On an ordinary day, on an ordinary campus, Fred Minor and Jamon Kelson attend class, speak to their friends and work on homework. Both from the east side of New Orleans, Minor and Kelson themselves are not old friends. The bond between them is professional. Although, they go about their ordinary days like normal college […]
New “Point of View” radio talk-show host Miranda Fleig intends to deepen the show’s conversation by incorporating more discussion about common issues affecting Hammond locals. “Point of View” is the longest running talk show on KSLU. ” The show focuses on people, events and issues in the Hammond area. After taking over in January, Fleig now hopes […]
From a child listening to the radio, with dreams of becoming a radio personality, Amairi Cordova is the guy who has turned his dreams into reality. Cordova had to overcome many health obstacles with asthma throughout his childhood. “I stayed sick a lot, in and out of the hospital” said Cordova Cordova stated his past health […]
The Southeastern annual Earth Day Celebration educated students on how to live green. Local companies set up booths to educate students about Earth Day and environmentally safe products. Shaklee Corporations had a booth displaying Shaklee cleaning products and information on other Shaklee products. “Shaklee vitamins are the only vitamins I have ever taken and feel […]
Southeastern walked away with third-place overall honors in the Journalism Championships at the 2011 Southeast Journalism Conference hosted by Troy University.
The Press Club has announced the results of the third annual Best of Southeastern journalism competition, in which twelve communication students and five communication organizations placed in nineteen individual categories. The Best of Southeastern competition is the Southeastern Louisiana University Department of Languages and Communication and the Press Club’s qualifying competition for the Southeast Journalism […]