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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

SGA President Lacey Johnson gives her attention to Title IX Coordinator and Title IX panel moderator Teressa Leday.

SGA President Lacey Johnson expresses the importance of “keeping students at the table” for Title IX discussion

Yumi Domangue, Staff Reporter & Graphic Designer November 6, 2023

On Wednesday, Nov. 1, Southeastern and state leaders spoke on recent Title IX legislation and what can be done moving forward. Louisiana State Senator Regina Barrow (D-15) talked about the recent legislation...

Both The Lions Roar Newspaper and the Le Souvenir yearbook have been in continuous circulation since 1937 and 1929 respectively with the exception of one volume of Le Souvenir during the World War II era. Today, the student-led publications continue to strive for serving the Southeastern and Hammond community with timely news and meaningful memories.

A time of transition: Student Publications undergoes changes to budget and production

Symiah Dorsey and Dylan Meche December 14, 2021

Southeastern has reduced the budget for the Office of Student Publications by 50 percent in order to facilitate additional Title IX officers on campus.   The university lowered its Student Publications...

Sorority members address sexual assault on campus

Sorority members address sexual assault on campus

Symiah Dorsey, Staff Reporter September 28, 2020

Discussions of sexual assault on campus have peaked in the past weeks due to surveys circulating within the Greek Life community. On Sept. 17, the university released an announcement via mass email,...

Education Secretary Betsy DeVos announced new set of rules regarding sexual assault on campus that will allow the accused a right to live hearing and to cross examine accusers.

New rights granted to the accused in cases of sexual assault on campuses

Maggie Tregre, Staff Reporter June 16, 2020

Education Secretary Betsy DeVos, announced a new set of rules regarding how campuses will handle cases of sexual assault, including new rights for those who are accused. According to The Washington...

For “Take Back the Night Rally,” students marched with posters around campus and chanted to raise awareness about sexual assault. Scheduled during Sexual Assault Awareness Month, the march is part of a national campaign to engage students and educate them on the issue.

Sexual Harassment: addressing the issue

Maiah Woodring, Staff Reporter April 9, 2019

Identifying what constitutes sexual harassment can be critical to confronting it. According to the National Sexual Violence Resource Center, one in five women will be raped at some point in their lives....

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