Advice for the newest crop of graduates

HAMMOND- More than 1,300 Southeastern Louisiana University students will close out their college careers on Saturday, Dec. 11, as they walk across the stage to receive their diplomas. What does the future hold for these new graduates? Will there be jobs for them? What has life been like for the other recent graduates and what
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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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Gambit looking for creative students

HAMMOND-Submissions for the new series of Gambit Online Student Creative Journal are due Nov. 1. Students can pick up a submission form from the Southeastern Writing Center in DVickers, room 383. Art of any print, audio or visual can be submitted for entry in the following categories: drama, drawing, music, painting, photography, poetry, prose, syzgy
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QR codes make their way to Southeastern

HAMMOND- Southeastern Louisiana University has caught on to the emergent trend of QR codes, enabling students to scan the code with a smart phone, instantly bringing them to a map of the library. QR codes are 2D barcodes that mobile phones with a camera can read. You can design the code to implement users to
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Students react to tuition increase

HAMMOND- The 10 percent increase in tuition this semester to raise $4 million for operating costs has Southeastern Louisiana University students left wondering how their money is being spent. Students say they are frustrated because they are not seeing any significant changes. Junior, Jacob Rester disagrees with reducing the budgets of universities statewide and does
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