Fundraiser for St. Jude coordinated by Social Work club and Chili’s

Southeastern Social Work Club and Chili’s Restaurant are raising money for St. Jude Children Hospital.  You can give to your heart’s content in White Hall room 114 from Monday, September 24, until November 28, 2012. This donation is open to the public by simply collecting can tabs.  If you’re going to be dining at Chili’s
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The MVMNT

Hammond, LA -Southeastern Louisiana University offers academic courses in many fields of interest to students. Fortunately, the students of the university provide extracurricular activities outside of the classroom. The activities vary from intramural sports to foreign language clubs to religious and spiritual groups. The MVMNT is a new student religious organization on campus this semester.
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Printed edition of newspapers still in demand for locals

Locals still feel the printed paper is relevant in this age of technology after The Times-Picayune made the decision to move its production to three days-a-week. Robert McClendon, an occasional reader, believes the printed newspapers are still relevant. “I think that a town the size of New Orleans should have a daily newspaper,” he said. “It’s a
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Southeastern Lions Muse

Kaleb Muse can be described as many things: sophomore industrial technology major and starting linebacker for the Southeastern Lions football team, just to name a few.  It is one thing to juggle all those titles, but for Kaleb Muse, he excels at them as well. Born in Hammond, he attended Ponchatoula High School where he
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Times-Picayune fights Advocate daily despite cutbacks

The Times Picayune and the Baton Rouge Advocate papers are finally coming head-to-head, and presenting their options for what they believe will better the news media here in southeast Louisiana. In May, the Times-Picayune announced that they would be scaling back print production to only three days a week, versus their current daily seven, in
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