By Apryl Mock Managing Editor Rape. Just the word is enough to make the skin crawl. However female victims are commonly accused of lying, bringing it upon themselves or confusing bad sex with sexual assault. It’s a phenomenon known as … Continue reading
By Taylor Donaldson Contributing Writer I’ve heard more opinions about Southeastern’s new mascot than I have about Miley Cyrus’ ability to twerk. We all have our opinions about Southeastern’s new mascot, even though most of the 300 at the mascot … Continue reading
Sex trafficking, hunger and poverty. These are issues that many of the children in America and all over the world face on a daily basis. Though these problems may seem unconquerable, you can create change, like the SE Chorale. They … Continue reading
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Students were given a piece of paper with the words “I am.” They were asked to write down a word or phrase that described their personality, then strike any pose they wanted. Staff Photos by Apryl Mock
Of all the overworked and underappreciated organizations at SE, the Student Government Association probably receives the greatest amount of criticism. SGA is constantly catching flack. Each year, students complain about homecoming and blame its faults on SGA. It is often … Continue reading
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Photos by Mellisa Haworth-Cox Yearbook Editor
By Molly Raley Staff Writer The majority of students has taken or is going to take an online class before their college career is over. For me, this has been something that I was trying, with all my might, to … Continue reading
By Nicole Diseker Staff Writer In the biblical story of Moses, God brought 10 plagues upon the city of Egypt. First there was bloody water, then frogs, gnats, lice, flies… and it just gets worse from there. This is the … Continue reading