Students struggle to make decisions in Election 2012

In what turned out to be a close race for president in 2012, many students found themselves confused prior to Election Day Tuesday on which candidate would best suit them. According to uselectionatlas.org, 49.5 percent of those who turned out to vote this year, voted Democratic while 48.9 percent voted Republican and 1.5 percent voted […]

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Project Sole goes second year strong

It’s been over a year since the inception of Project Sole on Southeastern’s campus and it shows no sign of stopping as more and more students gain awareness. Marketing major Blaine Rivers began the project single-handedly after working in a shoe store made him realize just how many pairs he owned. Rivers has spread the […]

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Braithwaite family still struggling to dispel damage

It’s been three weeks since Hurricane Isaac made landfall in southeast Louisiana, and the journey to clear the wreckage is still ongoing at the Flaming household. The Flamings have only resided in their Braithwaite Park home for a year and a half in southern Plaquemines Parish. Tammy Flaming says she knew when they arrived that […]

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Times-Picayune fights Advocate daily despite cutbacks

The Times Picayune and the Baton Rouge Advocate papers are finally coming head-to-head, and presenting their options for what they believe will better the news media here in southeast Louisiana. In May, the Times-Picayune announced that they would be scaling back print production to only three days a week, versus their current daily seven, in […]

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Southeastern will host annual Career Fair next week

Hammond, LA – Southeastern Louisiana University will host its annual Career Fair next week on Thursday, September 20. It is  available to all Southeastern students. “I’m not really sure what to expect,” says Nursing Sophomore Catherine Welch. “None of my teachers have really talked about it.” The Office of Career Services advises all students to […]

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State-of-the-art campus proposed by Southeastern’s Master Plan

With construction on campus becoming more and more noticeable at the start of the Fall 2012 semester, many students have come forward with questions of “how can we afford this?” and “who agreed that this was a good idea?” In fact, ongoing construction and previously completed efforts have all been pre-designated and pre-planned since roughly […]

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