BEA and the College Experience

I started college a semester later than most of my peers. I felt like I needed a break between my final year of high school and the start of my college venture. I remember my first day on campus like it was yesterday since it just happened to snow on that day. Class was cancelled
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The Legend of the Myrtles

Louisiana is saturated in mysteries, legends and ghost stories but nothing embodies the true essence of the state’s dark past like The Myrtles Plantation in St. Francisville. A mere glance at The Myrtles Plantation envelops visitors in the serene atmosphere that is a Louisiana gothic day, from ancient oak trees dripping in moss to the
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She Kills Monsters

A rare, comedic play about the exploration of girl geek culture, yes girl, will be coming to life through the talent and expertise of Southeastern Louisiana University students and faculty. She Kills Monsters, written by Qui Nguyen, is an amusing telling of the world of fantasy role-playing games, from a female perspective. The play tells
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Southeastern’s Study Abroad Programs

A huge benefit of studying abroad is building a network and connecting with other people that can help advance one’s future career. Through study abroad students can gain the skills; like, cross cultural communication and language capabilities, necessary to succeed globally in their future career. Study abroad can help a student overcome their own fears
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Adopt Don’t Shop

Every year thousands of animals are left at animal shelters or on the side of the road because their owners did not properly take care of what is supposed to be an additional member of their family. Pet owners for the most part either do not properly neuter or spay their pets, resulting in unwanted
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A Survivor’s Story

Maria Obrecht was born in Prima, Yugoslavia in August 1937. She was born the youngest of seven siblings to a large Catholic family. Her house was one of many on the street, narrow homes one against the other on an even narrower street. “There,” Maria murmurs as she gazes at an old photograph of her
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