New Gambling Bill Considered by Legislature

Fantasy sports gambling may be coming to Louisiana after the November vote. The bill proposes the opportunity to a legalize and regulate fantasy sports that will be voted on by individual parishes during the November elections. The bill is authored by Representative Talbot who proposes the Fantasy Sports Contests Act. Representative Talbot said, “[I] want […]

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Germany’s Army examined during World War II.

The legacy of the German army during World War II is that of brutality and bloodshed. The German army failed to protect their home while trying to conquer Europe and the legacy of their army during World War II is ultimately failure. Professor Paul Wilson of Nicholls State University delivered a lecture entitled “Perspectives on […]

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Japanese Internment Held in Camp Livingston

The United States of America’s response to the attack on Pearl Harbor was to force interment on Japanese-American citizens. The internment camp in Louisiana was named Camp Livingston and was located in Alexandria. February 27, at 11:00 a.m. Southeastern Louisiana University Dr. Samantha Perez discussed Japanese Interment in Camp Livingston, Louisiana as a part of […]

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Humans of Southeastern: Allison Graray Contreras

Allison Graray Contreras has traveled to six countries before she became 20 years old by working 40 hour weeks and living out of a backpack. Contreras was born in Honduras and then moved to Louisiana when she was six years old. Contreras traveled to Spain to visit her family and while there, she is most […]

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Louisiana & World War II

The Louisiana and World War II lecture series continues for the spring semester at Southeastern Louisiana University. The series began in fall 2017 and the spring season of the series began on Feb 6 with a lecture about Black History Month discussed with Professor Marcus Cox of Xavier University. The series will continue through the […]

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