Archive For September 27, 2012

Floats a source of fun, pride for students

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Floats a source of fun, pride for students

by Apryl Mock Staff writer Homecoming floats provide a challenge and a fun time for students, according to Honors Advisory Council and Sigma Tau Gamma presidents. Chuck Bull, a junior pre-law major and president of the Sigma Tau Gamma fraternity chapter at SE, said he is enjoying his third year of float-building. Adam Grant, a…

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LaBeouf, Hardy impress in anti-climactic ‘Lawless’

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by Nick Growall Staff writer Gritty, bloody and true to its nature, director John Hilcoat’s “Lawless” is a no holds barred film depicting the rough lives of bootleggers in the Prohibition era of the 1930s. Although it doesn’t quite reach the grand scale it has set itself up for, it is an interesting and well-performed…

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Homecoming participation packets due Sept. 14

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Homecoming participation packets due Sept. 14

by Apryl Mock Staff writer Homecoming king/queen and Big Man on Campus entry forms are due in the SGA office by noon on Sept. 14, homecoming committee co-chairs Joseph Badan and April Zimmerman said. Team rosters, homecoming entry forms and sweepstakes entry forms are due in the SGA office by 5 p.m. Sept. 14. The…

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Gay Straight Alliance spreads name, fundraises

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Gay Straight Alliance spreads name, fundraises

by Shannon Hutcherson Assistant yeardisc editor The Gay Straight Alliance is a Southeastern student organization that promotes tolerance and acceptance for LGBTQ students and their allies on campus and in the community. The GSA will be hosting a fundraiser at Cherry Berry on University Blvd. on Wednesday, Sept. 12, from 4 to 9 p.m. 10% of…

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Loop parking construction shows progress

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Loop parking construction shows progress

Staff photo by Allison Roberts Plyler Construction workers continue to make progress creating 12 new handicapped parking spaces on the loop around the north side of Morrison Hall. The project is set to end Oct. 15. Further information about the loop construction can be found around campus in the Sept. 6 issue of The Southeastern.

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Voter registration deadline approaches

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Voter registration deadline approaches

Kendra Germany Staff writer With Election Day only a few months away, time is running out to become a registered voter. The deadline for registration is Oct. 12. According to the U.S. Census Bureau website, census.gov, 29 percent of U.S. citizens under the age of 30 were not registered to vote at the time of…

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Student has ‘life-changing’ experience on Haiti mission

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Student has ‘life-changing’ experience on Haiti mission

Brittani Young Staff writer Being helpful and serving others is often on people’s minds. Ashley Clark, a senior communication major, put her thoughts into action and devoted one week out of her summer to help people in Haiti. July 3-10, Clark took a trip to Haiti on a mission trip with the help of Coreluv…

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Loop construction set to end Oct. 15

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Loop construction set to end Oct. 15

Allison Roberts, Managing editor Brittani Young, Staff writer Construction north of Morrison Hall on the loop and around the Fine Arts Building should be completed by Oct. 15, Director of the Physical Plant Eddie Harbin said. The construction has eliminated the availability of parking around the loop until it is completed, but the ongoing projects…

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Welcome Week scrimmage

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Welcome Week scrimmage

by Stacy Hutto Staff writer Thursday, Aug. 23, the 2012 football team gave fans a taste of what to expect for the upcoming season. The intra-squad scrimmage showcased the offense in white uniforms and the defense in blue. The quarterbacks were in yellow. The scrimmage was action-packed and hard-hitting. It came at the end of…

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‘Four Guys Named Al’ back by popular demand

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‘Four Guys Named Al’ back by popular demand

by Nick Growall Staff writer The Oklahoma Shakespearean Festival’s surprise cabaret hit, “Four Guys Named Al,” will be returning for encore performances Sept. 14 and 15 at 7:30 p.m. in the Southeastern Oklahoma State University New Theatre Building. This hilarious cabaret features the local Southeastern talents of Dr. Aaron Adair, Dr. Jeremy Blackwood, Instructor Corey…

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