A ‘Normal’ Life

Photo Credit: Larshell Green/ The Lion’s Roar Newspaper Junior communication major Jennifer Dewtwiller appears to be your “normal” university student. She has gotten involved in Press Club by serving as the historian for the multi-platform journalism organization. Her passion for baseball has led her to become a secretary of the Diamond Girls. Dewtwiller has a
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Let’s Get Real: Southeastern’s Library Hosts Fake News Panel

Southeastern’s library hosted a “Fake News” panel in the student union theater on Tuesday during which communication professors and librarians gave students their professional opinion on false news. Communication professors, Joe Burns, Joseph Mirando and Claire Procopio represented the fake news panel. They were joined by Stephen Sanders, an information literacy instructor, and Dayne Sherman
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Students: Conquer Your Fears With Toastmasters International

New to the 2017 Southeastern college of business, Toastmasters International is a student club that seeks to improve the leadership and communication skills of its members. “It’s the most important thing you can learn in college” said senior accounting major and president of Southeastern Louisiana University Toastmasters International Ian Squires. Speaking from personal experience, Squires
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Communication seniors present at colloquium

On Friday December 4th Communication seniors,  their loved ones, and Communication faculty gathered for the Fall 2015 Senior Colloquium. The Communication Colloquium has been a Southeastern tradition since 2004, and is the last step on the senior’s road to graduation. It marks the end of the Communication 498 class, and the seniors present their thesis
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Senior communication students present for the last time as undergraduates

The Fall 2015 graduating class of communication majors is one step closer to their commencement ceremony. On Friday Dec 4, the seniors gave their presentations of their senior thesis papers at the Communication Colloquium. At the colloquium the seniors presented their research and results to their teachers, peers, parents and friends. After all the presentations,
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The best of the best

Hailey Lange was awarded the Best Senior Thesis award from the Languages and Communication Department at the Fall Colloquium on Friday, Dec. 4. Hailey’s paper was entitled, “Headline: ‘Thugs Terrorize Baltimore after Gray’s Death!’” Hailey looked at framing techniques of three major television networks. She wanted to determine whether or not news coverage of the
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