Recent Campus Life Articles
BSU holds annual ‘Battle of the Sexes’
The Black Student Union held their annual Battle of the Sexes tournament on Wednesday, May 8 on Lee Field. The event is a yearly competition where students compete against the opposite sex. With blaring music, crawfish and university students surrounding Lee Field, Battle of the Sexes put challengers to the test with events such as three-legged races, tug-of-war and inflatable obstacle courses.
NAACP Gala celebrates semester accomplishments
At the Alumni Center last Thursday, the Southeastern Chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People came together to celebrate another successful semester and to wish a warm farewell to NAACP president Shawndreka Gatlin.
Nu Delta holds ‘May Week’
The Nu Delta chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., Southeastern’s oldest African-American sorority, held May Week to reach out to the Southeastern community, spread autism awareness and strengthen the bonds between sorority sisters. “What we do is celebrate our sorority, and our founders,” said Leshay Taylor, a senior majoring in psychology and new member of Delta Sigma Theta.