Books for Prisoners and Alpha Kappa Delta

LAB2P (Louisiana Books 2 Prisoners) is a non-profit organization working closely with Southeastern’s Sociology Honor Society, Alpha Kappa Delta, to deliver books to Louisiana prisoners. Alpha Kappa Delta held a book drive and petition last week in the student union corridor. The petition is to eliminate the “the three strikes law” which Alpha Kappa Delta […]

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Dogs Help Students De-Stress

Research has shown that dogs have an innate ability to help humans with stress, emotional regulation and can actually lower blood pressure. Owning a dog can be challenging and is usually accompanied by a price tag, but according to a Southeastern UReporter survey many people believe the rewards of dog ownership outweigh the expense. Forty-five […]

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Suicide Prevention Community Walk set for April

Southeastrn Louisiana University is hosting a suicide prevention walk on April 1st at 10 a.m starting at the Pennington Student Activity Center. The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention founded The Out of the Darkness Community Walk. There have been 350 walks organized throughout the U.S. and over 200,000 walkers that have raised money and awareness for suicide and mental […]

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Vegetarians on Campus

College students around the world are suddenly becoming vegetarians and joining the vegan diet.  Southeastern’s campus has some options for them. For vegans  and vegetarians on campus, it’s hard to find food to eat.  Southeastern’s campus dining only offers a handful of food for vegetarians and vegans. Two of the express food places at Southeastern offer delicious […]

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Nutritious Eating

Within the first six months of college freshman gain fifteen pounds, this is called “Freshman 15.” There are many ways students can avoid gaining excessive weight here on Southeastern’s campus.  Martin Balisteri, the General Manager of campus dining says, “You should always watch the portions of food you eat and check the nutrition board located […]

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Young at Heart provides activities for local senior citizens

The Hammond Recreation Center bustles with life and activity, but one special group triumphs with heart. The Young at Heart exercise group, which meets on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 9 a.m., consists of around 40 members ranging in age from their early 70s to early 90s. The group prides itself on nonstrenuous exercise catered […]

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