Archive For January 21, 2012

Nobodies of comedy coming to East Central University on Jan. 26

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Nobodies of comedy coming to East Central University on Jan. 26

Press Release East Central University Communications and Marketing   The Nobodies of Comedy will bring five of the nation’s fastest rising starts of comedy to the Ataloa Theatre in the Hallie Brown Ford Fine Arts Center  at East Central Universitiy on Jan. 26 as part of ECU’s fine arts season. Erick James, Tim Krompier, Mark…

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Candlelighting Ceremony

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Candlelighting Ceremony

From staff reports   Southeastern Oklahoma State University celebrated the holiday season with the community Monday by hosting the 90th annual Candlelighting ceremony and concert. The event was held in Montgomery Auditorium and featured the Southeastern Symphonic Choir, the Southeastern Brass Ensemble, and members of the Southeastern Jazz Ensemble and Percussion Ensemble. Candlelighting is the…

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True Blue Ambassadors selected for spring 2012

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True Blue Ambassadors selected for spring 2012

From Staff Reports Seven SE students have been selected as True Blue Ambassadors for the spring 2012 semester. Students were nominated by faculty and staff members and went through an application and interview process. The students include aviation major Collin Beshear of Carrollton, Texas; criminal justice major Bryanna Bradshaw of Pottsboro, Texas; psychology major Natalee Hightower…

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Walk in the shoes of an SE student from another student’s perspective

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Walk in the shoes of an SE student from another student’s perspective

Photos courtesy of Kacy Hammock            

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Men’s basketball triumphs, women’s fall short

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Men’s basketball triumphs, women’s fall short

Sports photos courtesy of Dan Hoke          

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Green’s Storm pull out season-opening wins

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Green’s Storm pull out season-opening wins

by Nick Growall Staff writer The Southeastern men’s basketball team earned their first two wins of the season in their home opener against the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma on Tuesday, Nov. 22, and the following game against Missouri Western State on Friday, Nov. 25. This brings the Storm’s record to 2-5 under…

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Beauty crowned at SE

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Beauty crowned at SE

by Hope Zachary Contributing writer An SE student Haley Brooke Ellison competed for the title and was crowned Miss Southeast Oklahoma a few short weeks ago on Nov. 20. In addition Brittany Trent, a student from Durant High School, won the Miss Southeast Oklahoma Outstanding Teen title. Ellison has had a busy semester being involved…

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Kissing, tradition at SE

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Kissing, tradition at SE

by Hope Zachary Contributing writer Southeastern has many traditions for instance homecoming, Greek week, and Springfest. However, one that some students have never heard of is the tradition of the kissing circle. Madeline Rind, a sophomore communication major who is familiar with the tradition, stated “I learned about the tradition at Camp SE the summer…

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‘Immortal’ fails to outlive storyline boredom

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‘Immortal’ fails to outlive storyline boredom

by Nick Growall Staff writer In his third film, Tarsem Singh combines his knack for extreme, vibrant visuals with Greek mythology to create the latest swords-and-sandals epic, “Immortals.” The end result is something between his first film, the visually twisted psychotic thriller “The Cell” and the over-the-top, testosterone-fueled action epic “300.” The film loosely follows…

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Drake’s sophomore album a hit

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Drake’s sophomore album a hit

by Kendra Germany Staff writer Hip-hop’s favorite Canadian Drake takes care of business with the release of his second studio album. Drake, also known as Drizzy, released his much-anticipated sophomore album “Take Care” on Nov. 15. Drake was just an actor two years ago, playing Jimmy on the hit Canadian television show “Degrassi.” Today he…

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