Students pray success for new Pope Francis

Southeastern students are excited and thankful for the election of Pope Francis of the Roman Catholic Church from Argentina. “I think it’s awesome that someone from the new world was chosen,” said sophomore Savanna Balado. “I think people are really … Continue reading

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Improving campus life for the commuter

For many Southeastern students commuting to school can be both challenging and beneficial. From parking, to eating, to attending class, commuter students face daily obstacles they must overcome to reach academic success on campus. Southeastern students tell what obstacles they … Continue reading

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Renee’ Picou crowned Miss Southeastern 2013

Hammond, LA—The new Miss Southeastern 2013 was crowned Saturday night in the Pottle Music Building Auditorium on Southeastern’s campus. Renee’ Picou of Livingston, LA was crowned by her predecessor, Jennifer Jarreau. As the pageant winner, Picou, a sophomore at Southeastern, will be … Continue reading

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The “Hook Up” culture on college campuses

Rushon: So Lysti, can I ask you a hypothetical question? Have you ever had a man wait seven weeks to “hit that”? Nikki: What’re you asking HER for? She never made a man wait thirty minutes. Bunz: (sniff sniff) Do … Continue reading

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41st Annual Strawberry Festival

Ponchatoula]-This year has brought on the 41st annual Ponchatoula Strawberry Festival and as usual, there was a tremendous amount of people who attended the three-day festival. There were rides, booths, and live entertainment. Families and friends had a chance to … Continue reading

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Students offer advice for surviving finals

HAMMOND- Finals week has arrived. Southeastern students are preparing for the last week of the semester which, as always, is filled with final exams. It takes more than studying to escape finals week unscathed. Students all have their own approaches … Continue reading

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