Archive For February 29, 2012

‘Xanadu’ opening night

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‘Xanadu’ opening night

by Dani Norton Staff writer   Theatre at Southeastern and the SE Department of Music will present “Xanadu” Thursday through Saturday, Feb. 23-25 at 7:30 p.m. in Montgomery Auditorium. “Xanadu” follows Greek goddess Clio on her descent from Mt. Olympus to Venice Beach to inspire Sonny, a struggling artist, to create what will be his…

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SE Live held Feb. 8

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SE Live held Feb. 8

by Chrissy Peake Contributing writer   High school juniors and seniors came to Southeastern to tour the campus and envision themselves as college students during SE Live Wednesday, Feb. 8. According to SE Recruitment Specialist Susan Hodson, 248 students along with 72 parents and counselors attended SE Live. Some students came on buses accompanied by…

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Records set in weather 2011

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Records set in weather 2011

by Lornna Bates Managing editor   In Oklahoma, the weather conditions of 2011 made for a year of extremes. The year began and ended with relatively mild weather,which has continued through 2012, but the time frame in between was far from mild. Numerous records were broken, records that had existed for many years. In a…

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Duke and Duchess of Green Dot masquerade

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Duke and Duchess of Green Dot masquerade

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Bake sale benefits CCC

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Bake sale benefits CCC

by Lornna Bates Managing editor   The SE graduate counseling students held fundraising events throughout the week of Jan. 30 in honor of the Tackle Domestic Violence week benefitting the Durant Crisis Control Center and their fight against domestic violence. Fundraising activities included a three-day bake sale, a raffle, several Super Bowl parties, support from…

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Accessorize in spring

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Accessorize in spring

by Chrissy Dill Staff writer   This spring designers have revealed their true colors, and bland accessories such as black handbags and nude pumps are taking a break, making room for bright pastels, chunky earrings and fun shoes in platforms and novelty styles. A trend Vogue.com calls “modern embellishments” has become popular this season, making…

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TruTV unleashes steady stream of drama

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TruTV unleashes steady stream of drama

by Lornna Bates Managing editor   While I am in no way an expert on television shows or reality TV, I have discovered a channel that has captured my attention with a couple of shows that are addictive, to say the least. TruTV, a network that supplies actual court hearings as they progress and true…

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Underground pipeline plan not (in) OK

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Underground pipeline plan not (in) OK

by Laura Tomah Yeardisc editor   It seems some things never change, like political figures constantly making waves with social networking sites. No, don’t get too excited. This is not another Wiener incident. This time it involves Oklahoma’s governor and her support for the Keystone XL Pipeline, which she has repeatedly expressed on social networking…

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Website motto oversight

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Website motto oversight

Staff reports   Universities are institutions of higher learning (with learning being the operative word). However this is not always taken into account when dealing with students who are trying to advance their skills and knowledge, but are far from perfect. Mistakes happen, and luckily for our students, Southeastern is the place to make those…

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Glover joins library staff

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Glover joins library staff

by Kendra Germany Staff writer   Southeastern welcomes the newest addition to the Henry G. Bennett Memorial Library staff, Reference Librarian Katy Ann Glover. Glover graduated from SE in 2006 and received a Bachelor of Arts in English. Glover went on to earn a Master of Science in library science from the University of North…

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