Archive For November 22, 2011

November football roundup

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November football roundup

by Nick Growall Staff writer The Southeastern Savage Storm has continued to struggle in its past two weeks, losing on Oct 29 to the University of Arkansas-Monticello 24-20 and to Ouachita Baptist 21-18 on Nov 5 in their final game at home, dropping to 2-7 on the season. The Storm, despite losing efforts, has had…

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‘Illegal Benefits’ intramural flag football champions

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‘Illegal Benefits’ intramural flag football champions

by Kendra Germany Staff writer Illegal Benefits defeated the Step Dads and took home the Southeastern Intramurals flag football championship title on Nov. 1. The 2011 flag football season started on Sept. 20 with 11 teams competing each week until only two teams were left standing on Nov. 1. Illegal Benefits team members include: Nick…

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SE student fees explained

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SE student fees explained

by Jerreck McWilliams Staff writer University billing has been a complicated subject in recent years with concerns from students that our billing system is too confusing to read. The university is currently working to make the student billing system easier to read for the people who need to understand it most: the students. According to…

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Coffee-infused poetry

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Coffee-infused poetry

by Sarah Tarver Contributing writer Hot Shots Coffee Shop, on University Boulevard, hosted a Poetry Night on Friday, Oct. 28 at 7 p.m. The reading lasted about an hour with just over 20 people coming and going throughout the night, and eight presenters. This was the second poetry reading that Hot Shots has hosted. The…

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Carnival of Cultures to show diversity of SE

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Carnival of Cultures to show diversity of SE

by Brittani Young Staff writer The International Students Association will be holding a Carnival of Cultures event on Tuesday, Nov. 15 from 4-6 p.m. in the Ballroom in the old Student Union. “Carnival of Cultures is a celebration of diversity and individual uniqueness of students from several countries,” said Camille Phelps, dean of students. “It…

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Comedy dinner theatre adds just a pinch of cyanide

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Comedy dinner theatre adds just a pinch of cyanide

from Staff reports Theatre at Southeastern will present its dinner theatre production, “Arsenic and Old Lace,” Nov. 17-19 at 6:30 p.m. in the Visual and Performing Arts Center. “‘Arsenic and Old Lace,’ a 1939 comedy thriller by Joseph Kesselring, revolves around Mortimer Brewster, a drama critic who must deal with his crazy, homicidal family and…

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‘Casting Crowns’ new album debuts at No. 2

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‘Casting Crowns’ new album debuts at No. 2

by Kendra Germany Staff writer Christian music’s top-selling group Casting Crowns’ fifth studio album “Come to the Well” doesn’t disappoint fans thirsty for more. “Come to the Well” was released on Oct. 18, debuting at No. 2 on the Billboard 200 Charts. Casting Crowns is a Grammy and Dove Award-winning Christian band. Since the band’s…

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Fall season brings new makeup trends

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Fall season brings new makeup trends

by Chrissy Dill Staff writer There are countless types of makeup, which provide the opportunity to play up your appearance with your personal style of clothing accordingly. As with color palettes in fashion trends changing from season to season, you can also alter your makeup as the weather changes. Once summer comes to an end,…

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Dorm room microwave cooking for the holidays

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Dorm room microwave cooking for the holidays

by Laura Tomah Yeardisc editor The holiday season is upon us once again, and it’s time to make yourself miserable with your family at the dining room table. What better way to help out your mom or prepare for your club’s holiday party than putting your microwave to use? While these recipes will never come…

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Not a ‘Grimm’ outlook for NBC’s new series

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Not a ‘Grimm’ outlook for NBC’s new series

by Tiffany Logue Staff writer “Grimm” is NBC’s new drama series which I found to be intriguing and suspenseful. The pilot episode, which aired on Friday, Oct. 29, was directed by Marc Buckland. Buckland has directed some episodes of “Scrubs” and “My Name is Earl.” “Grimm” stars David Giuntoli, who has appeared in other shows…

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