Impaired Faculties will perform Benefit Concert

[Hammond] On November 5th, Impaired Faculties will be performing a Benefit Concert at the Columbia Theatre here in downtown Hammond. It will be a fundraising event in which all proceeds from ticket sales will go to the Columbia Theatre. Impaired Faculties is a band solely made up of Southeastern University faculty members. They consist of
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A tough Act to follow

SELU Professor James Winter talks about his journey in Theatre. Not many people think about what happens behind the scenes of a theatre production or the long nights of rehearsals in preparation for the next big play at the Vonnie Borden Theatre. Being the producer or director of a play carries a lot of weight
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RAD class being offered on Southeastern’s campus

R.A.D.(Rape Aggression Defense), a program for women to learn skills that can protect them from sexual assault, is now available for registration. Southeastern students and faculty can enroll in the program free of charge. Guests can register with a $25 fee. The twelve hour class, which will take place over a two day weekend, will
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Short film inspired by Lions Confessions to be filmed

The National Broadcast Society(NBS) will begin production on a short film inspired by the popular “Lions Confessions” Facebook group. The script for the film has been completed, and the cast has been finalized after a short audition process. The administrators of Lions Confessions even assisted by posting a casting call for the film on their
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Protecting Southeastern from weapon violence

In the wake of the Umpqua Community College shootings in Oregon, gun violence has stirred up the nation once again. Whether tighter gun laws need to be put in place or a better focus on mental health care has been up to debate for the country.  Everytown, a site focused on gun safety in America,
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Documented crime accessible to students

A survey of several students on Southeastern’s campus outside of D.Vickers Hall shows that many are unaware that the University Police keeps an accessible crime log on their website. “I didn’t know of such a thing. I’ll check it out,” says Jordan Shilling, a marketing major here at Southeastern. This log can be found on
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