday, November 6

4 p.m. – Social Stickball on front lawn

Saturday, November 8

10:30 a.m. – Native American Scholars Recognition Brunch, Magnolia Room

Choctaw Youth Stickball at halftime of the Southeastern-Arkansas Tech football game

Tuesday, November 11

2 p.m. – Play produced by Kathleen Hardgrove, Glen D. Johnson Student Union, room 213

Wednesday, November 12

2 p.m. – Native American Student Visitation, Campus-Wide Social Stickball

Thursday, November 13

1:30 p.m. – Leave for Native American Center, Choctaw Language School Tour, Faculty and Staff Development, RSVP

Friday, November 14

2 p.m. – Chickasaw Culture and Storytelling, Henry G. Bennett Memorial Library, followed by Social Stickball on the front lawn

Tuesday, November 18

1 p.m, — Round Reed Basket Making, Magnolia Room

Wednesday, November 19

1 p.m. – Gourd Dance, Dr. Joe Bohanon

For more information, contact Chris Wesberry at 580-745-2376.

Southeastern Alumni Roadshow travels to McCurtain County May 16

DURANT, Okla. – Southeastern Oklahoma State University’s 2013 McCurtain County Roadshow is coming to the Idabel Country Club on Thursday, May 16.

All Southeastern alumni are encouraged to attend the event from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Approximately 1,900 residents of McCurtain County are Southeastern alumni.

Following the Thursday “Gathering of Graduates,” golfers will tee off Friday at the Idabel Country Club for the 4th-annual Southeastern Golf Classic.

The fun of the McCurtain County Roadshow is when Southeastern graduates and those who attended the University reconnect with each other, pick up new information and have lots of fun.

“The Southeastern Alumni in McCurtain County are an important part of Southeastern’s heritage,” said Stephanie Davison, Director of Alumni Relations. “It is interesting to find out how they have taken their Southeastern education and built their lives around that start. And, of course, they are really fun to be with.”

All Southeastern alumni in McCurtain County are invited to participate in the 2013 Roadshow to enjoy an evening of fun and tall tales while reconnecting with fellow Southeastern alumni.

RSVP before May 14 by calling 580-745-2267 or register online through the Events link at http://alumni.SE.edu.