Archive For April 22, 2013

Savage Storm softball starts April with wins

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Savage Storm softball starts April with wins

by Kristen Waldron Staff writer The Southeastern softball team had a clean sweep against Southwestern on April 5-6. This brings their season record to 36-7 overall and 21-3 in the Great American Conference. In the first game, April 5, SE had four runs and seven hits, with three players receiving RBIs. Jacee Bennett, sophomore nursing…

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April Photo Pages: Springfest 2013: Mudlympics XXIX has students getting down and dirty

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April Photo Pages:    Springfest 2013: Mudlympics XXIX has students getting down and dirty

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Main Street Barbecue is smoking, a meat lover’s dream

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Main Street Barbecue is smoking, a meat lover’s dream

Stacy Hutto Managing editor My all-time favorite place to eat in Durant is Main Street Barbecue on the corner of First Street and Main Street. The prices are affordable for anyone on a budget and the food is outstanding. Main Street Barbecue claims to have “The best BBQ this side of Memphis” and I have…

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New Kids on the Block back with new album ‘10’

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New Kids on the Block back with new album ‘10’

Kristen Waldon Staff writer The men from New Kids on the Block are back and better than ever. I remember watching my favorite boy band, NKTOB. Every girl swooned over Jordan and Jon Knight, Joey McIntyre, Donnie Wahlberg and Danny Wood. But they are not boys anymore. They have grown up and so has their…

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‘Escape from Kerfuffle Castle’ fun for all

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‘Escape from Kerfuffle Castle’ fun for all

Apryl Mock News editor With laser lights, a moving portrait and glow-in-the-dark special effects, “Escape from Kerfuffle Castle” was a visual feast. Written by Southeastern’s own Dell Mclain, Director of theater, Chair and Professor of the art, communication and theatre department, the children’s show was enjoyable for all. “Escape from Kerfuffle Castle” follows the story…

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‘Rise of the Governor’ provides insight into series

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‘Rise of the Governor’ provides insight into series

Alex Fowler Contributing writer “The Walking Dead” universe has exploded in TV, video games and even book ratings. One particular book of the popular zombie series that was a great book to read for this reviewer was created by Robert Kirkman and Jay Bonansinga, “The Walking Dead: Rise of The Governor.” In the series “The…

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Diet fads not best option for weight loss

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Diet fads not best option for weight loss

Kristen  Waldron   Staff writer Dieters, stand up and unite against the fake and bad diets otherwise known as fad diets.   While we are all trying to slim down for that dreaded swimsuit season, let’s get smart and healthy at the same time instead using a fad diet In today’s society there are misconceptions…

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FAIR BUT BIASED:Why I support Westboro Baptist Church–kind of

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FAIR BUT BIASED:Why I support Westboro Baptist Church–kind of

Dustin  Curry   Contributing  writer www.dustincurry.com They’re hated, reviled and detested. Simply saying the name “Westboro” stirs up emotions of anger and resentment. If it were up to many people, the WBC would not be able to picket and preach their offensive messages. The first piece I ever had published in this newspaper was an…

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Editorial:Opinions in ink matter

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Editorial:Opinions in ink matter

Many people may not realize the purpose of a newspaper. Aspiring journalists are taught that news organizations are supposed to tell people what to think about, not what to think. That phrase is in many textbooks for mass communication classes. The textbook used in Southeastern’s mass communication classes says, “…journalists tell people the news and…

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Chorvettes Stageworks Company performs Spring Show

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Chorvettes Stageworks Company performs Spring Show

Apryl Mock News editor The Chorvettes Stageworks Company performed their Spring Show in the Visual and Performing Arts Center on Saturday, April 13. The Chorvettes sang a variety of songs including broadway hits such as “Rent”,popluar music such as “American Idiot” and American Classics such as “Over the Rainbow.” After The Chorvettes performed a couple…

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