Tangipahoa’s Most Romantic Restaurant Kicks off its’ Fall Wine Tasting Series

Jacmel Inn is known for being the most romantic restaurant in Tangipahoa Parish. General Manager, Alfonso Flores says, “The atmosphere and the way we present ourselves with the white table clothes, candle-lit tables and everything that would make a romantic evening for a couple is how we got the reputation of being the most romantic
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Bub Tucker II Runs for Mayor of Ponchatoula in Hopes of a “New Wave”

Bub Tucker II, age 39 runs for Ponchatoula City mayor in upcoming elections. Tucker has been a Ponchatoula resident his whole life and considers himself a “Family Man.” He says that he is different from other candidates running because he has a huge interest in technology, especially in relation to sales. He has been in
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Southeastern Students Split on Raising TOPS Requirements

A SoutheasternUReporter survey conducted throughout the week of March 27 through email collected data from Southeastern students regarding the current state of the TOPS Opportunity Award. The respondents of the email were students currently enrolled in Southeastern. Of the students who submitted answers, 23.1 percent were Sophomores, 23.1 percent were Seniors, 7.7 percent were Juniors,
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What News Do YOU Trust?

A survey conducted on March 27 and published on Facebook, Twitter and a few direct emails to collect data on which news outlet people trust most. The survey contains 80 responses. A recent hot topic is that President Trump has put news media outlets under fire for, what he refers to as, reporting “fake news.” This survey, without
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Let’s Get Real: Southeastern’s Library Hosts Fake News Panel

Southeastern’s library hosted a “Fake News” panel in the student union theater on Tuesday during which communication professors and librarians gave students their professional opinion on false news. Communication professors, Joe Burns, Joseph Mirando and Claire Procopio represented the fake news panel. They were joined by Stephen Sanders, an information literacy instructor, and Dayne Sherman
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New litter campaign gains attention

Southeastern students may notice signs that are posted which read, “Lions don’t Litter.” This new anti-litter campaign came about when Dr. Crain called together a group of staff, faculty and students and asked them to brainstorm ideas to address the litter problems on campus. The group came up with a “Go Green! Keep it Clean!”
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