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 Official Student News Media of Southeastern Louisiana University

The Lion's Roar

Troy Granger, a sophomore communication major, is a student worker at the KSLU radio station. With renovations scheduled for D Vickers Hall, questions have arisen regarding the future of KSLU’s radio operations.

On-air or online: The future of KSLU radio

Symiah Dorsey, Staff Reporter May 4, 2021

While the renovations of D Vickers Hall have posed a promising future for the Department of Communication and Media Studies, the transition period has left many programs in a stage of limbo. KSLU, Southeastern’s...

D Vickers Hall, an academic classroom and office building on campus, houses the departments within the College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences. Built in the early 1970s, the building is currently under the planning process for renovations to be done within the next few semesters.

D Vickers Hall to undergo renovations

Austin Dewease, Staff Reporter March 30, 2021

The long-awaited renovations to D Vickers Hall entered into the planning stages last year and are progressing quickly. Over the course of 18 months, the university’s Facility Planning Department will...

Finding the perfect balance and blend between school and work can sometimes be a hassle on freshmen students.

D Vickers Hall to be remodeled through 18-month renovation process

Brynn Lundy , Staff Reporter November 10, 2020

Facility Planning is currently developing plans for the renovation of D Vickers Hall, which will begin sometime over the next few semesters.  Kenneth Howe, director of Facility Planning, explained...

A turning lane was added to the parking lot behind D Vickers Hall in order to keep pedestrians and other drivers safe.

Updates at D Vickers parking lot

Jordyn Franklin, Staff Reporter October 22, 2020

Recently, updates were made to the parking lot behind D Vickers. The road between D Vickers and the Kinesiology building was modified as well. Due to safety concerns brought to the university committee,...

Dr. Joan Faust smiles and poses in her Shakespeare corner, including her Shakespeare-themed doll and rubber duck. Dr. Joan Faust smiles and poses in her Shakespeare corner, including her Shakespeare-themed doll and rubber duck.

Faculty member to retire after over 20 years of service

Briyana Anderson, Staff Reporter March 6, 2020

A university faculty member, after over 20 years of service, is preparing to retire. Joan Faust, an English professor and undergraduate coordinator, will be retiring after the Spring 2020 semester. Faust...

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