Is Safe Space training known?

A Rutgers University study determined that “A little over one in five queer-spectrum students (22 percent) and one in four trans-spectrum students (25 percent) report that they had seriously considered suicide during the previous 12 months – three times the rate of heterosexual (8 percent) and non-transgender peers (9 percent).” Southeastern Louisiana University hosts a
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Senator Encourages STEM Programs in Schools

On Thursday, April 27, the Louisiana senators of the Education Committee discussed plans to form a Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics council in Louisiana school systems that will create different STEM programs across Louisiana. The proposed council would consist of 29 members that managed the finances related to the STEM programs, create an high school diploma
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Southeastern Students Split on Raising TOPS Requirements

A SoutheasternUReporter survey conducted throughout the week of March 27 through email collected data from Southeastern students regarding the current state of the TOPS Opportunity Award. The respondents of the email were students currently enrolled in Southeastern. Of the students who submitted answers, 23.1 percent were Sophomores, 23.1 percent were Seniors, 7.7 percent were Juniors,
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Southeastern graduate gives back

On Tues. Feb. 14, vice president and chief procurement officer for Chick-fil-A, Rob Dugas, visited Southeastern as a part of the university’s Real-World Ready initiative. Sponsored by Southeastern’s Office of Career Services, the program offers students internships, service learning courses, experimental, research and field experiences. A 1986 Southeastern communication graduate, Dugas was recognized earlier this
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Harvey woman to go back to school

HARVEY, LA- Adrian Cummings, long time Harvey resident and mother of two, is finally headed back to school in the fall of this year. She’ll begin completing night classes towards the medical coding program at Delgado Community College. The three semester program includes courses in medical terminology, anatomy and physiology, billing and computer literacy. She
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Students anticipate graduation for Fall 2012 semester

Graduation for the Fall 2012 semester is quickly approaching, and students have begun to make plans for the future.  Graduating seniors have started to prepare for life after graduation as midterms and the second half of the semester begin to set in. According to a Harvard Graduate School of Education study titled “Pathways to Prosperity,”
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