Senior communication students present for the last time as undergraduates

The Fall 2015 graduating class of communication majors is one step closer to their commencement ceremony. On Friday Dec 4, the seniors gave their presentations of their senior thesis papers at the Communication Colloquium. At the colloquium the seniors presented their research and results to their teachers, peers, parents and friends. After all the presentations,
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Phi Mu dodges dodge balls for Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals

Southeastern’s Phi Mu chapter, Alpha Psi, held their 10th annual dodgeball tournament, “Phi Mu Phace Off” on Nov. 15th at the Pennington Center on campus. The event has been the sorority’s biggest philanthropy event they hold each year. This year they raised over $10,000 for Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals. The winning team was formed under
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Walker Pine Tree Festival crowns their new queen

The Pine Tree Festival of Walker crowned their new queen for the 2016 festival at Walker Freshman High School. Mallorie Sanders, a sophomore at Southeastern and native of Livingston walked away with the crown after competing against three other girls for the title. In addition of walking away with the title, Sanders was also awarded photogenic,
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Students pie Phi Mus to raise money for Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals

Every fall semester during Homecoming week, the ladies of Phi Mu get messy at Gumbo YaYa to raise money for their philanthropy, Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals. The fraternity’s booth, “Pie-A-Phi”, offers the students of Southeastern the chance to donate $1 and pie any Phi Mu of their choice in the face with a pan filled
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Bel in the Boot: John Bel Edwards’ Plans for Higher Education

As members of Southeastern Louisiana University, we endorse John Bel Edwards as the best candidate to serve as the governor of Louisiana.  His promises for the higher education program and his stance on Common Core are aligned with the hopes we have for our community.  John Bel Edwards is the major Democratic candidate for governor
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Newly crowned Miss Livingston Parish Fair Queen

The Livingston Parish Fair crowned their new Miss Livingston Parish Fair Queen on Oct. 10 in the Green Barn. Mackenzie Johnson, a native of Livingston, said she had her lifetime dream of representing her local fair come true. The outgoing queen, Mallorie Sanders crowned the 21-year-old beautician from Hello Gorgeous Salon. Sanders spent her year traveling
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