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The Lion's Roar

The Official Student News Media of Southeastern Louisiana University

The Lion's Roar

The Official Student News Media of Southeastern Louisiana University

The Lion's Roar

The University Police, where the official Lost and Found is, is where many students can turn in and claim missing items.

How to find your missing items on campus

Rachel Folse, Staff Reporter January 19, 2022

Students have busy school and work schedules, so they can often be very forgetful and not take the extra time to put their items away. Many may wonder how to find their missing items if they happen to...

Fall 2021 Commencement: Photo Gallery

Staff Reports December 18, 2021

The commencement ceremony for the College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences, College of Education, & College of Science and Technology was held this morning in University Center. View the gallery...

Recent alumni celebrate their achievements after the Spring 2021 Nursing and Health Sciences commencement ceremony on May 19.

Commencement returns to the University Center

Haley Dupré, Staff Reporter December 13, 2021

Final exams are wrapping up and the Fall 2021 semester's winter commencement is days away. This year, the ceremony will be held back at the University Center as in previous years before the pandemic.  Southeastern...

Ring Ceremony: Photo gallery

Staff Reports December 9, 2021

Yesterday evening, upperclassmen students received their class rings during the Fall 2021 Ring Ceremony in the Student Union Ballroom. View official photos from the event in the gallery below. The winter...

CSA Vice President Chris Arroyo sprays shaving cream on Senior History Major and CSA Member Michael DeGraauw as part of their annual Messy Games meeting. CSA hosts meetings every Wednesday at 7:00 p.m. at the St. Albert Catholic Student Center.

Catholic Student Association experiences growth in community

Aaron Madison, Staff Reporter December 8, 2021

The Catholic Student Association is an official campus organization that allows students to build friendships and grow together in their faith. The organization has gained new members every semester and...

Kathery Esqueda, a third-year business student, is paving the way for Latina women in business. In February, Esqueda will attend the Latina Empowerment and Development Conference at Harvard University.

Business student invited to Harvard for Latina leadership conference

Chloe Williams, Staff Reporter December 7, 2021

Junior business administration and international management major, Kathery Esqueda, will be one of the first students to represent Southeastern at Harvard University for the Latina Empowerment and Development...

Lavender Lions President Mo Heggins (left) and Vice President Rosemary Matthews smile for the camera.

Lavender Lions offers safe space for LGBTQIA+ students

Austin O'Brien, Staff Reporter December 7, 2021

The Lavender Lions is a new organization dedicated to queer SLU students and their allies. The organization, founded and led by junior art history major Mo Heggins, is designed to give queer students...

Students sit and eat in the Student Union Lions Den Food Court.

How to make your remaining Cub Cash last through finals

Chloe Williams, Staff Reporter November 30, 2021

Editor's Note: This story was updated on Dec. 1, 2021 for clarification.  Now that the semester is nearing its end, students may be starting to run low on their Cub Cash for the fall.  Whether...

With winter rolling in, so do the effects of seasonal depression arising around campus. University Counseling Center meets with students every day to help manage any and all hidden struggles.

With changing seasons come changing emotional states

Haley Dupré, Staff Reporter November 30, 2021

As the temperature begins to drop, so do people’s spirits. Across the world, many people experience the effects of seasonal affective disorder, or SAD.  SAD is a form of depression that occurs each...

President John. L Crain provides remarks at the grand opening of the Innovation Hub.

President Crain welcomes new Innovation Hub to campus

Austin O'Brien, Staff Reporter November 29, 2021

Sims Memorial Library now has a new section on the second floor, devoted to group projects and new ideas for campus.  The Innovation Hub, or iHub, is a collaboration between SLU and Louisiana Economic...

Members of Tri Sigma pose during the Mocktails event. Dan Schneider, an activist and retired pharmacist, also presented at the event.

Dan Schneider speaks to students about drug addiction

Ian Stewart, Staff Reporter November 17, 2021

On Nov. 12, Dan Schneider, an activist and retired pharmacist, came to SLU to educate on drug addiction and the opioid epidemic. Schneider, who appeared on the Netflix documentary “The Pharmacist”...

The damages sustained in Pottle Hall have prohibited students from fully utilizing the facility. Music students shared their frustrations overcoming these challenges.

Music students call for assistance in troubling time

Austin O'Brien, Staff Reporter November 15, 2021

SLU music majors are calling for change in the wake of the Pottle building damages due to Hurricane Ida. When students returned to Southeastern after the category four hurricane, many music students...

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