Archive For July 10, 2012

Oklahoma Shakespearean Festival began June 22

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Oklahoma Shakespearean Festival began June 22

by Tiffany Logue News editor Courtesy photo from Nick Growall Staff photo by Tiffany Logue First photo: Boomer Lowrie working on podims for the dinner theatre play “Game Show.” Lowrie was working on the podium in the new theatre building workshop on June 13. Second photo: Rehearsals continue for the Oklahoma Shakespearean Feastival with “Four Guys…

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SE sports making changes, preparing for first fall game

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SE sports making changes, preparing for first fall game

by Kelly Blue Contributing writer SE’s upcoming fall semester has an array of NCAA sports. In total, there are 11 sports teams at SE. Luke Willman, director of external operations, said, “Southeastern offers affordable family entertainment from the pre-game, to media half times, to post game.” Willman also projects a good year for SE because…

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‘Snow White and the Huntsman’ a success

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‘Snow White and the Huntsman’ a success

by Tiffany Logue News editor Courtesy photo Cast of “Snow White and the Huntsman.” In 1937, Walt Disney produced “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs” which became popular for children. Recently, Rupert Sanders has directed a fresher version of the Snow White fairy tale, “Snow White and the Huntsman.” The film opened in theaters on…

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Ridley Scott does not disappoint with ‘Prometheus’

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Ridley Scott does not disappoint with ‘Prometheus’

by Kendall Newton Contributing writer Courtesy photo Movie still from “Prometheus.” “Prometheus” is the kind of movie that cinephiles live for. Not only is it one of the most highly anticipated movies of the year, but it has quite a legacy to live up to. Director Ridley Scott, returning to the genre that he helped…

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Marvel Studios assembles highest-grossing film to date

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Marvel Studios assembles highest-grossing film to date

by Jerreck McWilliams Staff writer Courtesy photo The cast of “The Avengers.” BAM! That’s an onomatopoeia. Look it up on your own later. It’s also the sound of the first scene of Marvel Studio’s “The Avengers” slamming into your 3D-spectacled face, and it does not let up from there. Watch it with friends. Seriously, take…

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How to create memory quilt from old T-shirts

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How to create memory quilt from old T-shirts

by Allison Roberts Managing editor Staff photo by Allison Roberts My blanket as it awaits cuddle time. Memory quilts, made from sewn together cutouts of T-shirts, are a popular and practical way to repurpose shirts that are no longer worn. While making a quilt might seem like a daunting task for many crafting beginners, such…

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Natural pest control solutions after a mild winter

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Natural pest control solutions after a mild winter

by Jessica Breger Staff writer This past winter brought Southern Oklahoma little snow and no freeze. While we may have enjoyed the mild weather then, we are paying for it this summer. With no winter freeze to kill insects, the summer is sure to bring a lot of unwelcome and potentially dangerous guests into our…

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Jana Kramer’s debut CD was enjoyable, energetic

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Jana Kramer’s debut CD was enjoyable, energetic

by Tiffany Logue News editor Courtesy of http://countrysongsonline.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/04/Jana-Kramer-Debut-Album Jana Kramer’s debut album was officially released on June 5. The CD was a great buy due to the lower album cost than other new CDs for a fun list of songs. Most people who have heard of Kramer have either heard her single “Why Ya Wanna”…

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Summer classes are not long

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Summer classes are not long

by Brittani Young Staff writer Staff photo by Allison Roberts Nick Growall celebrating his decision to take fewer classes in the summer to give himself a little break after his hard work in the previous semester. Everyone dreads classes in general. Getting up early, studying, writing papers and submitting projects are the worst things about…

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Summer stress runs high due to work overload

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Summer stress runs high due to work overload

by Tiffany Logue News Editor Staff photo by Allison Roberts Nick Growall complaining about his bill price for the summer semester compared to the fall or spring semesters. Every summer, students get the option to go on break or enroll in classes. As with most things in life, there are pros and cons to attending…

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