Southeastern Graduates Go Green

Southeastern graduating seniors have now, hopefully, ordered invitations, purchased class rings and hung up their robes. Green robes. Undergraduates will be flaunting the iconic Southeastern green robes and graduate students the regal black robes. The change in robe color is about a year in the making and creates a distinction between undergraduate and graduate students. Senior
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Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day the local way

St. Patrick’s Day is a religious holiday that originated in Ireland during the 17th century. St. Patrick’s Day has many traditions associated with it; one of the most prominent ones is wearing green to avoid getting pinched. This can be seen in our survey results, as 83 percent of respondents reported honoring this tradition. The holiday is
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Southeastern becoming a green campus

Southeastern Louisiana University is taking major steps in efforts to become an environmentally friendly and sustainable campus. The university has implemented a recycling program, built a biodiesel plant and uses solar energy. The ultimate goal is to reduce negative impact on the environment and to reduce dependency on the local power grid. The Department of
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