The Lion's Roar

Driving safety: An increasing pedestrian concern

There are multiple speed bumps around campus to increase driving safety. Stop signs and crosswalks, such as those on Texas Ave., are in place to increase both driver and pedestrian awareness. All drivers, including students, faculty and visitors, should be conscious of pedestrians, as there are many walking on and around campus daily.

Brynn Lundy, Staff Reporter

March 3, 2020

Over the past few months, driving safety has become an increasing concern on campus. As of fall 2019, 14,298 students are enrolled at the university, and of that number, nearly 12,000 live off-campus. This means that it is a majority commuter campus, with almost 85% of students transporting to and from ca...

Mentoring cubs into lions

Eric Summers, vice president for student affairs, and Angela James, director of the Office of Disabilities Services, chat with a student outside the War Memorial Student Union.

Gerard Borne, Staff Reporter

April 1, 2019

Students looking to find a career path, organizations to join or any other life advice can seek out a staff member to become a mentor. Dr. Eric Summers, vice president for student affairs, explained the purpose of a mentor. “A mentor is a trusted advisor for a student at Southeastern, a person w...

Knowing the right way to cross

A sign on the corner of N General Pershing St. and W University Ave. directs pedestrians to utilize the underpass since there is not an established crosswalk running across W University Ave. University police have ticketed pedestrians for not abiding by this rule.

Jacob Summerville, Staff Reporter

February 5, 2019

Students and visitors should remember to travel across University Avenue only using the pedestrian underpass. Since there was an increase in students crossing University Avenue last semester, a news release titled “Pedestrian Safety... Your Safety Matters!” included a reminder from the University ...