Southeastern students support the fine and performing arts this October.

The Spotlight is on Fanfare this October.  Fanfare is Southeastern’s way of celebrating the fine and performing arts.  It is a month long celebration of the arts, humanities and social sciences.  There’s a variety of different events like lectures, concerts, plays, art exhibits, films, master classes, workshops, literary readings, and dances.   Students at Southeastern
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“A Doll’s House” is in the House

To kick off the fall theater season and in celebration of Fanfare, the Southeastern Theater department will be performing Henrik Ibsen’s play, “A Doll’s House,” which is one of the world’s most performed plays. “The play is one of Henrik Ibsen’s first realistic plays, and it’s a lot of fun to do because it deals
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Professors tells students blowing up buildings doesn’t solve problems

Dr. Bill Robinson delivered his annual Halloween lecture on Friday Oct. 29 in the Pottle Auditorium on Southeastern Louisiana University’s campus. This year, he focused on the terrorist plot to blow of England’s Parliament in 1605 and how terrorism is not something new to society. Robinson, a history professor and department head of history and
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“Nothing but words” characterizes early U.S., British relations

With myth-busting style, Dr. Craig Saucier dispelled the notion that the United States and Great Britain have shared a special cooperative relationship for time immemorial in his Fanfare lecture, “Mything in Action: The Fantasy of the Special Relationship.” Saucier, a Southeastern Louisiana University history instructor, noted Wednesday, that it has long been assumed the strong
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