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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

Roomie and the SLU Gaming club play video games at Strawberry Jubilee in April. SLU Gaming and all Southeastern student organizations must submit the Student Organization Recognition Packets to OSE in order to be officially recognized as a student organization on campus.

Student organization recognition packets have new requirements

Chloe Williams, Staff Reporter September 27, 2021

On Friday, Aug. 13, the Office for Student Engagement sent out an email to inform students that the Student Organization Recognition Packets are available to fill out.  To be recognized as an official...

Miss Southeastern 2021 Lily Gayle placed in the Top Ten during the 2021 Miss Louisiana competition this past weekend in Monroe, La. Gayle, a senior communication major, received multiple scholarships as a semi-finalist.

Southeastern breaks the Top Ten at Miss Louisiana Competition 2021

Chloe Williams, Reporter June 22, 2021

On Saturday, June 19, Lily Gayle, Miss Green and Gold, was announced as a finalist in the Top Ten on the final night of the Miss Louisiana competition. Gayle is the first Southeastern representative...

More organizations on campus have been using Zoom to hold meetings and engage with each other. The office of student engagement is one of the many campus organizations taking advantage of this .

Virtual student engagement takes over campus life

Austin Dewease, Staff Reporter April 9, 2020

Ever since the majority of students, faculty and staff moved off-campus due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Office for Student Engagement has been finding ways to interact with students. From social media...

Matt Riser, head coach of baseball, shares his personal experience with substance addiction in college and discusses the importance of getting help. In the first half of the Mocktails event, the guest panel had an interaction with students to raise awareness for substance abuse.

Mocktails guest panel creates dialogue with students

Symiah Dorsey, Staff Reporter November 19, 2019

Prior to attending an annual social engagement, students had the opportunity to learn about the repercussions of substance abuse in a college climate. The Office for Student Engagement and Campus Activities...

Sigma Sigma Sigma sorority hands out drinks under their display during the 2018 Mocktails. This year, the event will take place outside of the War Memorial Student Union instead of the parking garage.

Event additions reshape Mocktails

Jacob Summerville, Editor-in-Chief November 12, 2019

From a guest panel to a mechanical bull, an annual event is seeing multiple changes this semester. Hosted by the Office for Student Engagement and the Campus Activities Board, “Wild, Wild Western...

Leadership Ambassadors encourage others to be more engaged on campus

Leadership Ambassadors encourage others to be more engaged on campus

Dylan Meche, Staff Reporter October 4, 2019

Every year, a group of students are chosen to help better engage students on campus. The Southeastern Leadership Ambassadors is a group of 20-25 student leaders who help the university with a variety...

At the Silent Disco, students switched among three channels and DJs on their headphones. The Office for Student Engagement plans to incorporate the event into every semester to promote student involvement.

A disco sparks student engagement

Diamond Hollins, Staff Reporter February 1, 2019

The Office for Student Engagement owned up to its name by hosting a "Silent Disco" to promote student involvement. The disco was held on Jan. 31 from 7-11 p.m. in the Student Union Ballroom. Arranging...

Tyron’E Hawkins served as one of the emcees for the “Miss Southeastern Louisiana University Pageant” last fall.

A day in the life of Tyron’E Hawkins

Jacob Summerville, Staff Reporter August 28, 2018

Among the numerous paths after obtaining their bachelor’s degrees, some students decide to continue their education in graduate or professional school. Tyron’E Hawkins, graduate assistant for Greek...

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