New hangout spot for the youth of Mandeville

This is the entrance to Open World Video Game Cafe in Mandeville Photo taken by Lee Balius [Mandeville]- A new place for youth to hang out with friends and play video games has arrived in the city of Mandeville. Open World Video Game Cafe, located at 2355 Florida St, is a place that offers a
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Career fair helps students learn about employment

Over 130 local and national employers came to campus to look for Southeastern students interested in filling their available job positions at the Career Fair held on  Sept.19, 2013 at the Pennington Student Activity Center. Students such as Shelby Haws not only went to career fair to look at potential job opportunities, but also to
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Store brings comic books back to Hammond

Owner of Wyatt’s Comics and Cards Wyatt Higginbotham checking out a purchase for a customer. Picture taken by Lee Balius  Southeastern students and Hammond residents who like comic books and card games, such as Magic the Gathering, should check out Wyatt’s Comics and Cards located at 14203 West University Drive in Hammond, La. The store has
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Alternative to traditional classes called “convenient”

[Hammond]- Online classes at Southeastern can be an alternative option for students who do not want to go to class two or three days a week. Online classes can be beneficial for students because they have the convenience of taking the class at their home. Are online classes as good as taking a traditional class
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Go from women to business women

The Women Mean Business Conference will be hosted at Southeastern on Thursday, March 14 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m in the Twelve Oaks Reception Hall. The conference is sponsored by the university’s Louisiana Small Business Development Center (LSBDC) and the Tangipahoa Professional Women organization. Sandy Summers, the assistant director of LSBDC, said this of
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