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Southeastern Budget Cuts

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Southeastern Budget Cuts

By Kameron Dunn This past December, all public colleges and universities in Oklahoma learned from the state that each institution’s budget would be cut by 6 percent between January and June of 2016.   For Southeastern, these cuts during these months would reduce the funds of the university by a total of $493,066.   Most…

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Students and faculty display their works in the 2016 Pedagogy Art Exhibition

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Students and faculty display their works in the 2016 Pedagogy Art Exhibition

By Kourtney Cunningham   Pedagogy is a process of teaching. The annual Pedagogy Art Exhibition is meant to be “an illustration of what happens from our teaching and students learning,” said Gleny Beach, Director of Visual Arts at Southeastern.   Pedagogy 2016 began on Jan. 20 and will continue until Feb. 23. The exhibition is…

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New Southeastern Logo for Academics

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New Southeastern Logo for Academics

By Bri Wilson If you ever get on the Southeastern school website you probably know the oval shaped SE logo well, but if you have been on recently you may have noticed a change. Instead of the usual SE logo there is a new one, as well as a virtual campus tour being one of…

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Citation Correction – December 2015 Issue

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Citation Correction – December 2015 Issue

  CITATION – On page 03 of the December 2015 issue of The Southeastern, citations are missing for the “Party Icebreaker” and “Did You Know?” sections. The text of both were obtained from the website Reddit.   The Party Icebreaker text should be attributed to user Theonsfavoritetoy who posted the question to the /r/askreddit subreddit on…

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Student charged with campus rape found not guilty

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Student charged with campus rape found not guilty

by Abigail McDonald   In February of this year, Curtis Patrick Bell, a 19-year-old student at Southeastern Oklahoma State University, was arrested for allegedly raping a female student. The rape was said to have taken place in Choctaw Hall during a round of drinking games between a group of students. Bell was said to have…

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“Take a Stand Week of Action” and “It’s On Us” recognized in November

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“Take a Stand Week of Action” and “It’s On Us” recognized in November

by Charles Jackson   The week of Nov. 9 starts the implementation of the “Take A Stand Week of Action” for the national “It’s On Us” campaign. From Nov. 9 to Nov. 13, student led activities will be held across campus that demonstrates Southeastern’s commitment to end sexual assault. According to Director of Student Wellness…

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Top Ten Freshman Awards Ceremony

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Top Ten Freshman Awards Ceremony

DURANT, OK — On Wednesday, October 28, 2015  in the Glen D. Johnson Student Union 2nd Floor Auditorium, the Office of Freshman Programs will host the Top Ten Freshmen Awards ceremony.  The event will begin at 3:30pm with a reception to follow at approximately 4:30pm.   The recipients from the 2014-2015 class are: Luana Antuono-Math Education Taylor Barrick-Biology Alissa Benson-Occupational Safety…

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Bison Bargle

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Bison Bargle

  By Stephen Comes   On May 25, 1787, fifty-five men gathered in a small, but stately, courthouse in Philadelphia to revise the Articles of Confederation. After seventeen grueling weeks of debates, heated by tempers and a regional heatwave, thirty-nine members signed their creation, the United States Constitution.   Constitution Day, September 17, commemorates the…

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Durant Weekend Event: Bryan County Fair

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Durant Weekend Event: Bryan County Fair

The Bryan County Fair is going on this weekend, Friday, Sept. 11 – Saturday, Sept. 12. The fair is open to the public and provides fun for all ages. There is sure to be something entertaining for everyone. The fair is located at the Bryan County Fair grounds on South 9th street, going towards Choctaw…

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Art Walk

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Art Walk

By Barbara Bullard     On the first Saturday of every month, the Art Walk can be found. Along Main Street, reaching from 4th Street to almost 1st Street. But, as the name suggests, you may have to get out of your car and head to the sidewalk to truly see it.   The Walk…

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