All Hail the Tangi Queen

On October 7, Southeastern freshman Heidi Carrier will relinquish her title as the Tangipahoa Parish Fair Queen as the Tangipahoa Parish Fair returns for its 129th celebration as the oldest fair in the state of Louisiana. Carrier’s festival pageant career began whenever she was just six weeks old. Not so coincidentally, she captured her first
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The Students of Southeastern React to the New Promise

Southeastern Louisiana University recently announced a promise that will help incoming freshman save money. On Apr. 18, Southeastern’s President John Crain introduced the Southeastern Promise. All incoming freshmen starting in the summer and fall will receive a freeze on their tuition and fees regardless of the legislative order. Many students have mixed feelings about the promise and everything
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CAB Plans to Make the 2018 Strawberry Jubilee the Best Yet

  Nick Elliot, Campus Activities Board Coordinator, hopes to raise the number of students attending the Strawberry Jubilee from around 2,000 to 3,000 students for the 2018 Strawberry Jubilee.  However, boosting attendance at the jubilee is not an easy task. Advertising was the main struggle this year. The board was not allowed to put flyers in
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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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Senator Encourages STEM Programs in Schools

On Thursday, April 27, the Louisiana senators of the Education Committee discussed plans to form a Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics council in Louisiana school systems that will create different STEM programs across Louisiana. The proposed council would consist of 29 members that managed the finances related to the STEM programs, create an high school diploma
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Should STEM Grow in Louisiana?

Senator Hewitt was met with no opposition as she proposed Bill 225, a bill aimed at seeing STEM programs grow and develop in Louisiana. Bill 225 has three main goals. First, the bill will create a Louisiana STEM advisory council. This advisory council will coordinate delivery, increase student interest in STEM, and increase the number
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