Southeastern professor shared how art classes have been impacted by Covid-19.

When a nationwide stay-at-home order was placed this past March, universities across the country went virtual with their learning. For some, the changes were seamless, but for professors who required work that could not be submitted via e-mail, the transition was not smooth. A public survey conducted by Americans for the Arts established 88% of
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NFL: 0, COVID-19: 1

HAMMOND, LA. 10/4/2020: Not having fans in the stands did nothing for the NFL’s athletes and faculty  as they are handling their very first COVID-19 outbreak of the season right before week four of the very different 2020 season. Things had gone smoothly for the league until eight members of the Titans staff and roster-
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Music department undergoes transformation to accommodate learning during COVID-19

Southeastern’s Department of Music and Performing Arts has made both academic and infrastructural changes in order to continue instruction in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic. According to Davidson College’s College Crisis Initiative, Southeastern Louisiana University is part of the 21% of American universities with a hybrid teaching plan. This means that professors are given
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Freshmen vs. Seniors: Learning in a Virtual World

HAMMOND, LA– Zoom meetings, Google meets, and Flex classes are the new norms for both freshman and senior students at Southeastern Louisiana University. For some, these online classes are a blessing but for others, it is ineffective in teaching. According to EDUcause.edu, high school seniors who are transitioning in their first year of college, are
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