Farewell, seniors

Now that the semester is coming to an end, many seniors at Southeastern are graduating and starting a new chapter in their lives. While some students are getting prepared for grad school, others are moving and venturing out in search of career opportunities. Adonica Reed, majoring in Kinesiology, will be attending grad school in the
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A cherished home

Since the winter time is here, so is the cold weather. While families crank up the heater, Hayes Lange lights the fireplace. Lange, resident of Lacombe, says that he does things differently than most families. Hayes and his wife Eura have been living in the same house he built in 1975. He has had many
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Is Work Study For You?

Attending college and having a job can always be stressful. Long hours in class and long hours of work can sometimes take a toll on academics. That is why many colleges and universities offer work study. Work study has become very effecent in allowing students to earn money by working part time as a student
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Remembering Our Loved Ones on All Saint’s Day

Throughout the years remembering loved ones or someone lost is very difficult. In the Roman Catholic community, one day is dedicated for Catholics to remember those people and show condolences,  All Saint’s Day. All Saint’s Day is held on 1st of Nov. every year and it is used to represent all saints, either known or
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Louisiana Gubernatorial Debate 2015

As known on Oct. 24, 2015 there will be a Louisiana Gubernatorial Election. The candidates are Republicans David Vitter, Scott Angelle, Jay Dardenne and Democrat John Bel Edwards. On Thurs, Oct. 22 a few of Southeastern’s communication majors participated in a mock forum about what candidate they wanted to vote for and what each of
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Road To Recovery

              Photos by Joshua Palmer Sitting inside a small yet cozy mobile home, Joshua Palmer sat and talked about what he experienced during the rough time of Hurricane Katrina. Joshua Palmer has been a resident of Lacombe since 1989. He made his living as a crane operator and also an
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