Students can join in on political conversation about the upcoming Presidential election

The 2020 Presidential Election is set for November 3rd of 2020, and democratic candidates and the present administration have geared up for the campaign trails ahead, calling for Southeastern Louisiana University students to be aware of the details of the upcoming election before they cast their votes and proclaim support. With most Southeastern students being
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Columbia Theatre of Hammond provides entertainment and facilities for the community, university and students

The Columbia Theatre is a part of Hammond, Louisiana’s history and has continued to be a gathering place for the community and Southeastern Louisiana University students to experience exciting live entertainment throughout the years. Columbia Theatre originally opened its doors in 1928 and underwent renovation to expand the facility in the 1990s and was then
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The Students of Southeastern React to the New Promise

Southeastern Louisiana University recently announced a promise that will help incoming freshman save money. On Apr. 18, Southeastern’s President John Crain introduced the Southeastern Promise. All incoming freshmen starting in the summer and fall will receive a freeze on their tuition and fees regardless of the legislative order. Many students have mixed feelings about the promise and everything
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State Senate Addresses Unplanned Pregnancy In Post Secondary Education

The Louisiana State Senate approved three amendments to Senate Bill 106 before it was recommitted to the committee on Finance on May 2, 2017. SB 106 is a legislative act that would require Louisiana postsecondary schools to adopt and implement an action plan to address the prevention of unplanned pregnancies among unmarried college students. The
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Senator Encourages STEM Programs in Schools

On Thursday, April 27, the Louisiana senators of the Education Committee discussed plans to form a Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics council in Louisiana school systems that will create different STEM programs across Louisiana. The proposed council would consist of 29 members that managed the finances related to the STEM programs, create an high school diploma
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Should STEM Grow in Louisiana?

Senator Hewitt was met with no opposition as she proposed Bill 225, a bill aimed at seeing STEM programs grow and develop in Louisiana. Bill 225 has three main goals. First, the bill will create a Louisiana STEM advisory council. This advisory council will coordinate delivery, increase student interest in STEM, and increase the number
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