Students can join in on political conversation about the upcoming Presidential election

The 2020 Presidential Election is set for November 3rd of 2020, and democratic candidates and the present administration have geared up for the campaign trails ahead, calling for Southeastern Louisiana University students to be aware of the details of the upcoming election before they cast their votes and proclaim support. With most Southeastern students being
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Louisiana Mayor Candidate, Guy Huffine Expresses His Thoughts

https://make.headliner.app/download/a18f0499-013b-41eb-96d9-b4d9606a538b There will be four men running for Mayor of Ponchatoula, Louisiana, a city of just over 5,000 people with a budget of 10.9 million dollars. They will face off in a primary election October 12, and If no candidate earns 51% (or more) of the votes, the two top contenders will face off in
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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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Students Political Perspective

A Southeastern survey sent out on March 20 collected data from students on campus and shows that their opinions of President Trump have degraded since his inauguration on Jan. 20. The survey was answered by 73 participants and contained questions about each student’s political preference, their grade classification, and their opinion of Trump before the
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Southeast Journalism Conference informs and intrigues

Nineteen students represented Southeastern at the Southeast Journalism Conference on Feb. 16-18 in Oxford, Mississippi. Many students took home awards and Southeastern placed second overall at the conference. The students participated in a variety of competitions that tested their writing and broadcasting abilities against schools  from across the Southeast region. In addition to the competitions,
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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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