Jindal’s persona, not politics, wins over students

Hammond – Seeking re-election for a second term as Louisiana Governor, Bobby Jindal just had to kick back and wait to see how large his margin of victory would be. Jindal finished with 65.8 percent of the votes, well past the 50 percent needed to put him back in office. There is no doubt Jindal
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Looking back and toward the future as 9/11 anniversary approaches

Most students in Louisiana had already arrived at school when the terrorist attacks on Sept. 11th, 2001 had begun. In the midst of the deadliest attack on American soil, school administrations had to quickly develop policies on how to inform the students of the news. Do we allow students to watch the coverage unfold on
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Fans ready for start of new football season

  After a disappointing 2-9 effort last year, fans are excited to see what the 2010-11 season brings for the Southeastern Lions football team. Despite the losing record, the Lions were extremely competitive throughout the 2010 season. Six of the nine losses came down to seven points or less, a trend fans know can easily
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