Spotlight on Southeastern’s Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Club

“It’s like playing chess with your body” says Taylor Starkey, former president of the Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Club, says to describe this organization. The BJJ Club at Southeastern Louisiana University focuses on practicing and perfecting the martial art and combat sport of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. This form of self-defense is geared towards overpowering one’s opponent through technique
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Roomie says NO MORE

The Office of Student Conduct on Southeastern’s campus took advantage of domestic violence awareness month by teaming up with NO MORE to take a stance against domestic violence and sexual assault. NO MORE is a campaign that raises awareness for domestic violence and sexual assault. Started in 2013 by a coalition of leading advocacy groups, service producers,
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Do not disturb the salamanders

A sign on a rotting log in a Florida Parish forest read, “Do not disturb.” What was hidden under this insect infected log did not want to be disturbed. What was hiding, was a monogamous pair of salamanders. “The easiest way to find a salamander is to roll over an old rotting log. If there’s two
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SLU’s Physical Plant and Sustainability Department planning big Earth Day event

Southeastern’s Physical Plant and Sustainability Department are hosting an Earth Day event for local high schools on April 22, 2016 at Southeastern’s Sustainability Center. Earth Day is the anniversary of the modern environmental movement. It is a day that people and communities come together to support and protect the environment. Director of Physical Plant Byron
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The Southeastern Sustainability Society needs new members

The Southeastern Sustainability Society is looking for Southeastern students and staff advisors who have an interest in sustainable consumption practices and would like to contribute their own visionary efforts to Southeastern’s going green initiative. This 2015 fall semester, the Southeastern Sustainability Society has yet to confirm that it’s an official Southeastern student organization to the Office of
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