Southeastern Alumni: Mitzi Milton

Mitzi Monique Milton attended Southeastern Louisiana University from 1998-2000 to pursue a chemistry degree. Believe it or not, Southeastern Louisiana University was not her first choice but she quickly grew to love it for its atmosphere and what she said were great academic standards. She is now a chemist doing what she loves and she
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Southeastern Students: Teirene Adams

At the age of 17, most students are patiently awaiting their senior year to celebrate by enjoying newfound freedoms until they enter the real world, and by preparing for graduation with class rings, pictures, caps and gowns. But at that point in time, Teirene Adams was one summer away from attending her first semester of
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Bill to increase penalties for school bus stop signs

[Baton Rouge]-On March 20, a bill to increase the penalties for those who don’t adhere to the laws pertaining to the stop signs on a school bus was voted on favorably.   Those who would violate the laws proposed by this bill could end up paying anywhere form $500-$5,000 dollars depending on the severity of
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PEEPS kick starting the semester off

As a new semester begins, organizations begin to have their meetings and create an agenda for the spring. One of these organizations at Southeastern is PEEPS, or Peer Educators Educating Peers.  Within the next few weeks, PEEPS members are planning to do things on and off campus. On Feb. 10, PEEPS is participating in a
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