Archive For May 3, 2013

SE baseball season comes to end

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SE baseball season comes to end

Kristen Waldron Staff writer Following the losses to East Central University, the Southeastern baseball team will not be heading to Enid for the Great American Conference Championship Tournament. The three-game series against ECU brought the Storm’s season to an abrupt end. The Storm ended its season with a record of 23-20 overall and 15-15 in…

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SE softball wins GAC tournament, individual honors

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SE softball wins GAC tournament, individual honors

Kristen Waldron Staff writer The Savage Storm has taken the Great American Conference regular season title and became the GAC tournament champions on April 28. The SE softball team also won several honors from the GAC that were announced on April 24. GAC Pitcher of the Year went to sophomore pre-nursing major Jacee Bennett. Newcomer…

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Rodeo team sends member to CNFR

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Rodeo team sends member to CNFR

  Stacy Hutto Managing editor After a busy month on the road the Southeastern rodeo team will be sending a team member on to the College National Finals Rodeo. In April the rodeo team traveled to Fort Hays State University in Hays, Kan. and Oklahoma Panhandle State University in Goodwell. The last rodeo of the…

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Glamorous makeup of ‘Mad Men’ made easy

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Glamorous makeup of ‘Mad Men’ made easy

Apryl Mock News editor The hot television series “Mad Men” set in the 1950s uses a glamorous makeup style. The style on the show is like an everyday Marilyn Monroe look, still sexy but a bit more sophisticated. In this article I will tell you how to achieve the “Mad Men” look. The first thing…

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Storming the Streets: What are your plans after graduation?

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Storming the Streets: What are your plans after graduation?

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FAIR BUT BIASED:Bring out your dead: Art’s not dead yet

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FAIR BUT BIASED:Bring out your dead: Art’s not dead yet

  Dustin  Curry   Contributing  writer www.dustincurry.com   At the heart of the human condition is our desire for art. However, for a large portion of the world (perhaps larger than you think) the basic means of artistic expression are being withheld or quickly taken away. This trend must stop in order for society to…

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Editorial: Life after commencement

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Editorial: Life after commencement

May is a time of endings for many students all across the country. Some of the endings are relief, like the end of a college freshman’s first year. Some of the endings are happy, glad that schools out for the summer. Some of the endings are bittersweet. For seniors about to graduate, the end of…

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Greek Week and Dramapalooza Photo Pages

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Greek Week and Dramapalooza Photo Pages

Staff Photos by Apryl Mock          

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Sororities, fraternities battle during Greek Week

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Sororities, fraternities battle during Greek Week

Apryl Mock News editor, Greek Week is a long-standing tradition at SE. This year Greek Week was held from April 22 to April 24. Ashley Bowen, president of Alpha Sigma Tau and a junior elementary education major, said, “Greek Week is important to SE because it bonds the Greeks together. It gives us a chance…

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Pre-Med Club sponsors Great Strides Walk

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Pre-Med Club sponsors Great Strides Walk

Stacy Hutto Managing editor The Pre-Med Club of Southeastern raised $966 during the Great Strides Walk on April 20. Thanks to a late donation the final amount raised for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation was $1,000. Dr. Loide Wasmund, professor of chemistry and faculty adviser for the Pre-Med Club said there were 25 people who participated…

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