Career fair helps students learn about employment

Over 130 local and national employers came to campus to look for Southeastern students interested in filling their available job positions at the Career Fair held on  Sept.19, 2013 at the Pennington Student Activity Center. Students such as Shelby Haws not only went to career fair to look at potential job opportunities, but also to
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Local church hosts Family and Friends Day

Instead of heading home or to a restaurant for a traditional Sunday dinner this past Sunday, members of Little River United Pentecostal Church and their guests headed outside for an afternoon of fun, food and fellowship. Over 300 people attended the annual Family and Friends Day at the Tickfaw church, setting up tents, lawn chairs
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Store brings comic books back to Hammond

Owner of Wyatt’s Comics and Cards Wyatt Higginbotham checking out a purchase for a customer. Picture taken by Lee Balius  Southeastern students and Hammond residents who like comic books and card games, such as Magic the Gathering, should check out Wyatt’s Comics and Cards located at 14203 West University Drive in Hammond, La. The store has
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New litter campaign gains attention

Southeastern students may notice signs that are posted which read, “Lions don’t Litter.” This new anti-litter campaign came about when Dr. Crain called together a group of staff, faculty and students and asked them to brainstorm ideas to address the litter problems on campus. The group came up with a “Go Green! Keep it Clean!”
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The Advocate daily newspaper moving into New Orleans market

After 175 years the Times-Picayune announced in May that it would be scaling back its daily print publication to three days a week.  Their plan for the future is to be focused on the digital side of news. With this move to three days a week, New Orleans will be the largest city in the
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Southeastern Lions Muse

Kaleb Muse can be described as many things: sophomore industrial technology major and starting linebacker for the Southeastern Lions football team, just to name a few.  It is one thing to juggle all those titles, but for Kaleb Muse, he excels at them as well. Born in Hammond, he attended Ponchatoula High School where he
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