Archive For October 26, 2010

Residence Life plans Halloween Extravaganza

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Residence Life plans Halloween Extravaganza

Story by Jenna Blakely Contributing writer Preparations are underway for this year’s Safe Trick or Treat Halloween Extravaganza, an annual event sponsored by SE Residence Life and the Residence Hall Association for local children. This year’s Safe Trick or Treat event will be 6-8 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 28 at Shearer Hall and Suites. “This event…

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Application Deadline for Graduation Approaching

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Application Deadline for Graduation Approaching

Story By: by Lauren Lowing Contributing writer Graduation day is quickly approaching for December Southeastern graduates. The application deadline for the fall graduation is Friday, Oct. 29, and applications can be found in the registrar’s office. The graduation ceremony for the fall semester has been set for Dec. 11 at Bloomer Sullivan Arena. Students applying…

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Parking lots receive fresh paint over Fall Break

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Parking lots receive fresh paint over Fall Break

by Brandi Bunch Managing editor Students returning from Fall Break need to watch where they park. The Campus Police took advantage of last week’s empty campus to repaint some of the horseshoe’s fading lines, leaving some of the formerly acceptable parking areas illegal. According to Campus Police Chief Jon Clouse, the crosswalks received the most…

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Parking lots closed for Investiture

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Parking lots closed for Investiture

Several parking lots on campus will be closed Wednesday, Oct. 27 to accommodate parking for President Larry Minks Investiture ceremony. According to Jon Clouse, director of campus police and safety, the lots will be blocked off beginning Tuesday evening and will remain closed through Wednesday. Lots that will be blocked off are the Administration Building…

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Football star recovers from injury to reclaim the field

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Football star recovers from injury to reclaim the field

Story By: Jenna Blakely Staff writer Everyone has something they have a deep passion for. “I can’t even describe how much football means to me,” said SE senior Welton Johnson. Johnson is a corner back and return kicker. Football is part of his everyday life. However, last season Johnson tore his labrum in his hip,…

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Durant fails at being interesting

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Durant fails at being interesting

Story By Ashlyn Creasman Contributing Writer What is it that makes a college town a great college town? It all comes down to what a particular community has to offer for its college students. Some towns are completely built around and thrive upon the college community, while other towns and cities have their own pace…

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Cardinal Key recruiting

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Cardinal Key recruiting

Cardinal Key National Honor Society will begin recruitment for the fall semester on Sunday, Sept. 26. The organization has already sent out emails to the women on campus who qualify for recruitment this semester. The organization recognizes achievement in extracurricular activities and strives to provide service in leadership training within the college community. Cardinal Key…

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Student organizations suffer territory disputes

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Student organizations suffer territory disputes

Story By: Terran Sherwood Contributing Writer What would college be without student groups? Greek fraternities and sororities, theatre and even gaming clubs make up the modern day college experience. However, not all of these clubs live in harmony with one another. When given a closer examination, a lot of these clubs suffer from an ego…

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Student Government Association recruits voters

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Student Government Association recruits voters

Story By: Bret Moss Staff Writer This fall semester has now reached the quarter mark for Southeastern Oklahoma State University, and much has occurred since school resumed. For the Student Government Association, business is in full swing as well. The SGA is the student body’s representation to the administration of the university and the voice…

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SE Spanish students enjoy immersion opportunities: Conversation Group teaches practical Spanish

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SE Spanish students enjoy immersion opportunities: Conversation Group teaches practical Spanish

Story By: Brandi Bunch Managing Editor It is almost universally acknowledged that the most difficult part of learning a second language is finding a place in which it can be practically applied. Fortunately, SE students who are choosing to learn Spanish have a way of overcoming this: Dr., or La Profesora, Caryn Witten’s Spanish Conversation…

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