Southeastern’s University Health Center Offers a Week of Free STD Screening Each Semester

The Univerity Health Center offers a week of free STD screening each semester, where all sexually active students are encouraged to get screened. For the fall semester, it is usually two weeks after homecoming. There are usually 75- 100 students that take advantage of this free campus event. Peevy says she would like the number
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Co-Sleeping: Dangerous or Beneficial?

            Sleep deprivation is practically inevitable to a parent of a newborn. Accommodating infant and party for optimal sleep time is deemed necessary. Families are beginning to transition into the trend of what is known as “Co-Sleeping.” Many parents attribute an overall better sense of well being to Co-Sleeping. Some, though, believe it poses risk
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Dogs Help Students De-Stress

Research has shown that dogs have an innate ability to help humans with stress, emotional regulation and can actually lower blood pressure. Owning a dog can be challenging and is usually accompanied by a price tag, but according to a Southeastern UReporter survey many people believe the rewards of dog ownership outweigh the expense. Forty-five
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Spotlight on Southeastern’s Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Club

“It’s like playing chess with your body” says Taylor Starkey, former president of the Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Club, says to describe this organization. The BJJ Club at Southeastern Louisiana University focuses on practicing and perfecting the martial art and combat sport of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. This form of self-defense is geared towards overpowering one’s opponent through technique
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Get Connected With Reconnect of Sociology and Criminal Justice

Wednesday, Oct.28, the organization Reconnect hosted their first Farmers Market in front of Southeastern Louisiana University’s Student Union. The Farmers Market was a huge success for the farmers and group members that encouraged Southeastern students to get involved with the event. Reconnect partners with local farmers and vendors to bring local, sustainable and chemical free foods
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Rankins Ministries call for local women to ‘wage war’

Devoted husband- and-wife powerhouse Reverend Maurice and Minister Denise Rankins of Rankins International Ministries say they are on a mission: to impact the masses and start a movement of unity among Christians of all ages, backgrounds, denominations and walks of life. As part of that vision, on Sept. 21, the couple will present Warring Women
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