Parking and traffic to be impacted by Lion football playoff game
HAMMOND – Parking for the Southeastern Louisiana University versus Sam Houston State playoff game must be handled differently than regular season games in order to meet NCAA guidelines. University officials stated that they want to make sure the campus and community are fully aware of these significant changes.
Southeastern to host student appreciation tailgate and pep rally Dec. 4
HAMMOND – Southeastern Louisiana University will host a student appreciation tailgate and pep rally at the War Memorial Student Union Park Wednesday, Dec. 4, in anticipation of the Lions’ first playoff game scheduled later in the week. The event, which will include food, drinks and entertainment, will be held from 11:30 a.
Delta Tau Delta and Alpha Omicron Pi host 5k run
Delta Tau Delta and Alpha Omicron Pi worked together to put on a 5k Dash with the Mothers Against Drunk Driving to raise money for their program. The 5k run was in honor of a sorority sister, Beth Boudreaux, who was killed by a drunk driver. The event took place last Saturday, Nov.
Guitar Ensemble performs a mix of different period music
Eleven classical guitar performers united for Southeastern’s fall Guitar Ensemble. For this season’s ensemble, Patrick Kerber, director and instructor of guitar, chose a range of Spanish, German and French composers. The ensemble performed on Nov. 20 at Pottle Auditorium.
The Unexpected Boys visit Columbia Theatre
Former Broadway stars serenate Hammond
Locals experienced the internationally acclaimed top Four Seasons tribute band worldwide, The Unexpected Boys, Thursday, Nov. 21 at the Columbia Theatre. The Unexpected boys sang many known songs from the Four Seasons, Les Miserable and more. The Unexpected Boys all come from Broadway and include Scott Pearson, Austin Lesch, Stephen Booth and Brian Noonan.
Senior visual art students leave on emtional note
Senior Art Exhibition showcases fruits of labor
Senior art exhibitions allow graduating seniors to present the fruits of their labor and reflect on how they have grown as artists since beginning their education. The Fall 2013 Senior Exhibition saw its opening reception on Thursday, Nov. 21 in the Contemporary Art Gallery.
Harder hustle shown by Lions on home court
Lions defeat Western Illinois University Leathernecks 62-52
The Lion basketball team, led by Head Coach Jim Yarbrough, defeated Western Illinois University in an intense back and forth match ultimately ending in a 62-52 win in the Lion’s favor. The Lions (3-2) put numbers on the board in the first minute of the game with junior forward/center Devonte Upson’s slam dunk, assisted by junior guard JaMichael Hawkins.
Basketball turnaround for Lady Lions
The Lady Lions (2-4) took to their home court last night to play William Carey University (2-5). After a hard fought match, Head Coach Lori Davis Jones and her team deposited a second victory into their win column for the 2013-14 season. A final score of 81-59 is the booster the team needed to go on a nine-straight-game road trip, first making a stop in Estero, Fla.
Lion basketball fall to LSU
The Lions basketball team put up a good fight but fell short against Louisiana State University Tigers on Friday, Nov. 22, with a final score of 66-89. LSU has won games against two Southland Conference teams this season, including their win over Southeastern.
I spoke too soon
Let’s face it, guys: we all make mistakes. Of course, I am no exception, and I’m here to own up to my mistake for everyone to see. Roughly two months ago, an opinion piece of mine in which I criticized the “Phil the Pig” campaign was published. I am officially retracting my disdain after finding out that the money raised from all those Phils has been donated to the newly opened student food pantry on campus.
Winter wear for Louisiana doesn’t have to be tacky
I don’t mean to leave out all you handsome men on campus, but this article is for the ladies of Southeastern. In case you didn’t know, leggings are not pants. Leggings are footless tights, therefore making them a form of hosiery, therefore making them a form of underwear.
Change can be good, wait and see
People are getting very vocal about their support or contempt for the Higher One program, and I can’t help but feel aggravated (and amused) by the situations similarity to the Obamacare discussion. Full disclosure: I am a graduating senior. I will never have to deal with this program in its entirety, which will start next fall.