“THE UGLY DUCKLING” FLIES ONTO SOUTHEASTERN’S STAGE DURANT, OK- Theatre at Southeastern and the American Association of University Women are proud to present a new and unique adaptation of the timeless Hans Christian Anderson tale, “The Ugly Duckling.” SE … Continue reading
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Southeastern has a rich history that is being celebrated on March 6, the birthday of the university. Founders’ Day is a new event on campus that has been observed since 2013. This day is meant for celebrating the founding of … Continue reading
DURANT, Oklahoma- Jan. 31, 2015- The Southeastern Oklahoma State University English, Humanities and Languages department wants students and alumni to remember that March 3, 2015 is the deadline for Green Eggs and Hamlet submissions for the 2015 publication.
The publication will celebrate its 24 anniversary at SE this year, compiling short stories, poems, chapter excerpts, digital drawings, photographs, traditional drawings and more from both students and alumni. All majors are welcome and encouraged to submit their work for the publication.
“I really want to see the numbers of submissions soar this year,” said Green Eggs and Hamlet editor in chief Alex Lehr. “This is the single greatest opportunity to publish your work at Southeastern in a free, easily acceptable and creative way. I want to see what you students can come up with. That is the adventure of writing and art: the limits do not exist.”
Green Eggs and Hamlet is overseen by a variety of departments, notably Associate Professor Jack Ousey and Chair of English, Humanities and Languages Randy Prus.
Ousey has incorporated an academic opportunity into his classes at the Visual Arts building this semester, assigning students the chance to design a cover for the 2015 publication, the best of which will be used.
Submissions can be sent to email@example.com, whether it be writing or an art work. Following the March 3 deadline, the Green Eggs and Hamlet staff will compile the submissions, rate them accordingly and work to have the 2015 publication free to the hands of SE staff, students and faculty by the end of the semester.
Do not miss your chance to give your imagination another home. Submit to Green Eggs and Hamlet today.
“Your submissions need to be experienced,” said Lehr. “They deserve an audience.”
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