Professional Journalists give ethical advice to students at Ethics in Media Symposium

On Wednesday April 17 at 2:30 P.M., the Southeastern Arts & Lectures Committee and the Southeastern Dept. of Languages and Communication held, “Ethics in the Media: A Symposium”.  Three Southeastern Alumni, Danny Heitman of The Advocate, Paul Purpura of The … Continue reading

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Men’s Olympic 2012 Road Race

London, UK- The Buckingham Palace Marching band provided the perfect dose of entertainment while spectators waited for the Olympic 2012 Men’s Road race competitors to arrive. They marched in a tight formation into the middle of the road the cyclists … Continue reading

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SGA issues an official response

[HAMMOND] After a month of various replies given for the allegations of improperly calling an executive sessions, SGA gave an official response on the meeting held on Feb. 13. Luke Halloway, SGA president, made this statement: “‘As you have already … Continue reading

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Jindal’s persona, not politics, wins over students

Hammond – Seeking re-election for a second term as Louisiana Governor, Bobby Jindal just had to kick back and wait to see how large his margin of victory would be. Jindal finished with 65.8 percent of the votes, well past … Continue reading

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Students use a variety of news formats for election coverage

HAMMOND- Today’s news culture provides a variety of information options regarding upcoming national and local elections. As news is becoming more mobile every day, the Internet is becoming the go-to medium for people looking for election coverage. In an informal … Continue reading

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Students welcome fall break

Hammond- Fall break is finally here and most students on campus are more than ready for a break. Southeastern students have off Thursday and Friday classes during a week in the fall, usually the first week in October. The timing … Continue reading

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