The Lion's Roar

Smaller Name, Bigger Venue

Smaller Name, Bigger Venue

Annie Goodman

June 12, 2018


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The Official Restaurant and Bar of Southeastern Athletics has changed its name from Your Mom's Resaurant & Bar to Our Mom's Restaurant & Bar in hopes of better showcasing the inclusive atmosphere of the business. Annie Goodman/The Lion's Roar Your Mom’s Restaurant...

Examining culture and downsizing

Examining culture and downsizing

Zachary Araki

June 11, 2018


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Associate Professors of Management and Business Administration Dr. Mario Krenn and Dr. André Honorée discuss the work for their research, which was published in the Journal of International Business and Economy. Their research examined how culture affects the relationship between firm p...

Gnarly Barley reaches Gnarvana

Gnarly Barley reaches Gnarvana

Annie Goodman

May 15, 2018


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Attendees of Gnar Fest enjoyed live music, food and a new pineapple flavored beer to celebrate Gnarly Barley Brewing Company's fourth anniversary in the community.  Annie Goodman/ The Lion's Roar To celebrate four years of success, Gnarly Barley Brewing Co. hosted its annual Gnar Fest wh...

Student pedestrian fatality

Zachary Araki

May 8, 2018


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Student Agustus Cooper Jr. was involved in a pedestrian fatality accident. He passed away on Saturday, April 28 after being in critical condition.  The Hammond Police Department received the call on Wednesday, April 25 shortly after 11 p.m. and reported to the scene of the incident on West U...

Following the budget: A year of the Southeastern Promise

Zachary Araki

May 8, 2018


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The administration looked back on nearly a full academic year with this fiscal year’s university budget as well as the first year of The Southeastern Promise scholarship and considered the future. Assistant Vice President for Enrollment Management Dr. Kay Maurin discussed how the first year...

Studying smart for the summer

Studying smart for the summer

Zachary Araki

May 1, 2018


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To promote the university’s “Summer Smart” program, signs such as the one pictured above can be seen on campus. Zachary Araki/The Lion’s Roar The university looks to continue the second year of its summer semester initiative “Summer Smart.” Through “Su...

Fellows program to educate

Annie Goodman

May 1, 2018


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Louisiana’s Office of the Governor has developed the Governor’s Fellows Program in Louisiana Government in partnership with Louisiana State University, Southern University and the Baton Rouge Area Foundation.  The purpose of the program is to get college students more involved wit...

38th annual ‘Strawberry Jubilee’ offers entertainment before finals

38th annual ‘Strawberry Jubilee’ offers entertainment before finals

Zachary Araki

April 24, 2018


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Vice President for Student Affairs Dr. Eric Summers and Miss Southeastern Alyssa Larose cut the king cake for “Strawberry Jubilee.” Zachary Araki/The Lion’s Roar Students and organizations gathered to relax before finals week with food and games for the “Down Da Bayou”...

The Big Event

The Big Event

Jennifer Dettwiller

April 24, 2018


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Students participate in “The Big Event” to express their appreciation for the community. Student volunteers from the Black Student Union and Baptist Collegiate Ministry plant flowers for Special Olympics Louisiana as part of “The Big Event.” Jennifer Dettwiller/The Lion’s Roar ...

Hard work and dedication pays off

Hard work and dedication pays off

Prakriti Adhikari

April 20, 2018


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The Kappa Tau Chapter was awarded the Jessie Wallis Hughan Cup at the “Alpha Omicron Pi International Convention“ held in Washington D.C Courtesy of Lyndsey Devaney Kappa Tau Chapter of the Alpha Omicron Pi founded on campus in 1963, is an organization that works in the field of art...

Driving drives people crazy?

Driving drives people crazy?

Jacob Summerville

April 20, 2018


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Commuting students shared their experiences traveling to campus for classes and extracurricular activities. Some students discussed their difficulties with parking, time management and spending money on gas Jacob Summerville/The Lion's Roar Day-to-day challenges that commuting students face...

Connecting Lions of all kinds on campus

Annie Goodman

April 20, 2018


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The university offers a post-secondary educational program to students with intellectual disabilities. According to Director of Lions Connected Dr. Gerlinde Beckers, an associate professor in the department of teaching and learning, this is something rare that makes the university stand out.  &ldqu...