Student Government Association Meeting

The Student Government Association met Monday, April 3, at 5:09 p.m. to discuss the SGA general election and the Food Pantry of Southeastern.   Online voting for SGA president, vice president, chief justice, and senate is available from April 3 at 8a.m. until Wednesday, April 5 at 4:30p.m.   President candidate Caleb Kerstens said, “I’m […]

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Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics, Oh My! Senate Bill 225 Favorably Amended

Thursday, April 27, Senate Bill 225 was favorably amended due to no objections and all green cards in the Hainkel Room. Senate Bill 225 involves support of STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) in Louisiana. This Isn’t a Robot video was used to open the meeting and introduce committee and attendees to STEM. The video […]

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One Louisiana

 One Louisiana is a free event on Saturday, April 29 from 10am until 6pm at the Southeastern Louisiana University Center. You can register online to save your seats or volunteer.  We are not created to point fingers; we are not created to hate- we are created to love. One Louisiana is an event for all […]

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CAB Movie Night

The Campus Activities Board provided a free film on Wednesday, Feb. 1, in the Student Union Theater at Southeastern Louisiana University. “Moana“, an adventurous fantasy. This event takes place on Tuesday and Wednesday every other week, with a different film aired bi-weekly. “Last night (Jan. 31) was really good; we had a really good turn out..about […]

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Evolutionary trees

Phylogeny is the evolutionary history of a type of organism. Dr. Crother, professor of biological sciences at Southeastern, referred to phylogenies as evolutionary trees. “You look at family trees the same way, but you can also do genetics of life. How are all species of dogs related and how are they related to bears, fish, lizards […]

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Do not disturb the salamanders

A sign on a rotting log in a Florida Parish forest read, “Do not disturb.” What was hidden under this insect infected log did not want to be disturbed. What was hiding, was a monogamous pair of salamanders. “The easiest way to find a salamander is to roll over an old rotting log. If there’s two […]

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