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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

Members of the Spanish Club visited Sam DiVittorio, owner of Realty Executives Florida Parishes, who donated a substantial amount of money to promote the study abroad program in Salamanca, Spain.

Local businessman’s donation helps Spanish Club study abroad

Bogi Csordas, Staff Reporter May 17, 2024

The Spanish Club at Southeastern Louisiana University received a financial boost from a local businessman which will be used for the Study Abroad program.  Realty Executives Florida Parishes owner...

Brazilian graduate student Thais Lindemayer Gomes represents Southeastern Pride and the community of international students at SLU.

Thais Lindemayer’s legacy at Southeastern

Bogi Csordas, Staff Reporter February 6, 2024

When Brazilian student-athlete Thais Lindemayer Gomes transferred from a junior college in 2019, she never imagined she’d have such an impact on the community and atmosphere of Southeastern.  Gomes...

Students gather around the Altar de Muertos, which was used by the Spanish Club to celebrate Dia de los Muertos. The altar is lined with pictures of and items important to loved ones who have passed away.

Students experience Hispanic culture in celebration of Día de los Muertos

Kennith Woods, Staff Reporter November 3, 2022

Southeastern students celebrated Día de los Muertos outside the University Police Department on Wednesday night. The holiday honors loved ones who have passed away with a 24-hour reunion of the living...

Three students gathered in front of the Student Union talking. Student organizations recently had to deal with postponing their on campus events for several days.

How matters are looking for campus events this spring

Chloe Williams, Staff Reporter February 4, 2022

A few days before the start of the semester, Dean of Students Dr. Gabe Willis emailed all student organization leaders that due to concern over the ongoing COVID-19 surge, all events excluding meetings...

The Spanish Club talks to students about cultural knowledge with their booth at the Day in the Park event that took place on Sept. 30. Top left to right: Zachary McCray, Bryant Paul Fontenot, Ruben Pereyra, Juan Castro, Sharon Ortiz, Teresa Huerta, Emily Petit. Bottom left To right: Kathery Esqueda, Zaira Martinez and Vanessa Hernandez.

Hispanic Heritage Month shows campus diversity

Rachel Folse, Staff Reporter October 13, 2021

Hispanic Heritage Month is celebrated from Sept. 15 to Oct. 15 each year. It was first acknowledged in the U.S. by Lyndon B. Johnson in 1968 as “Hispanic Heritage Week,” and it was expanded by Ronald...

In honor of Day of the Dead, The Spanish Club stands by their handmade cultural display outside of the Sims Memorial Library in November of 2020.

Spanish club promotes cultural integration during isolated times

Austin Dewease, Staff Reporter May 14, 2021

The Spanish Club found ways to stay active during COVID-19 and is making plans to become further engaged for the fall 2021 semester.  The organization is dedicated to giving students and faculty the...

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