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The Official Student News Media of Southeastern Louisiana University

The Lion's Roar

Dr. Wainwright smiling towards the future just outside of Dyson Hall with Friendship Oak in sight.

Get to know Southeastern’s new president: Dr. William Wainwright

Chloe Williams and Chase Gispert August 14, 2023

On April 27, Dr. William S. Wainwright was announced as Southeastern’s fifteenth president.  The Louisiana native succeeds Dr. John L. Crain, who held the position for just over 14 years since...

The Mane Dish has many options available for many different diets, but concerns from students are still prevalent.

Thoughts on the Mane Dish from students and staff

Kate Oborina, Staff Reporter May 1, 2023

Southeastern Louisiana University has a variety of food choices for students and employees, from Starbucks, Subway and Taco Bell to the campus’s cafeteria, “Mane Dish.”  The Mane Dish is a...

Chef Trey blends flavors together during the shrimp and grits pop-up in the Mane Dish. Chef Trey looks forward to bringing new and old food events to students.

Out of the fryer and into the frying pan: Meet Mane Dish’s executive Chef Trey Moses

Abigail Fischer, Staff Reporter November 8, 2022

Chef Trey Moses recently joined Southeastern’s community as the Mane Dish’s new executive chef and is looking forward to sharing his passion for food and cooking with students and his fellow staff. Moses...

Washington holds a banner gifted to her when she retired. The banner is signed by faculty, staff and students.

40 years of smiles: A glimpse at Mrs. Rachel Washington’s time at Southeastern

Abigail Fischer, Staff Reporter May 2, 2022

Happy, caring, hardworking, funny – these are qualities that come to mind when students and faculty talk about the lady affectionately known as Mrs. Rachel. Rachel Washington retired March 30 from...

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...

Mane Dish workers serve students buffalo wings with seasoned fries and their choice of sauces and vegetables.

Dining Services implements people’s choice station in Mane Dish

Austin Dewease, Staff Reporter February 3, 2021

Dining Services has recently implemented a new food stand in the Mane Dish called The People’s Pop-Up. The pop-up serves food once a week voted on by students as an effort to give students the opportunity...

The Mane Dish and the Ascension Market are open for select hours for residents that remain on campus for the week of Aug. 24-30. However, the Lions Den Food Court at the Student Union and other dining locations on campus will be closed for the week.

Dining hours altered for remaining residents due to temporary campus closure

Brynn Lundy, Staff Reporter August 25, 2020

On Aug. 23, the university encouraged all residents capable of doing so to head home for the week in the wake of the hurricane warnings. Many university students chose to move out of on-campus housing...

Students, faculty and staff who suffer from allergies can use the allergenic free food line at the Mane Dish.

Mane Dish adds option for those with allergies

Maggie Tregre, Staff Reporter October 4, 2019

A new dining station was added to the Mane Dish to accommodate people with dietary restrictions. The True Balance station provides not only healthy meal options, but it also takes into account some common...

Dining options that fit better for students

Dining options that fit better for students

Shaelyn Martinez, Staff Reporter May 14, 2019

Being a freshman on campus, I constantly hear the phrase, “Bring the Popeyes back,” from all the upperclassmen. Even though Popeyes is not the healthiest choice, older students miss it. I think they...

You need it, you got it

You need it, you got it

Zachary Araki, A&E Editor August 7, 2018

By being properly informed, students can make the most of university resources for success. At the Sims Memorial Library on SGA Drive, students can access computers, printers, study rooms and books...

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