Alpha Phi Alpha holds their annual step show

Every year the Kappa Nu chapter of the Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity holds a Greek Step show at Southeastern University. The show has been a staple of the fraternity for the past 28 years. This year, seven step teams participated in the event from various schools around the state. However, Greeks from Southeastern did not
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Southeastern Gone Fishing

James Stewart finds life as a graduate student is wearing him down. He finds it difficult to balance being a teaching assistant while working on his thesis, going to class and having a social life. It doesn’t help of course that he shares his office space with over 100,000 other creatures who are constantly staring
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Homecoming’s got sole

Students kicked off homecoming for the fall 2012 semester by both strapping on their running shoes and sending their extra pairs overseas. A total of 253 students participated in the Lion Pride Paint Run on Tuesday. The cost of participation was to either donate one pair of shoes or three T-shirts to Project Sole, an
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A D’Lishious combination: passion, art and confidence

Dedication, flexibility and confidence are three of the active ingredients needed to become a member of the Dames D’Lish.  The Hammond dance group describes their style as “caburlesque,” an exotic combination of a modernized version of traditional burlesque-style dancing and singing, with the shimmer, enthusiasm and sex appeal of cabaret. Jennifer “JB” Buck, the creator
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Students express concerns as election draws near

Hammond- As Nov. 6 approaches, the presidential election race is coming down to the wire. With two weeks left until the election, the two parties have gone through three debates so far and have given voters as clear an indication as they’re going to where each party stands on the important issues the country is
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Squeezing oil from sand

Krista Gentry, a chemistry major a Southeastern Louisiana University, has recently partaken in a study that attains to the happenings of the BP oil spill, and how the oil that is in the sand of the Gulf Cost can be removed. Through a series of tests and studies there has been a breakthrough in the
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