Comm 498 students offer advice for future 498 students.

On Wednesday, graduating Communication seniors presented their Senior Thesis before an audience for COMM 498 – Professional Seminar in Communication class at the Senior Colloquium, and a few of those students discuss the hardships of the process. Alumni and Admission Counselor, Marjorie Parker, said that the students presenting their Comm 498 thesis handled themselves well
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Playwright receives staged reading of original work

[Hammond] A live staged reading of “So Many Egos,” by student playwright Stephanie Katz is set for Tuesday, May1, in the Vonnie Borden theatre, located on Southeastern Louisiana University’s campus starting at 7:30 p.m. The event is hosted by the theatre national honor society Alpha Psi Omega, Epsilon Psi Cast at Southeastern and is directed by faculty
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And All That Jazz

The West End is home to the theatre scene in England. Chicago, Wicked, and Much Ado About Nothing are just a few of the big name shows on London’s West End where everything from musical extravaganzas to Shakespeare to avant-garde productions can be seen. London’s West End draws the most talented thespians from around the
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Weekend in Edinburgh

Edinburgh, Scotland. It is a land known for castles, warrior clans, kilts, bagpipes and haggis. Though usually overshadowed by its larger neighbor to the south, Scotland has a rich and unique history and culture all its own. Edinburgh’s natural and architectural beauty is breathtaking. Tall cliffs, huge rolling hills, volcanoes, brown stone castles, churches and
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Southeastern Whosians Explore London in Search for TARDIS

Fourteen students. One destination. London. Southeastern Louisiana University students hit the ground running in London, England after over 12 hours of travelling. For many, this was their first experience in ‘Jolly Ole London Town.’ Despite the exhaustion from being awake for over 24 hours while lugging heavy baggage behind and wearing shoes not meant for
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New and returning students enjoy England experience

Communication, Theatre and History students embarked on the second Study Abroad trip to England. Many of the students who participated in this year’s trip were first time participants. During the trip, students lived in London while participating in a number of activities involving Communication, History and Theatre. Some of these activities included trips to the
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