Senate increases penalties for firearms with obliterated serial numbers.

Persons with firearms that have obliterated serial numbers may be facing harsh penalities. Senate increases penalties for firearms with obliterated serial numbers.  HB4 was reported favorable (14-0) on April 25 and is pending house final passage. Joseph P. Lopinto III is the primary author of the bill. Loptino proposed a change to the present law which
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Southeastern’s fee process

Tyler Rogers, Director of Financial Affairs, explained the fee process at Southeastern. Rogers said, “The process starts with the Budget Oversight Committee recommending a fee increase.” After that, the fee must be approved by the appropriations committee, SGA senate, SGA vice president, SGA president, SGA coordinator, vice president of student affairs, president of the university,
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Ohio school shooting reaches Southeastern’s campus

Is Southeastern’s campus safe from a school shooting? The shooting at Chardon High School on Feb. 27 left three students dead, and two with serious injuries. While Southeastern was not directly affected, the students are speaking out on the tragedy. Emily Lotz, a senior majoring in marketing said, “I am very saddened by what happened
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Southeastern U Reporter Gets Backed by Student Press Law Center

Southern U Reporter speaks with attorney Frank LoMonte on the First Amendment. LoMonte is the executive director of the student press law center, a legal assistance agency that advises high school and college journalists on their legal rights as journalists (splc.org). LoMonte skyped with the class and discussed ways in which executive session is limited,
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Why Southeastern NAACP members do not want a black history month

Southeastern’s NAACP does not want a black history month. The organization is instead striving to educate people on civil rights and ensure a society where all individuals have equal rights regardless of race. This education should not have a time frame. Erica McKnight, a member of the organization, doesn’t understand why black history is limited
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Communication students travel to Tennessee

Southeastern communication students are scheduled to compete in Tennessee. There are 21 students who will head to the University of Tennessee-Martin on Feb. 9, and there are 14 categories to compete in including current events, public relations and multimedia. Dr. Amber Narro, faculty advisor of the Press Club, states that she looks forward to the
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