The Art of Couponing as a College Student

Couponing is a hobby that can save a college student money on everyday items that they may need or have been wanting but may have been too much money. There are many levels to Couponing’s art in the couponing world, such as beginner, advanced, and extreme. Some like to do light Couponing, while others use
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Today’s Bloody Tangipahoa

Dr. Sam Hyde, director of the Center of Southeast Louisiana Studies at SELU and author of Pistols and Politics, claims in the newest edition of his book that the culture of violence in historic Tangipahoa Parish remains today. The second edition of Pistols and Politics was published in 2018. Hyde said it added four new
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Southeastern’s Spirit of Giving

“I’m very familiar with philanthropic events…I think it just brings people together, making the place better,” said Riley Circello, 1st year Psychology graduate student. The campus community cultivates an atmosphere of togetherness and support. Several departments across campus create events, drives and fundraisers to help people and programs get what they need. “It means that
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Is Safe Space training known?

A Rutgers University study determined that “A little over one in five queer-spectrum students (22 percent) and one in four trans-spectrum students (25 percent) report that they had seriously considered suicide during the previous 12 months – three times the rate of heterosexual (8 percent) and non-transgender peers (9 percent).” Southeastern Louisiana University hosts a
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Sounds of Silence brings advocacy and awareness for the deaf community at Southeastern Louisiana University

The student organization, Sounds of Silence, is providing a hands-on way for Southeastern Louisiana University students to become involved with the deaf community and learn American Sign Language. Importance of Learning American Sign Language According to Michigan State University, American Sign Language is defined as “a formal language employing a system of hand gestures for
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Co-Sleeping: Dangerous or Beneficial?

            Sleep deprivation is practically inevitable to a parent of a newborn. Accommodating infant and party for optimal sleep time is deemed necessary. Families are beginning to transition into the trend of what is known as “Co-Sleeping.” Many parents attribute an overall better sense of well being to Co-Sleeping. Some, though, believe it poses risk
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