Breezeway relaxation areas make for good study areas

During the end of the semester, it can be hard for students to find a good study area as well as nice places to just hang out on campus. Often times, if you don’t reserve a study area early in the day, Sims Memorial library is too packed for students wanting to study. Seniors give
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Soaked provides distraction for students before finals week as stress reliever

Wednesday, Recreational Sports and Wellness hosted Soaked as a de-stress event for students before exams week begin. According to Amy Oberschmidt, Assistant Director of Guest Services, Soaked began about three years ago as an event called “Ripped.” Because of student request, Rec. Sports continued to offer the event every year. Soaked offers free crawfish, drinks,
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Tangipahoa Community supports continued education for Lady Lions Basketball at Bunko Fundraiser

On Saturday, Lady Lions Basketball team hosted Disco Bunko for Basketball fundraiser, raising money for fifth year student’s Pride Scholarship fund. The fundraiser included playing Bunko, a roll of the dice game, as well as silent auctions. According to Coach Lori Davis Jones, members of the Tangipahoa community are major supporters as well as donators.
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Tal Dehtiar speaks on building relationships within a business

On Thursday, Tal Dehtier, founder of Oliberté Footwear, spoke at the College of Business Ethics Speaker Series on how to build a successful business and ethical concerns within it, focusing on his personal experiences as well as the process of how he began his shoe making company in Africa. Dehtier’s main angle was building relationships in
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Comm 498 students offer advice for future 498 students.

On Wednesday, graduating Communication seniors presented their Senior Thesis before an audience for COMM 498 – Professional Seminar in Communication class at the Senior Colloquium, and a few of those students discuss the hardships of the process. Alumni and Admission Counselor, Marjorie Parker, said that the students presenting their Comm 498 thesis handled themselves well
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Professional Journalists give ethical advice to students at Ethics in Media Symposium

On Wednesday April 17 at 2:30 P.M., the Southeastern Arts & Lectures Committee and the Southeastern Dept. of Languages and Communication held, “Ethics in the Media: A Symposium”.  Three Southeastern Alumni, Danny Heitman of The Advocate, Paul Purpura of The Time Picayune/NOLA.com, and Stacey Plaisance Jenkins of Associated Press, gave advice on maintaining ethics in
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