Archive For November 19, 2012

‘I’d Rather Laugh with the Sinners Than Cry with The Saints’

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‘I’d Rather Laugh with the Sinners Than Cry with The Saints’

by Dustin  Curry Contributing writer www.dustincurry.com Let me start by saying that I wholeheartedly agree with the freedom of expression of opinion and believe that all people should have the chance to speak their minds. It’s with that freedom that I write this article. Even those who have opinions contrary to my own should be…

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Center for Academic Success almost complete

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Center for Academic Success almost complete

Allison Roberts Staff writer With funds from a grant for the Connect2Complete Project, the Native American Center for Student Success and Academic Advising and Outreach Center moved into their new locations in The Center for Academic Success by the beginning of October. Now located in the old bookstore on the loop, the NACSS and AAOC…

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Bipartisan cooperation more important than voting

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Bipartisan cooperation more important than voting

Nick Growall Staff Writer It seems like everyone has an opinion nowadays. Whether its in class or on the wide open ranges of Facebook or the Twitter-verse, for the past month it seemed as if I couldn’t go anywhere without someone going on about their preferred candidate in the presidential election. The same people, mind…

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Storm’s season ends

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Storm’s season ends

by Stacy Hutto Managing editor November saw not only the Savage Storm’s last home game, but also the last away game of the season. The last home game was Nov. 3 when the Storm hosted Harding University from Arkansas. At the end of the game the score was 9- 31. The away game was held…

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Theatre at Southeastern’s ‘A Christmas Carol’ to open Nov. 15

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Theatre at Southeastern’s ‘A Christmas Carol’ to open Nov. 15

From Staff Reports    Theatre at Southeastern will present the Charles Dickens classic, “A Christmas Classic” Nov. 15-17 at 7:30 p.m. in the Montgomery Auditorium. Tickets can be purchased at the box office in the Visual and Performing Arts Center, by calling 580-745-2696 or online at www.se.edu/theartre. Tickets will also be available at the door an…

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Coach sees improvement ahead for Southeastern volleyball team

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Coach sees improvement ahead for Southeastern volleyball team

by Andreea Georgescu Staff writer The Southeastern volleyball team has an overall record of 2-23 for the 2012-13 season. The Storm conference record is 1-9 followed by a 1-8 record on the neutral games. Southeastern won against Northwestern Oklahoma State University on Sept. 22 in a Great American Conference game. The Savage Storm lost nine games…

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Savage Storm clinches second win in a row

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Savage Storm clinches second win in a row

by Stacy Hutto News editor Oct. 20 the Savage Storm hosted rival Southwestern Okla. State Bulldogs at Paul Laird Field. Southeastern scored first with a field goal from Chris Peoples and never looked back. Southeastern ended the day with a 26-16 victory over the Bulldogs. The Savage Storm improves to 3-4 overall and 1-4 in the…

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Women’s basketball to begin

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Women’s basketball to begin

by Andreea Georgescu Staff writer Southeastern women’s basketball team schedule for 2012-2013 schedule is now available on the athletics website, www.gosoutheastern.com. The team had an 11-17 record last season and had a win against the No. 1 seed and nationally ranked Arkansas Tech in the first round of the Great American Conference tournament. Southeastern women’s…

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Men’s basketball prepares for season

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Men’s basketball prepares for season

by Nick Growall Staff writer The Southeastern men’s basketball team is set to start the 2012-13 regular season with an exhibition on Oct. 26 at Brigham Young, building off the momentum from their first season under the command of head coach Kelly Green. In his first year as head coach, the Storm went 12-17, the most…

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Mumford and Sons’ ‘Babel’ breaks records

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Mumford and Sons’ ‘Babel’ breaks records

by Kendra Germany Staff writer British folk-rockers Mumford and Sons released their sophomore album “Babel” on Sept. 21, crushing records set by the biggest band from across the pond, The Beatles. Mumford’s first album, “Sigh No More” earned them numerous awards, including six Grammy nominations in both 2011 and 2012. The band had a lot of…

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