The Louisiana and World War II lecture series continues for the spring semester at Southeastern Louisiana University. The series began in fall 2017 and the spring season of the series began on Feb 6 with a lecture about Black History Month discussed with Professor Marcus Cox of Xavier University. The series will continue through the […]
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=61h0xSCe9yE Hammond – Traveling back in time has been an elusive and unrealized dream for many scientists and other history enthusiast throughout the world; however, the Renaissance Festival has made traveling back in time convenient, fun, and exciting. Hammond, La is proud to be one of 140 places hosting the Renaissance Festival, thanks to Rick […]
Edinburgh, Scotland. It is a land known for castles, warrior clans, kilts, bagpipes and haggis. Though usually overshadowed by its larger neighbor to the south, Scotland has a rich and unique history and culture all its own. Edinburgh’s natural and architectural beauty is breathtaking. Tall cliffs, huge rolling hills, volcanoes, brown stone castles, churches and […]
The president-elect of the Student Government Association takes a seat at a coffee shop on Southeastern Louisiana University’s campus. He looks like every other college student in the vicinity — wind-blown hair, casual shorts, a polo and boat shoes. A smile spans his face as he opens his mouth to talk about his new position, but he gets distracted.
Dr. Bill Robinson delivered his annual Halloween lecture on Friday Oct. 29 in the Pottle Auditorium on Southeastern Louisiana University’s campus. This year, he focused on the terrorist plot to blow of England’s Parliament in 1605 and how terrorism is not something new to society. Robinson, a history professor and department head of history and […]