Graduating seniors try to alleviate fears about thesis

For communication majors the word thesis strikes fear in their hearts. Press club tried to alleviate that fear Nov. 29, by holding an informational meeting about the senior thesis. Students and professors involved in the 498 class spoke about the basics of the class and gave advice for future students. Dr. Claire Procopio, the current
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Press Club announces Best of Southeastern winners

The Press Club has announced the results of the third annual Best of Southeastern journalism competition, in which twelve communication students and five communication organizations placed in nineteen individual categories. The Best of Southeastern competition is the Southeastern Louisiana University Department of Languages and Communication and the Press Club’s qualifying competition for the Southeast Journalism
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Professors tells students blowing up buildings doesn’t solve problems

Dr. Bill Robinson delivered his annual Halloween lecture on Friday Oct. 29 in the Pottle Auditorium on Southeastern Louisiana University’s campus. This year, he focused on the terrorist plot to blow of England’s Parliament in 1605 and how terrorism is not something new to society. Robinson, a history professor and department head of history and
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Informed students give predictions on elections

By Alexandra Hedrick and Rande Robinson Nov. 2 is Election Day statewide and a few well-informed students at Southeastern have given their predictions and opinions on this year’s midterm elections. The race for Senator between David Vitter and Charlie Melancon has turned ugly, with each candidate using airtime to bash the other, said Ann O’Connor,
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Trick-or-Treat?

For many, All-Hallows-Day is considered a modern-day that is full of fun and harmless activities. However, many Christians believe that participating in Halloween is a form of involvement in the deeds of evil and darkness. Jasmine Turner, a mother of three said, “Halloween is a harmless children’s day that should be kept in perspective.” “I
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Press Club movie night enjoys good turnout

Despite technical problems and forced room changes, the Press Club’s first movie night of the fall semester drew 15 people together Wednesday to watch and discuss a film centered on journalism in the Vietnam era. Press Club President Alexandra Hedrick said she was pleased with the good response and turnout to the event, even in
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