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Hoverboards Temporary Ban

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Hoverboards Temporary Ban

By Spencer Weddle Some students may have noticed the email that announced the temporary ban on hoverboards on campus due to safety concerns. SE isn’t the only university to be doing so.   The ban has come from the Oklahoma State Region of Higher Education, thus all universities in Oklahoma have been affected by this…

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SE Health Programs

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SE Health Programs

By Spencer Weddle SE has begun to put an effort on the health of its students. SE is offering a number health programs. There is the Commit to Fit competition that is returning this semester, various exercise classes and healthier options in the cafeteria.   Living healthier has a number of benefits besides just being…

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Math Club

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Math Club

By Bri Wilson   Do you like working long math problems? It’s okay if you don’t want to admit it, even if you want to be honest and say you hate it, there might be a club that will interest you.   Math Club meets once a month, and it is not just for math…

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Protect Your Pet From Poisoning

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Protect Your Pet From Poisoning

By Ali Marts A few weeks ago, Alex Baker came home to discover that his beloved family pet was poisoned. Dudley; a miniature schnauzer, was vomiting and had the inability to stand. Baker took Dudley to the Durant Animal Hospital on 9th street. Within 3 days Dudley had passed away as a result of the…

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Thunder Alley

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Thunder Alley

Video By Jorge Martinez and Ivy Phelps Thunder Alley By Ali Marts   Thunder Alley is a place where all college students are welcomed. Thunder Alley is hosted at First Christian Church on the corner of 3rd and Beach St. in Durant, Oklahoma, located next to Durant’s old public library building.   Thunder Alley is…

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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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