Students discover necessities for job hunting

Southeastern students learned about job hunting and The Office of Career Services at Adulting 101 on May 1.   Blake Thomas, career and employment specialist at Southeastern’s Office of Career Services, taught about building resumes, job searching, career readiness competencies, and interview preparations. Thomas also informed students about the Office of Career Services’ resources.  
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Germany’s Army examined during World War II.

The legacy of the German army during World War II is that of brutality and bloodshed. The German army failed to protect their home while trying to conquer Europe and the legacy of their army during World War II is ultimately failure. Professor Paul Wilson of Nicholls State University delivered a lecture entitled “Perspectives on
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Japanese Internment Held in Camp Livingston

The United States of America’s response to the attack on Pearl Harbor was to force interment on Japanese-American citizens. The internment camp in Louisiana was named Camp Livingston and was located in Alexandria. February 27, at 11:00 a.m. Southeastern Louisiana University Dr. Samantha Perez discussed Japanese Interment in Camp Livingston, Louisiana as a part of
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