Archive For March 29, 2013

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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SE golf team scores title

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SE golf team scores title

Andreea Georgescu Staff writer The Southeastern golf team recently finished the fall portion the season. The Savage Storm brought home the title at the Bison Fall Golf Classic in Cabot, Ark. Sept. 16. “We tried hard on this tournament, and we had a really good comeback,” said junior Jeff Hunter. Southeastern bested the field by…

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Personal style more important than following trends

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Personal style more important than following trends

by Allison Roberts Staff writer Fashion trends mean nothing to me. They come and go too quickly, are often more expensive than they’re worth and are almost always embarrassing when remembered. However, fashion and style are totally different things. People don’t have to have loads of money or closets full of designer pieces to have…

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November Humorscope: A glimpse into the future

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November Humorscope: A glimpse into the future

Steven Dixon Advertising director Aries (3/21-4/19) Don’t worry, depression is covered under ObamaCare   Taurus (4/20-5/20) So you’ve come to the conclusion that you’re a failure because you can’t sing, act, or dance. Don’t fret, there’s still hope; you could always become a late night television host. They can’t do any of the above either….

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Authentic Mexican food at Villegas Restaurant

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Authentic Mexican food at Villegas Restaurant

Stacy Hutto Managing editor As a California transplant, I had yet to find authentic Mexican food in the Durant area the six years I have been out here. That has all changed after eating at Villegas Meat Market, Restaurant and Bakery. For the past six years, I have driven by this hole-in-the-wall restaurant without realizing…

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‘90s nostalgia sweeps in at Crows concert

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‘90s nostalgia sweeps in at Crows concert

by Kendra Germany Staff writer The ’90s alternative rock band the Counting Crows made a stop at Winstar World Casino in Thackerville on Nov. 9, proving that they are still just as talented as they were 15 years ago. There were different styles and sounds of music to come out of the ’90s, and the…

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‘Liz and Dick’ reveals roller-coaster relationship of screen icons

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‘Liz and Dick’ reveals roller-coaster relationship of screen icons

by Kristen Waldron Staff writer The famous life and relationship between Elizabeth Taylor (“Cat on a Hot Tin Roof”) and Richard Burton (“Alexander the Great”) is coming to the small screen of television. This biopic chronicling the couple was written by Christopher Monger and directed by Lloyd Kramer. The famous couple met on the set…

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Daniel Craig’s Bond faces new iconic villain in ‘Skyfall’

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Daniel Craig’s Bond faces new iconic villain in ‘Skyfall’

by Nick Growall Staff writer In the 23rd installment of this franchise, the question is raised as to whether James Bond is still relevant in our modern world. After 50 years of martinis, girls and guns, reinvention is a small matter for a man who considers “resurrection” his hobby. In “Skyfall,” Director Sam Medes reflects…

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Retro Review: ‘Take Shelter’ a raw movie of strong acting

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Retro Review: ‘Take Shelter’ a raw movie of strong acting

Kendall Newton Contributing writer “Take Shelter” came out last year and few under the radar of both general audiences and most major award shows, but it deserves more recognition than it has received. The movie is about a man named Curtis, played by the always astounding Michael Shannon, who begins to have dreams and visions…

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Kung-fu movie is a hit

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Kung-fu movie is a hit

Nick Growall Staff writer Old school rap and martial arts collide with RZA’s directorial debut, “The Man With the Iron Fists.” While the tone and pacing might be uneven at times, this is not a film designed for Oscar season; it’s fun, wild and sleazy, yet at the same time harkens back to the kung-fu…

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