Senior communication students present for the last time as undergraduates

The Fall 2015 graduating class of communication majors is one step closer to their commencement ceremony. On Friday Dec 4, the seniors gave their presentations of their senior thesis papers at the Communication Colloquium. At the colloquium the seniors presented their research and results to their teachers, peers, parents and friends. After all the presentations,
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Students pack the cafeteria for late night breakfast

  With finals and studying going on eating a good meal is the last thing on most college students to do list. Students at Southeastern enjoyed a good breakfast Tuesday provided by dining services here on campus. Students and faculty members volunteered their time to help assist in serving breakfast. Earl Thomas a student and
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Taking an extra lap to the finish line

The Commencement Ceremony is in reach for graduating senior, Maya Holland. This past Friday, December 4, Holland completed her presentation of her Senior Thesis as her final step to complete an undergraduate degree in Communication. Holland did not start out at Southeastern and her journey to graduation was longer than anticipated. She started college at
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Lions already eyeing redemption

The Southeastern Lions football team had been back to back champions of the Southland Conference in both 2013 and 2014. This past season, the Lions faced the daunting task of winning a third straight title. It was a tough year for the Lions as they were unable to to capture that elusive championship and went
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The best of the best

Hailey Lange was awarded the Best Senior Thesis award from the Languages and Communication Department at the Fall Colloquium on Friday, Dec. 4. Hailey’s paper was entitled, “Headline: ‘Thugs Terrorize Baltimore after Gray’s Death!’” Hailey looked at framing techniques of three major television networks. She wanted to determine whether or not news coverage of the
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SGA Stress Less Breakfast

SGA offers biscuits to assist busy students

Southeastern’s Student Government Association gave away free breakfast and exam supplies to students walking through the Student Union Mall Tuesday morning. SGA holds this event, Stress Less Breakfast, every semester during exams week. Members of the organization distribute biscuits and exam supplies such as various Scantron forms, Blue Book test booklets and pencils. “We give
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