Archive For February 6, 2013

February 1 College Inn Commons Apartment fire

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February 1 College Inn Commons Apartment fire

by Stacy Hutto Managing editor Montgomery Street behind the Fine Arts Building was closed to traffic due to a fire in the College Inn Commons apartments on Feb. 1. Three fire trucks and assorted fire vehicles, a Durant Police car, an ambulance and Campus Police all responded to the fire. Durant Police Officers Travis Dill…

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College Inn apartment fire

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College Inn apartment fire

  Staff photo by Stacy Hutto Firefighters from the Durant Fire Department check apartment 229, above where the fire started Feb. 1, for damage. Full story to be published Wednesday online in The Southeastern. Staff photo by Stacy Hutto According to Deputy Fire Chief Marc Hall, the fire appeared to be electrical, but can’t be…

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February Humorscope

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February Humorscope

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February Comic

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February Comic

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The Southeastern here to inform students

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The Southeastern here to inform students

by Stacy Hutto Managing editor Many people in the campus community only see the finished product. Many of you walk by it everyday and don’t even give it a second glance. Do I have you wondering what it is? I’ll give you a clue: you’re holding it in your hand right now. The Southeastern is…

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SE students want better college life

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SE students want better college life

by Nick Growall Staff writer Through television and movies, people my age grew up understanding college to be a time not just focused on studying our chosen fields, but a time of what some may consider “uncivilized behavior” full of long nights, bad choices and unforgettable memories. However, here at Southeastern, the town of Durant…

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Tennis teams prep for upcoming season

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Tennis teams prep for upcoming season

by Andreea Georgescu Staff writer Southeastern men’s and women’s tennis teams are ready to start the spring season. Each team will play its first match of the season on Feb. 8 in Dallas, Texas against Dallas Baptist University. The men’s tennis team has 10 players this semester. The team added two new members last semester,…

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Protect people’s rights, not guns’ rights

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Protect people’s rights, not guns’ rights

by Kristen Waldron Staff writer The constant news reports coming in about shooting massacres of innocent people have me struggling with my own thoughts on gun laws and gun possession. Who should have more rights to protection, the people or the guns? My feeling on this is the people pay taxes, vote and keep society…

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ABC’s ‘Happy Endings’ a hilarious friend sitcom

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ABC’s ‘Happy Endings’ a hilarious friend sitcom

by Judson Wall Staff writer “Friends,” “How I Met Your Mother,” “Cheers”…many friend sitcoms have come and gone in the past, some great and some awful. “Happy Endings” is one of those cult sitcoms that have flown under the radar like so many other greats such as “Freaks and Geeks” and “Undeclared.” The first season…

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States go against Obama gun control

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States go against Obama gun control

by James Keeton Contributing writer Following the massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary School, the gun control debate took center stage in America. President Barack Obama surrounded himself with children from Sandy Hook as he introduced new gun control measures. Was this a bold move or a sick attempt to further an agenda? As part of…

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