It’s not just about what you know, but who you know. Connecting meaningfully with the right people can help solidify your foot in the door.
The worst of 498 is over. After sacrificing a dozen Scantron Bs to the IRB gods for approval and passing COMPS, you turned in your thesis. Bravo. Now the only thing standing in your way of your Communication B.A. is the senior colloquium (and your other classes, but that’s beside the point). I’m not writing
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“So, like, I don’t have to write a super long paper anymore in 498?!” This question has tumbled out of the mouths of Comm Lions for the past year. The prospect of the department no longer requiring the formidable senior thesis has rattled DVIC occupants more than the latest Kardashian scandal. With Priority Registration Week
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Southeastern’s Dean of Students, Dr. Gabe Willis, has used his Twitter and Instagram following to promote a sense of school unity among students and to create a direct line from himself to all students. Dr. Willis repurposed his Twitter and Instagram accounts when he became the Interim Dean of Students in August of 2018 and
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On campus involvement during a students time at university can be pivotal for the success. It has been found here at Southeastern as well as other universities around the world that campus involvement such as being apart of clubs and organizations benefit students for many reasons. Being involved on campus can help change a students
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The Louisiana and World War II lecture series continues for the spring semester at Southeastern Louisiana University. The series began in fall 2017 and the spring season of the series began on Feb 6 with a lecture about Black History Month discussed with Professor Marcus Cox of Xavier University. The series will continue through the
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