Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day the local way

St. Patrick’s Day is a religious holiday that originated in Ireland during the 17th century. St. Patrick’s Day has many traditions associated with it; one of the most prominent ones is wearing green to avoid getting pinched. This can be seen in our survey results, as 83 percent of respondents reported honoring this tradition. The holiday is
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Give Me a ‘Spring Break’ & Show Me The Money

Money is always on the minds of college students, especially when the reprieve of Spring Break is right around the corner.  According to a Southeastern UReproter survey, 57.1 percent of students have plans to travel and 42.9 percent plan to stay home.  For those that plan to travel, their destinations range from Alabama, Florida, Tennessee,
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Southeastern U Reporter seeking St. Patrick’s Day adventure story

We are writers for the Southeastern U Reporter interested in writing a story about St. Patrick’s Day. We are looking for responses about St. Patrick’s Day activities, as well as stories from students that have traveled to Ireland. We would like to know what your experience was like there and what you did on your
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HIPS prepares for first tour with professor

On January 25th, The History and Political Science Society (HIPS) is inviting students to walk the streets of New Orleans for a cultural experience like no other. The organization was popular in the 90s and was reestablished by students this past summer with new by laws and members.  It is was marked as the first organization to represent the
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Big band with a big sound

Modest musicians create an extended play album with a mammoth sound to go with their colossal heads. It was a small world type of thing when local New Orleans progressive rock-trio, The Colossal Heads, met. All in different bands with a different musical sound, until Tony Italiano glued everything together in May of 2013. Each member brings
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