Southeastern Louisiana University Presents: Fanfare

Southeastern Louisiana University Fanfare is a 31-day exciting journey into the world of arts, humanities and social sciences. Southeastern has been providing this cultural event to the public of all ages for more than two decades. According to ColumbiaTheater.Org, one of Fanfare’s many goals is to inspire students to incorporate the arts into their lives
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One holiday, two meanings

In the season of jack-o’-lanterns, haunted houses, trick-or-treating and scary movies, many people enjoy Halloween in the traditional manner while others enjoy an alternative. Rev. Matt Rawle of The Well United Methodist Church said that Christians have three options of understanding of secular holidays and the church. The first option is that some Christians have
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Communication Students Gather For Gubernatorial Race

With the upcoming gubernatorial race of Louisiana swiftly approaching, one of the more exciting parts of these races are the debates. In the debates, each of the candidates list reasons why they would be the best option for the citizens to vote for, and also list their plans for helping change the current situation of
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Dr. Joseph Burns’ SLU Radio Show

Rock School is a popular show on Southeastern Louisiana University’s KSLU radio station. Hosted by Dr. Joseph Burns, a professor in the Communications Department, Rock School continues to grow in popularity. Presently syndicated with 16 affiliates in the United States, Canada and Spain, the show consists primarily of classic rock, but frequently includes shows with
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Students pie Phi Mus to raise money for Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals

Every fall semester during Homecoming week, the ladies of Phi Mu get messy at Gumbo YaYa to raise money for their philanthropy, Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals. The fraternity’s booth, “Pie-A-Phi”, offers the students of Southeastern the chance to donate $1 and pie any Phi Mu of their choice in the face with a pan filled
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Southeastern Gospel Choir vice president and director: More than the melodies

    Sitting outside the Student Union building on a sunny day in October, Southeastern Gospel Choir musician and Vice President Russell Holloway talks of the things he enjoys outside of playing gospel music. “Skateboarding along with fast cars and learning about history in general is enjoyable”, said Holloway. Before Holloway began to play gospel
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