Growing the game another year

[HAMMOND] – On Tuesday, Nov. 21, the Southeastern Men’s Lacrosse Club held their second fundraiser event, the “Gobble Wobble,” at Walk-On’s in Covington. The club is going into its second season with major changes and hefty dues, making this event an important one to start the spring off right. On top of a new and […]

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Developed with care: Mary Bird Perkins Cancer Center

As Louisiana’s leading cancer care organization, Mary Bird Perkins Cancer Center’s dedicated team of development employees work together day in and day out to spread awareness, promote fundraisers and ultimately, give back to those suffering with cancer in Louisiana. MBPCC is a non-profit with a mission to to improve survivorship and lessen the burden of […]

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The senior thesis: A communication major’s rite of passage

Every semester, communication seniors receive their cap and gown, finish their degree requirements and take part in the most daunting, yet rewarding of all: complete and defend their senior thesis, a rite of passage for Southeastern communication graduates. As one of the only undergraduate majors with a research thesis requirement, students in the Department of […]

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Local artist AMELIA serves

While it’s no surprise New Orleans is a hub for all things music, rising talent Amelia Pierce serves up her piece of the city in her debut EP, Served. The 21-year-old creative released her music to the public on Oct. 13. With four songs including a head banger and a personal ballad, Pierce is quickly […]

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For Colored Girls: A director’s journey

With the semester in full swing, Southeastern’s theatre department is busy casting, rehearsing and performing. Its latest play, For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When the Rainbow is Enuf, is both moving and the first of its kind—with director Sarah Balli making the waves. Balli, a 22-year-old graduating art major is both an advocate […]

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Finding happiness in a concrete jungle

The collegiate experience for most involves a mix of classes, friendships and study sessions, and maybe a spring break vacation or two. While this culture of college is exciting for some, there are others that want something a little different. Molly Chaiban, a 20-year-old Louisiana native, is one of those students. Chaiban traded her textbooks […]

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