Archive For June 20, 2013

Festival celebrates Shakespeare

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Festival celebrates Shakespeare

Apryl Mock Managing editor The Oklahoma Shakespearean Festival will offer a variety of shows this summer, performed by a range of actors from professionals to participants in the young actor’s studio. “Mister Gremory’s Caravan of Curiosities” opened on June 14 and 15, and will be performed on June 21 and 22 at 7:30 p.m. Tickets…

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Editorial:The other ‘F’ word: Stop abusing words

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Editorial:The other ‘F’ word: Stop abusing words

The “F” word is a bad word. No, not that “F” word, we’re talking about the word “Faggot.” Words are powerful things. Nothing is more annoying than when someone uses a word because they think it sounds intelligent, but they don’t know its meaning. For example, “irregardless” is not a word at all. In high…

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Hendrix covers multiple job positions

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Hendrix covers multiple job positions

Evan Wakefield Contributing writer A receptionist, two information technology specialists and an administrator once staffed Room 317 on the third floor of the Russell Building, but now Ellen Hendrix is the only person remaining. Hendrix is currently working all four positions but was only hired as the information technology specialist. Hendrix said, “They’re getting a…

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True Blue counts down pounds lost this summer

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True Blue counts down pounds lost this summer

Stacy Hutto Managing editor For the second summer in a row, the True Blue Summer Countdown is in progress. The countdown is a “The Biggest Loser” type of program where faculty and staff who want to lose weight and live a healthier lifestyle form teams. According to Mary Diessner in the Office of the President,…

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Camp SE ready to make ‘Summer Splash’

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Camp SE ready to make ‘Summer Splash’

Allison Roberts Staff writer Camp SE kicks off with its first weekend on June 23-24. The next camps will be held July 21-22 and 28-29. Camp SE Online won’t be available until the second week of the fall semester. Asked why they are all held on Sunday nights and Mondays, Student Life Coordinator Liz Howard…

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Campus police release Clery reports

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Campus police release Clery reports

Apryl Mock Managing editor Every year by April 1 campus police releases a Clery Report. This report lists crimes committed on campus as well as some of the crimes within approximately a mile radius; according to campus police chief Stacy Ballew. The SE campus police are in compliance with The Jeanne Clery Act. President George…

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Community leaders promote growth

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Community leaders promote growth

Stacy Hutto Managing editor For the second year in a row Southeastern Oklahoma State University hosted the E3 Summit. The E3 summit is an economic development seminar bringing educators and members of the community together to discuss how to develop the community in a way that is beneficial to everyone. The recent E3 summit was…

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Center Pages of Print Issue

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Center Pages of Print Issue

By Allison Roberts Staff writer The devastation Oklahoma has suffered from during this year’s storm season has inspired the hearts of many across the country to help storm victims in any way possible. Still, people across the country have been finding creative ways to help out and donate. The most widely publicized methods have been…

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Comic: Summer 2013 “Passing the Torch”

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Comic: Summer 2013 “Passing the Torch”

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Storming the Streets

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Storming the Streets

What made you decide to take summer classes? Do you think they are easier or harder than spring/fall classes?

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