Music department undergoes transformation to accommodate learning during COVID-19

Southeastern’s Department of Music and Performing Arts has made both academic and infrastructural changes in order to continue instruction in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic. According to Davidson College’s College Crisis Initiative, Southeastern Louisiana University is part of the 21% of American universities with a hybrid teaching plan. This means that professors are given
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The Magical Music of Southeastern Symphony Orchestra

On Wednesday, October 2 the Southeastern Symphony Orchestra held their opening night of the season. Ralph R. Pottle Hall on Southeastern’s campus was filled with high notes and an eclectic atmosphere. There was great energy in the room as all of the musicians worked together to create beautiful music. The audience was locked into hearing
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Ponchatoula Strawberry Festival

The 46th Annual Ponchatoula Strawberry Festival, will be held April 7-9, 2017, in Memorial Park. The Ponchatoula Strawberry Festival is a FREE family friendly outdoor festival, filled with lots of great food, games, entertainment, and fun for people of all ages to enjoy. The Festival operatest from Friday: 12 noon – 10:30 pm Saturday: 9 am
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Southeastern Jazz Combo surprises with a Trio

Southeastern held a Jazz Combo on Thursday, Feb. 16 featuring the talents of Tyler Pertuit, Matthew Hawkins and Justin Albritton in celebration for the Bill Evans Event that took place this past weekend. The Bill Evans Event is an annual jazz festival that Southeastern hosts in celebration of Bill Evans, a famous jazz musician and
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Mic Check Sets Hammond’s Weekend Jam

On an ordinary day, on an ordinary campus, Fred Minor and Jamon Kelson attend class, speak to their friends and work on homework. Both from the east side of New Orleans, Minor and Kelson themselves are not old friends. The bond between them is professional. Although, they go about their ordinary days like normal college
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Young producer is making waves to be a future game designer

      On the fast track to becoming the next game designer and record producer, 13-year-old Dontrell Mitchel is no stranger to the industry. Although music production and game design are two different focuses, Dontrell can easily help connect the two. Being a producer at a young age is something that came natural to
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