Archive For December 6, 2013

Eric Chance Mobbs praises art department faculty

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Eric Chance Mobbs praises art department faculty

Eric Chance Mobbs is a senior graphic design major who defends his choice to pursue a difficult carreer. According to Mobbs, “Many art students find themselves questioning their decision to pursue such a difficult career path, but soon realize that life is art, and without art life is meaningless” .   Mobbs displayed a multitude…

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Nicole Benney prepares for career in art

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Nicole Benney prepares for career in art

Nicole Benney loves being a part of the SE art department The SE art department has  fostered her growth as an artist, said Benney. “The professors here have a real passion for what they do and it rubs off on their students,” said Benney. Benney’s favorite professor is Jack Ousey, associate professor of the art,…

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SE ends season with loss to rival ECU, nabs GAC honors

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SE ends season with loss to rival ECU, nabs GAC honors

By Staff Reports Savage Storm dropped the 2013 season finale and Senior Day to archrival East Central 23-16 on Saturday, Nov. 16 at Paul Laird Field. Despite only scoring 16 points, Southeastern held a 391-to-253 edge in total yards, with 138 yards rushing and 253 through the air. The SE offense broke five single-season school…

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Recovered senior forward looks ahead

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Recovered senior forward looks ahead

By Nick McCoy Urald King, a redshirt senior forward from West Monroe LA, came into last season with the same ambition as the previous year. Averaging 11.3 points a game in 2011-12, King began the 2012-13 season with a spring of evolving talent behind him. King played last preseason before he fractured the scaphoid and…

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Volleyball falls to ECU in GAC tournament

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Volleyball falls to ECU in GAC tournament

 

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Savage Storm names new head coach

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Savage Storm names new head coach

By Staff Reports On Dec. 4 Bo Atterberry was introduced as the 19th head football coach in Southeastern ’s 100-plus year history. Atterberry makes the move from assistant head coach and defensive coordinator after former coach Ray Richards resigned on Nov. 18. “It is an honor to become the head coach at Southeastern,” said Atterberry….

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Re-run Junction has lowest prices in Durant

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Re-run Junction has lowest prices in Durant

By Apryl Mock     Re-run Junction, located on First Street offers the lowest thrift store prices I’ve seen in Durant. This is a relatively small shop, but it is bursting with value. If you only have $5 in your pocket, you can walk out of this store with three bags full of merchandise and…

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‘Are you there, God? It’s me, God’: Student finally finds religion

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‘Are you there, God? It’s me, God’: Student finally finds religion

It was bound to happen eventually. People have been urging me to find faith for as long as I’ve been an “out-of-the-closet” atheist, and it seems that their incessant proselytizing has whittled me down. I am very proud to announce that I have found religion and would like you to join me on my quest…

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Student juggles responsibilities as parent, student

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Student juggles responsibilities as parent, student

Being a student is hard work. It’s especially hard if you have a full-time job too. Now try to imagine being a full-time student with a full –time job and raising a child. All of these things require a lot of attention, but one person only has so much to give at a time. For…

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Bookstore starts annual Literacy Angel Tree book drive for Big 5 Head Start

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Bookstore starts annual Literacy Angel Tree book drive for Big 5 Head Start

By Brittany Burke The Southeastern Barnes & Noble Bookstore is beginning the annual Literacy Angel Tree Book Drive Project. The SE bookstore intends to gather enough donations through the project to provide at least one to two new books to each child attending the Big Five SOSU Head Start program. Donations are needed by Dec….

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