Stalked by My Student By: LaTonya Simon

Brandon Williams, a 36-year-old professor from Louisiana, was stalked by one of his former students. “As a man, people don’t take you seriously when you tell them you are being stalked. They joke and laugh but stalking is real and it’s scary,” said Williams. According to the Bureau of Justice Statistics, “thirty-seven percent of stalking
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Spotlight: Zack Martin former drug dealer, gang member, turned chef -new food and beverage director of Royal Sonesta Hotel New Orleans

By: LaTonya Simon The staff at Royal Sonesta Hotel, located on Bourbon Street in the New Orleans French Quarter, is welcoming a new food and beverage director. Zack Martin the 44-year-old native of New Orleans, accepted the position earlier this month. He is scheduled to start his new position later this month. The former drug
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Campus Activities Board kicks off Halloween with events for Southeastern students

The Campus Activities Board at Southeastern Louisiana University is hosting multiple Halloween events in the month of October for students to be involved with. Campus Activities Board According to Southeastern.edu, the Campus Activities Board (CAB) consists of fellow Southeastern students who plan events and activities for students to be a part of and join in
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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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When Less Is More, Becoming a Minimalist

by: LaTonya Simon It all started with the Louisiana flooding in 2016. Anxious and overwhelmed with repairing and moving, Owens began thinking of ways she could make things simpler for herself and her family. Minimalism is different for everyone. Owens credits the clearing of clutter from her home with her newly found interest in organizing.
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Southeastern’s University Health Center Offers a Week of Free STD Screening Each Semester

The Univerity Health Center offers a week of free STD screening each semester, where all sexually active students are encouraged to get screened. For the fall semester, it is usually two weeks after homecoming. There are usually 75- 100 students that take advantage of this free campus event. Peevy says she would like the number
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