Southeastern University has some remarkable students, including some from the chemistry club that were awarded for their excellence at the annual College of Science and Technology Honors. On Tuesday April 28, 2015 people were being honored for being above average in their particular science. A large majority of these people came from the chemistry club, including James Welch and Case Born. All of these students were from different parishes, but all had one thing in common, and that was the love of science. It is not very often that one hears about these events, because they are not really advertised. The chemistry club is trying harder to get the word out about what their members are accomplishing day in and day out. Right now the club is working on new ways to get these awards again in 2016. They did such a great job last year so it is very important to them to surpass that and make a difference in the science world. The club is growing and is looking to make a difference within Southeastern as well as around the country. The club’s main focus is to better themselves, and help anyone that has an interest in studying chemistry. They have been around for a long time, and have grown in numbers. They only want these numbers to grow even more, and to have fun. The Chemistry club meets once every two weeks in Pursley Hall room 109. The only requirments they have is that you have an interst in chemistry or any science. It is only 10 dollars for new members and 5 for returning. To get in contact email the President of the club, Binit Poudel at firstname.lastname@example.org or the Vice President, Ignatius Bonck at email@example.com. They will be more than happy to answer any of your questions regarding the club.