Ruth Owens Exhibition at SLU Contemporary Art Gallery

Evan Deroche – October 18, 2020 Southeastern’s Contemporary Art Gallery is exhibiting the work of New Orleans-based artist Ruth Owens with an installment titled “Black Outdoors: Crossing Boundaries”. The exhibit is free to the public and will remain open until Oct 29. Gallery Director Cristina Molina said in a Southeastern press release, “The exhibition will
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Campus Activities Board kicks off Halloween with events for Southeastern students

The Campus Activities Board at Southeastern Louisiana University is hosting multiple Halloween events in the month of October for students to be involved with. Campus Activities Board According to Southeastern.edu, the Campus Activities Board (CAB) consists of fellow Southeastern students who plan events and activities for students to be a part of and join in
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Sounds of Silence brings advocacy and awareness for the deaf community at Southeastern Louisiana University

The student organization, Sounds of Silence, is providing a hands-on way for Southeastern Louisiana University students to become involved with the deaf community and learn American Sign Language. Importance of Learning American Sign Language According to Michigan State University, American Sign Language is defined as “a formal language employing a system of hand gestures for
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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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Columbia Theatre of Hammond provides entertainment and facilities for the community, university and students

The Columbia Theatre is a part of Hammond, Louisiana’s history and has continued to be a gathering place for the community and Southeastern Louisiana University students to experience exciting live entertainment throughout the years. Columbia Theatre originally opened its doors in 1928 and underwent renovation to expand the facility in the 1990s and was then
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The Manchac Review Stimulates SLU Creativity

Stage fright dissipates and imaginative juices flow during the spoken word gatherings that take place at the Writing Center in D. Vickers Hall. In room 210, students from different areas of study come together to recite, perform and showcase original creations before fellow poets, short story writers, artists and photographers. The opportunity to unleash imagination
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