The Southeastern student newspaper is published as a teaching tool for students in the Department of Art, Communication and Theatre. Opinions expressed in The Southeastern do not necessarily represent those of the student body, faculty, staff or administration of SE, nor do they reflect the policies or beliefs of the university, the Student Government Association, the Board of Regents of Oklahoma Colleges or other regional universities. The Southeastern is a student publication with an independent voice, not an official medium or expression of the Board of Regents or regional universities. All sides of all issues are welcome.
Everything on the Opinion Page is opinion-based and not to be confused with news, feature or sports pages, where objectivity is the ultimate goal. This page is reserved entirely for opinion.
Alex Lehr, Staff Writer Thankfulness is a divine treat. It reminds you that you are still human, and that this world is still a family. And I don’t care how cliché or corny that sentence sounds: eat your darn corn … Continue reading →
Marliss Allen, Contributing Writer College. Full of late nights, early mornings, and not much sleep. When and where do students do most of their studying? The Henry G. Bennett Memorial Library is open on the weekdays from 7:30 A.M. until … Continue reading →
Rachael Watson, Staff Writer The dictionary describes a first responder as, “a person who is among those responsible for going immediately to the scene of an accident or emergency to provide assistance,” and it is correct. First responders are people … Continue reading →
Spencer Weddle, Staff Writer This is time of year where most people sit down sip on a Pumpkin Spice Latte, and reflect on what they’re thankful for. There are several things I’m thankful for family, friends, health, the fact Here … Continue reading →
Tina Farquain, News Editor During the holidays students return home and distant relatives surface, but for many families in America, and in Bryan County, loved ones do not get to return home. The reason being is because they are American … Continue reading →
Molly Raley, Managing Editor Something that I know about is being broke. I understand being a student and working as much as possible is something that almost every college student can relate to. With the holidays right around the corner, … Continue reading →
Justice Graham, Contributing Writer As I go through my every day life, bogged down with the mundane routine of work, class, and extracurricular activities. With the everyday concerns of food, money and a social life, I truly forget how to … Continue reading →
Tina Farquain, News Editor Friendsgiving is a relatively new term. According to the Urban Dictionary, it is the celebration of Thanksgiving dinner with your friends. College is the place, people say, where you make some of your best life-long friends. … Continue reading →
Madison Thames, Staff Writer Over the course of history many laws have been implemented to attempt to stop human trafficking in the United States. While the problem of modern-day slavery is not improving, we speculate on if the government is … Continue reading →
Molly Raley, Managing Editor With elections right around the corner, it is important for voters to understand the importance of the voting process. Being a registered voter, means being a part of something bigger and better than oneself. It is … Continue reading →