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The Official Student News Media of Southeastern Louisiana University

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New year brings swift changes to coasting device policy

New year brings swift changes to coasting device policy

Sabrina Benoit, Staff Reporter January 15, 2024

On Nov. 7, 2023, the university made some revisions to the 2016 university policy on electronic coasting devices barring them from certain areas on campus. The university noticed at the beginning...

A guide to parking on campus

A guide to parking on campus

Sabrina Benoit, Staff Reporter October 26, 2023

Many students have expressed that parking on campus is a very important and sometimes confusing part of being a student at Southeastern. There are specific zones for faculty and staff, students, residential...

Students sit socially distanced on the Lion Traxx shuttle bus as they head to their next destination. In order to use university transportation, students are required to follow all safety protocols and regulations.

Lion Traxx implements new disinfection devices

Austin Dewease, Staff Reporter March 3, 2021

The Lion Traxx transportation system implemented a no-touch continuous disinfection device on all shuttles this spring semester along with other measures to combat the spread of COVID-19. Mounted halfway...

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,...

The Lion Traxx has been operating this semester after taking several precautionary measures. The shuttles will only have two active stops this semester.

Transportation Services’ implements safety measures on all shuttles

Elana Guillory, Staff Reporter August 24, 2020

Over the summer, Lion Traxx implemented new safety precautions following statewide efforts to reduce the spread of the coronavirus on campus.  Capacity on the shuttles has been cut in half, disinfection...

Student’s bicycles are chained to a bike rack outside of St. Tammany Residence Hall. To use a bicycle on campus, students must register their bicycle with the Office of Transportation Services.

Transportation Services registers bicycles

Dylan Meche, Staff Reporter September 17, 2019

Safety is paramount for all kinds of vehicles, including bicycles. In order to better ensure the safety of all students, the Office of Transportation Services requires all bikes to be registered through...

Bus drivers of the Lion Traxx shuttle service attributed their favorite part of the job to meeting and interacting with students. The shuttle service operates from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Monday through Thursday.

What happens in the Lion Traxx shuttles: a driver’s perspective

Gerard Borne, Staff Reporter May 13, 2019

Since its start over a decade ago, thousands of students have used the Lion Traxx shuttle service.    Gary Prescott, director of Transportation Services, enjoys interacting with students using Lion...

Transportation Services is looking at places on campus where more bicycle racks could benefit both students and faculty following the instituted bicycle policy that will require registration starting on Jan. 1, 2019.

Mandatory bike registration

Jacob Summerville, Staff Reporter October 22, 2018

Once an optional process, students and faculty should make a note about the university’s new policy that requires bikes used on campus to be registered with the university. According to Director of...

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