Archive For October 30, 2013

Graduation application deadline nears

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Graduation application deadline nears

To All Graduating Students:   The final day to apply for graduation for the Fall semester is Friday, November 1st. Eligible students who do NOT apply for graduation by this deadline will not be considered for graduation until the end of the next semester.    If you plan to complete ALL requirements for your bachelor’s degree…

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Football falters at home versus SWOSU

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Football falters at home versus SWOSU

From Staff Reports   After not deciding anything over the game’s first 30 minutes with the teams locked in a 20-20 tie, Southwestern would score the game’s final 17 points and Southeastern would come out on the short end of a 37-27 final score on Friday, Oct. 18 at Paul Laird Field. The loss was…

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Weger, SE win title at Demon invite

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Weger, SE win title at Demon invite

From Staff Reports Bailee Weger turned in her second-best 5K time of the year, and it was enough to earn her a meet championship as she paced Southeastern to its second meet victory of the season at the Northwestern Louisiana Demon Invitational in Natchitoches, La. on Oct. 12. Weger posted a 20:10.6 to win the…

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Poppin’ tags: Affordable Furniture and More offers great atmosphere

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Poppin’ tags: Affordable Furniture and More offers great atmosphere

By Apryl Mock Managing Editor Affordable Furniture and More is my favorite place to shop in Durant. Though on the outside it appears to be a humble used furniture store, it is so much more. It’s a wonderland of antiques, home décor items and a plethora of other treasures. This is not the thrift shop…

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Golf team finishes 7th

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Golf team finishes 7th

From Staff Reports The Southeastern golf team carded the lowest team score of the final round with a 297 but was unable to improve its position following day one and finished seventh at the Bruce Williams Memorial Invitational in San Antonio, Texas Oct. 21-22. SE turned in one of just two scores below 300 on…

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Women’s basketball picked to finish 7th

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Women’s basketball picked to finish 7th

From Staff Reports Following a seventh place finish a season ago, Southeastern’s women’s basketball team has been picked to match that finish in the 2013-14 season, according to the Great American Conference Preseason poll released on Tuesday, Oct. 22. The poll is voted on by the league’s 11 coaches who rank 10 teams and are…

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Shyamalan’s newest film ‘After Earth’ arrives at RedBox

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Shyamalan’s newest film ‘After Earth’ arrives at RedBox

By Kyle Virden Staff Writer The new film by M. Night Shyamalan, “After Earth” recently made its RedBox premiere. Though it hasn’t seen rave reviews by most critics, I found it to have an important message and beautiful cinematography. “After Earth” is based on a short story by Will Smith, which Shyamalan converted in to…

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SE mascot Bolt here to stay, inspiring school spirit

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SE mascot Bolt here to stay, inspiring school spirit

By Taylor Donaldson Contributing Writer I’ve heard more opinions about Southeastern’s new mascot than I have about Miley Cyrus’ ability to twerk. We all have our opinions about Southeastern’s new mascot, even though most of the 300 at the mascot reveal ceremony seemed pretty excited. If you’ve been living under a rock, you may not…

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Editorial- Sold for sex: Issues children face

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Editorial- Sold for sex: Issues children face

Sex trafficking, hunger and poverty. These are issues that many of the children in America and all over the world face on a daily basis. Though these problems may seem unconquerable, you can create change, like the SE Chorale. They are hosting an event this November to raise awareness about these issues. In 2012 the…

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Chi Alpha reaches out to SE community with new activities

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Chi Alpha reaches out to SE community with new activities

Alex Lehr Contributing writer The Chi Alpha Christian fellowship organization is bringing new activities to SE campus this year. Previously headed by Marlin Blankenship, who then worked for SE recruitment, the leadership role to Chi Alpha has been passed on to Anna Watts of Durant, who currently works as a secretary at Abundant Life Temple….

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