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“So, like, I don’t have to write a super long paper anymore in 498?!” This question has tumbled out of the mouths of Comm Lions for the past year. The prospect of the department no longer requiring the formidable senior thesis has rattled DVIC occupants more than the latest Kardashian scandal. With Priority Registration Week
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The Hammond Square expansion brought new shops, restaurants and job opportunities to the surrounding community. Expansion Benefits Hammond Square mall will gain new stores that include Homegoods, Petsmart, Michael’s Arts and Crafts, Five Below and three new unnamed restaurants explained Grady Brame executive vice president of Stirling Properties. “Previously, our local shoppers had to go
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Southeastern’s Dean of Students, Dr. Gabe Willis, has used his Twitter and Instagram following to promote a sense of school unity among students and to create a direct line from himself to all students. Dr. Willis repurposed his Twitter and Instagram accounts when he became the Interim Dean of Students in August of 2018 and
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By: LaTonya Simon The Office of Student Services is hosting its annual Career Fair on Thursday, Sept. 19th from 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. in the Pennington Center. There are over 160 corporations that have registered for the event. It is open to all of Southeastern’s students, faculty and alumni. This is an opportunity for
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by: LaTonya Simon Barbara Owens began her journey on becoming a minimalist four years ago. It all started with the Louisiana flooding in 2016. Anxious and overwhelmed with repairing and moving, Owens began thinking of ways she could make things simpler for herself and her family. Overcoming the painful reality of all they lost was
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After Tragic Loss Of Former Principle, St. Helena Hawks Defeat Broadmoor Buccaneers 30-7 by: LaTonya Simon
The fans of St. Helena College and Career Academy are celebrating today because of the team victory over the East Baton Rouge Parish’s Broadmoor Buccaneers. After a devastating loss last month of the high school’s former principal, the Hawks football team came prepared to win. Hundreds of St. Helena Hawks fans came out to support
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