Students react to the change in the Lion Traxx route

http://youtu.be/5wkxqGtAY-U As the Fall semester heads into full swing, students are still getting used to the change in the Lion Traxx shuttle route. In the 2013 Spring Semester the Lion Traxx changed their route, replacing the stop near Friendship circle to one near Pursley Hall. The change took place due to the high traffic nature
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Bra La Vie wins prestigious national award

Andrea Kopfler, owner of Bra La Vie,  accepted the award for Most European Flair at the Best of Intima gala in New York City on Aug.3, putting Bra La Vie among the top five lingerie shops in the nation. Kopfler said, “It is such an honor. The Intima awards are like the Grammies of lingerie.”
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Symbol for the University standing the test of time

As the 10th year of football’s return to Strawberry Stadium approaches, the stadium continues to be a symbol for Southeastern. Larry Hymel, the Alumni Association’s Athletic Coordinator, feels that the stadium provides a special service to the campus. “Strawberry Stadium is an important focal point for the university located in the heart of campus,” said
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Celebrating diversity on campus

[Hammond, La.] Walking across campus, students will see students not only of similar skin color, but also of different races, ethnicities, genders and backgrounds. Nearly a third of the 2012 undergraduate students are of another race than white, and 15.3 percent of them are Black or African American. “We have more of an opportunity to
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