Scholarships of sociology and criminal justice

Students of Sociology and Criminal Justice have many scholarship opportunities to help alleviate tuition costs. By obtaining scholarships students are able to list awards on job applications and resumes for future employment or graduate school said Dr.Michael Bisicglia, associate professor of criminal justice. The scholarships of sociology and criminal justice were created in honor of special individuals
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Tangipahoa Community supports continued education for Lady Lions Basketball at Bunko Fundraiser

On Saturday, Lady Lions Basketball team hosted Disco Bunko for Basketball fundraiser, raising money for fifth year student’s Pride Scholarship fund. The fundraiser included playing Bunko, a roll of the dice game, as well as silent auctions. According to Coach Lori Davis Jones, members of the Tangipahoa community are major supporters as well as donators.
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“A Day of Master Class” by Moxie Dance Project

  Hammond, LA – “A Day of Master Class” was hold by Southeastern Louisiana University’s Moxie Dance Project Modern Dance Company in Sept. 15, from 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. in Southeastern’s Kinesiology and Health Studies building in room 153. “A master class is when a dancer comes in and takes classes. So, it is
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Voters renew the 4-cent sales tax on cigarettes for TOPS

HAMMOND, LA— Nearly 70 percent of voters agreed last Saturday to renew a 4-cent sales tax on cigarettes. That cigarette tax generates $12 million a year.The measure takes a portion of tobacco settlement money currently set to be divided between health care and education trust funds, about $40 million per year, and dedicates it to TOPS.
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