Students struggle to make decisions in Election 2012

In what turned out to be a close race for president in 2012, many students found themselves confused prior to Election Day Tuesday on which candidate would best suit them. According to uselectionatlas.org, 49.5 percent of those who turned out to vote this year, voted Democratic while 48.9 percent voted Republican and 1.5 percent voted
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Students voice opinions previous to tonight’s debate

Students voice opinions previous to tonight’s debate (video link) With two very different views on the future of America, Southeastern students will have to decide which presidential candidate brings the best deal to the table. The upcoming Presidential debate slated for tonight at 7 p.m. Central Standard Time is airing on all major stations and may
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2012 SEJC competition participants announced

[HAMMOND] – The competitions in which Southeastern Communication majors are participating at the 2012 Southeast Journalism Conference have been announced. The Press Club meeting was held Tuesday afternoon at 3:00. Dr. Amber Narro, the faculty advisor ran the meeting and is also attending the conference held Feb. 9-11, 2012 at the University of Tennessee in
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Olympic Stadium Going Green for 2012 Games

Great care is being taken to ensure that the 2012 Games are going to be environmentally friendly. London’s eco-friendly plan was actually the deciding point that won London the venue for 2012.

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