Students gain real world experience at Southeastern Channel

Dreams can come true if you work hard to achieve them, says Southeastern student Jessica Leblanc. She not only dreams of becoming a television news reporter and anchor, but also takes the steps to make it happen. Many students majoring in Mass Communication at Southeastern take part in the Southeastern Channel. The channel is designed
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What’s All the Fuss About Midterm elections?

 [Hammond]-U.S. midterm voters choose who makes decisions that touch millions of American lives. These issues range from taxes and national security, to social security benefits and medicare. So why are midterm elections so important?  With elections looming around the corner, voters will help determine whether Republicans or Democrats will run the House and the Senate.
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College Grads rethink social networking

Hammond]-Facebook. Twitter. MySpace. Social networking sites have become the popular way to communicate and network. These sites allow large amounts of information to be shared with just about anyone. They might be great for a group of friends, but are not such a good thing for professionals  Employers are now making their own profiles to
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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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Students rally against budget cuts

HAMMOND- On Nov. 10th, students across the state will join together at the state capitol for the Rally for Higher Education in hopes of getting their voices heard  by state representatives. Students have felt the aftermath of the continuing budget cuts. Colleges around the state have responded by increasing fees, canceling classes, cutting student programs
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Southeastern Holds Cancer Benefit

             [Hammond]- This weekend, Southeastern Louisiana University helped sponsored a Relay For Life annual Cure For Cancer fundraiser. The event was held at Southeastern’s home football game against Texas State under a tent at friendship circle. October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and hundreds of thousands of women are using these events as a rallying
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