Spotlight on Southeastern’s Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Club

“It’s like playing chess with your body” says Taylor Starkey, former president of the Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Club, says to describe this organization. The BJJ Club at Southeastern Louisiana University focuses on practicing and perfecting the martial art and combat sport of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. This form of self-defense is geared towards overpowering one’s opponent through technique
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A Night of Murder and Mystery in Pottle

On November 16 music fraternity Sigma Alpha Iota hosted a mock Murder Mystery Night in Southeastern Louisiana University’s Pottle music building. The event began at 7:30 p.m. after the attendees were divided into female groups of two or three. Abigail Shallin, overseer of the event, explained to everyone that a student by the name of
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Upcoming International Night

  Fun, food and entertainment will be offered at Southeastern Louisiana University’s annual International Night on November 16. This event will take place in the Student Union Ballroom, located on the third floor of the Union. There is no charge for admission and event coordinator Aileen Mootoo says that all students and faculty are welcome
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Campus clothes drive for victims of human trafficking

Southeastern University’s Lions Against Trafficking will be hosting a clothes drive during mid- October to aid victims of human trafficking who are residing at a local Louisiana safe house. This organization’s mission is to “educate the SELU student body about the horrors of human trafficking and to assist in the rehabilitation of former trafficking victims”,
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In our own backyard

Louisiana is home to many different events including Tiger Stadium on a Saturday Night, the celebration of Mardi Gras, and although many are not aware of it, hundreds of young women being forced into sexual slavery. The official term for this atrocity is human trafficking and is defined by Homeland Security as “a modern-day form
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