Social Media Advantages for Students

In the past 10 years, social media websites have gained popularity and have become a huge part of everyday life for many. According to Statista, 22.9% of the global population is on Facebook. Over the years, it has become common to think that Facebook is considered a distraction from academic focus and students should steer
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Split Support on the Idea of a Greek Fee

The idea of introducing a fee for Greek life into Southeastern’s semesterly fees is greeted with almost equal support and opposition. A survey conducted by Southeastern UReporter staff shows that 52.4 percent of respondents do not believe such a fee would be beneficial or necessary. The 42 respondents ranged from college age students, to adults. Most
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Let’s Get Real: Southeastern’s Library Hosts Fake News Panel

Southeastern’s library hosted a “Fake News” panel in the student union theater on Tuesday during which communication professors and librarians gave students their professional opinion on false news. Communication professors, Joe Burns, Joseph Mirando and Claire Procopio represented the fake news panel. They were joined by Stephen Sanders, an information literacy instructor, and Dayne Sherman
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