Southeastern Dean of Students Uses Social Media to Connect to Students

Southeastern’s Dean of Students, Dr. Gabe Willis, has used his Twitter and Instagram following to promote a sense of school unity among students and to create a direct line from himself to all students. Dr. Willis repurposed his Twitter and Instagram accounts when he became the Interim Dean of Students in August of 2018 and
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The Pep Talk Every Comm Major Needs to Hear

You’re a senior on the brink of graduation feeling apprehensive about what comes next. Or maybe you’re a junior who has made significant progress in your degree plan, but you’re lacking real-world experience. Are you a sophomore who is interested in communication but unsure of what focus area to pursue?  Or are you freshman feeling
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Social Media Advantages for Students

In the past 10 years, social media websites have gained popularity and have become a huge part of everyday life for many. According to Statista, 22.9% of the global population is on Facebook. Over the years, it has become common to think that Facebook is considered a distraction from academic focus and students should steer
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The rules of the court

The rules and guidelines for homecoming court campaigns have been restricted to only “verbal messages” at Southeastern Louisiana University. As a result, candidates have turned to social media, such as Facebook and Twitter, as well as word of mouth to get votes. This has led to a whole new playing field for campaigning. Signs, giveaways,
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