A ‘Normal’ Life

Photo Credit: Larshell Green/ The Lion’s Roar Newspaper Junior communication major Jennifer Dewtwiller appears to be your “normal” university student. She has gotten involved in Press Club by serving as the historian for the multi-platform journalism organization. Her passion for baseball has led her to become a secretary of the Diamond Girls. Dewtwiller has a
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BEA Hosts Its First Fundraiser

Southeastern’s Broadcast Education Association is hosting a video game tournament on March 16 with a goal to raise enough money for broadcasting equipment. Hosting a fundraiser has been a long-term goal for the Broadcast Education Association and with this being the organization’s first fundraising event, expectations are high. “It’s very exciting, but also a little
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Game night is a success

Southeastern’s Press Club and National Broadcast Society put together a game night on November 18; in the old Student Union on the second floor and the guests took up three rooms. The focus of the night was a video game tournament. The tournament featured brackets for three different games: Super Smash Bros U, Super Smash
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Press Club announces Best of Southeastern winners

The Press Club has announced the results of the third annual Best of Southeastern journalism competition, in which twelve communication students and five communication organizations placed in nineteen individual categories. The Best of Southeastern competition is the Southeastern Louisiana University Department of Languages and Communication and the Press Club’s qualifying competition for the Southeast Journalism
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Editorial: First Amendment history should not be forgotten

By Megan Mosher There are three documents in the United States of America which can be collectively taken to define the utter existence of this nation: the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution and the Bill of Rights. Through the Declaration, the founding fathers severed the ties with Great Britain. Through the Constitution, they established a
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Press Club movie night enjoys good turnout

Despite technical problems and forced room changes, the Press Club’s first movie night of the fall semester drew 15 people together Wednesday to watch and discuss a film centered on journalism in the Vietnam era. Press Club President Alexandra Hedrick said she was pleased with the good response and turnout to the event, even in
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