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The Lion's Roar

Letter to the Editor: Response to “Roe v. Wade’s long overdue (apparent) repeal and its worrying response from abortion advocates”

Dalyn Wilson May 11, 2022

To Dylan Meche, Opinions Editor: I take issue with the fact that you chose to publish your Roe v. Wade article at the end of the semester, when many of us who would ordinarily retaliate against it are...

Lady Lions softball round up in a circle. Their first game for the Spring will be in North Oak Park, Feb. 11 against Southeast Missouri.

Southeastern Softball eyes steadily approaching season

Chase Gispert, Staff Reporter February 2, 2022

After finishing fifth in the Southland last year, the Lady Lions will look to improve upon their win total in 2022. There will be five fewer teams in the conference with the departures of Central Arkansas,...

The Chief’s Brief – September 2021​

September 22, 2021

September 22, 2021 Welcome to this month’s Chief’s Brief. This is a monthly feature to let you, the Lion community, know what has been happening on campus, where you can meet an...

(From right to left) Sustainability manager Alejandro Martinez introduces Physical Plant Director Bryon Patterson, U.S. Rep. Steve Scalise and University President John L. Crain to the Sustainability Center. The SEED Building is an educational experience where they learn about geothermal heating, solar power and more.

Southeastern’s Sustainability Center wins national award

Rachel Folse, Staff Reporter May 13, 2021

Southeastern’s Sustainability Center received the Green Ribbon Schools Postsecondary Sustainability Award from the U.S. Department of Education last month.  The university was one of only five postsecondary...

Letter to the Editor: March 30 Issue

Daniel Mintz April 3, 2021

Dear Editor,  Even before the pandemic, one in three students at four-year colleges nationwide struggled to afford adequate food while in school. The pandemic has made that situation worse.  Despite...

Pictured left to right, Kourtni Harris, Cilicia Thornton and Riketta Griffin are proud members of the Flipside dance team. For them, Flipside has provided them with a way to alleviate stress and embrace cultural heritage.

Students find freedom and family through dance

Symiah Dorsey, Staff Reporter March 6, 2021

For over 15 years, a dance organization on campus has provided a safe space for students to embody their culture and alleviate their stress. Flipside, a dance group founded by Southeastern alum Anthony...

Senior fullback Damien Dawson gets tackled in the red zone.

Last week in sports: Feb. 22- March 1

Gerard Borne, Editor-in-Chief March 2, 2021

The Lady Lions women’s basketball team continued to stay hot as they extended their winning streak to six games with victories over McNeese State University and Northwestern State University. On Feb....

Lions three-game losing streak continues against LSU

Gerard Borne and December 1, 2020

On Monday night, the Lions took their talents to Baton Rouge to knock off in-state opponents Louisiana State University.  The Tigers earned the win after defeating the Lions 96-43. LSU started hot...

Isaac Adeyemi-Berglund celebrates a sack in the 2018 matchup against Louisiana State University. The Lions lost to the Tigers 31-0 to fall to 0-2.

Adeyemi-Berglund selected third to Stampeders

Gerard Borne, Staff Reporter May 15, 2020

Isaac Adeyemi-Berglund, Canadian native from Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, did something a university football player has never done before. Adeyemi-Berglund was the first-ever Lion selected in the Canadian...

SADD addresses alcohol concerns of multiple age groups

SADD addresses alcohol concerns of multiple age groups

Jordyn Franklin, Staff Reporter May 11, 2020

Students Against Destructive Decisions, a new organization on campus, aims to address the dangers of underage alcohol use. The organization was founded in 1981, and Tangipahoa Parish’s branch was...

Home remedies that include ingredients such as garlic are rumored to treat COVID-19. While home remedies might alleviate symptoms of the coronavirus, there is no definite cure as of March 2020.

Coronavirus: Myths vs. Facts

Elana Guillory, Staff Reporter April 3, 2020

False information for the COVID-19 virus has been circulating social media platforms since the beginning of the pandemic. Heat, essential oils, garlic, chlorine dioxide and other fake vaccines have...

Southland Conference to re-evaluate spring competition on March 30

Southland Conference to re-evaluate spring competition on March 30

Jacob Lofton, Staff Reporter March 27, 2020

As the university continues to transition to online classes and remote learning, the university’s sports teams have had to make many changes as well. As of March 14, the Southland Conference “cancelled...

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