Being “Real World Ready” with The Disney College Program

Both the Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando, Florida and the Disneyland Resort in Anaheim, California provide students with the opportunity to earn college credit, gain valuable knowledge, and achieve their childhood dreams through the Disney College Program: A national internship operated by The Walt Disney Company. The program first began in 1981, and since
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Firsts and First Downs from the John A. Chauvin Press Box

One of the most heartwarming parts of watching a Southeastern football game in Strawberry Stadium is hearing, “that’s another lion.. FIRST DOWN.” Our current announcer, Mr. Paul Girard, comes to the fans live from the John A. Chauvin Press Box. The renovated press box was officially dedicated to the late John A. Chauvin on May
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Disney College Program: Making Magic Since 1981

  The chance to work and live in Disney may seem like a fairy tale dream, but for some, this dream has become a reality. In 1981, Disney Parks and Resorts established a program to give college students the opportunity to live, learn, and earn, most commonly known as the Disney College Program. The Disney
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How Two Departments Became One

It has been seven years since the Department of Languages and Communication became a dual department. Beginning in 1925, Southeastern Louisiana University was just a two-year co-educational institution that offered basic courses in arts and sciences. It has evolved into a university that offers a premier foreign language and communication program. It was not until
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The Continued Build of PRSSA

  The Public Relations Student Society of America organization at Southeastern Louisiana University has been a tight knit group since it was activated in 2003. With a small selection of communication majors and a concentration in public relations, the past presidents were able to network and expand the group to what it is today. According
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Firefighters continue the fight

The great flood of Baton Rouge overtook everyone but what happened when a fire station is overtaken by it? District 6 Fire Department knows the answer. This department covers 17 square miles and averages almost 2,000 calls a year according to the chief, Joel Hancock. The District 6 Fire Department has two locations. There is
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