News from Around Southeastern Louisiana University
During his press conference on April 27, Gov. John Bel Edwards issued an order to amend the statewide mask mandate, allowing local governments to decide if they want to dismiss or enforce the mask requirements. With the vaccination being available and the most effective method of use in the fight against COVID, Edwards feels lifting
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by: Brendan Adams Tyler Tschannen, an up-and-coming music producer, is making his sound known around the music industry. Tyler Tschannen, known professionally as Tyler Klein, is a 20-year-old from Covington, La. who originally started out as a rapper in his senior year of high school. He started making his own rap music and putting it
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Two art pieces totaling $150,000 have been installed in the Computer Science and Technology Building. One, a glass sculpture created by Minnesota-based artist Alexander Tylevich, was installed in March. The other, a hallway piece installed by Minnesota team Amy Baur and Bryan Boldon, was installed in mid-April. The installation of both pieces concludes a more
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When Southeastern’s campus closed last spring, the Food Pantry in McGehee Hall Room 109 went with it, shifting the food distribution responsibilities from Multicultural and International Student Affairs to the Southeastern Wesley Foundation. The pantry has been up and running on campus again for the 2020-2021 academic year with increased health and safety protocols as
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The Covington High School graduation ceremony is once again taking place at Jack Salter Stadium on April 30. It marks the second consecutive year that the ceremony will be at the high school rather than the traditional Southeastern setting due to COVID restrictions. Kenneth Schneck, the wrestling coach and a teacher at CHS, said, “Due
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By: Brendan Adams The amount of buyers in real estate is increasing as interest rates are decreasing. Real estate interest rates have decreased, which is causing both buyers and sellers to be active in the recent months. It is becoming busy for both sides because the low interest is leading to many people wanting to
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