Archive For September 15, 2011

Psi Chi and Psych club members offered advantage in form of graduate program entrance counseling

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Psi Chi and Psych club members offered advantage in form of graduate program entrance counseling

by Lornna Bates Managing editor   The Psychology and Counseling Graduate School Panel is offering student members of the Psi Chi and Psychology clubs an opportunity to attend a meeting to council students on their preparedness for graduate school. The panel has assembled a mixture of past and current graduate students, as well as professors,…

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Menu for free lunch at the Wesley Center

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Menu for free lunch at the Wesley Center

The Wesley Center provides a lunch at no cost to students on Thursdays from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. The following is the menu for the upcoming Thursdays. Sept. 15 – Enchilada casserole provided by St. John’s Episcopal Sept. 22 – Cheesy chicken casserole and ceasar salad provided by Our Saviour Lutheran Sept. 29 –…

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Native American Center for Student Success provides many opportunities and advantages

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Native American Center for Student Success provides many opportunities and advantages

by Chrissy Dill Staff writer Southeastern’s Native American Center for Student Success provides Native American students with many opportunities that allow them to be productive and achieve their academic goals at the university. “One of the most important aspects of our jobs in the NACSS is to be here for students if they need assistance…

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Flower fountain

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Flower fountain

by Jerreck McWilliams Staff writer After years of living in a state of disrepair as SOSU’s most prominent eyesore, the fountain on the front lawn of Morrison has finally been given a makeover thanks to the efforts of the Alumni Foundation, the Physical Plant, numerous volunteers, and Janie Umsted: the Director for the Centre Art…

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Slawson interns in DC

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Slawson interns in DC

by Tyler Slawson Contributing writer  Tyler Slawson When I first accepted my internship this summer in Washington DC, I was given several options of places to stay. After much deliberation, I decided to stay in one of the residence halls at The George Washington University. I didn’t expect much different than what I actually saw…

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Strange allergies and blueberry blues

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Strange allergies and blueberry blues

by Laura Tomah Yeardisc editor Growing up is great. As a women you get to acquire certain assets that make being a woman worthwhile.  However, it was never my intentions to become a part of 15 percent of Americans that would have to possibly give up something they love according to Web Md. About a…

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Caring professors at Southeastern

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Caring professors at Southeastern

by Jessica Breger Contributing writer All through high school, students are told that in college the professors don’t know or care about them personally. Here at Southeastern this is not the case. At many large universities this may be a forced truth. With over a hundred students in each class, a professor may not be…

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AC units on the fritz

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AC units on the fritz

by Brittani Young Staff writer Hot, hot, hot. That is the weather forecast for the days to come. No matter what we do, we cannot stay cool. Air conditioners running constantly, trying to keep up with this heat and it isn’t working. With temperatures on the rise, a question arises also, what are students doing…

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Textbook rentals save students extra money

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Textbook rentals save students extra money

by Tiffany Logue Staff writer The Southeastern bookstore has a new program available to its students.  Students can save up to 50 percent on textbooks by renting them instead of buying. “Not all titles are available for renting, but over 100 titles are,” said Jackie Codner, SE bookstore manager. “Around 97 percent of students say…

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