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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

The dark shadow over America’s brightest

The dark shadow over America’s brightest

Philip le Riche, Staff Reporter March 4, 2022

The shock is palpable. How many times had she stood on stage with a broad smile? The picture of success – a cum laude business school graduate, a lawyer, television host and most famously, Miss USA 2019....

With winter rolling in, so do the effects of seasonal depression arising around campus. University Counseling Center meets with students every day to help manage any and all hidden struggles.

With changing seasons come changing emotional states

Haley Dupré, Staff Reporter November 30, 2021

As the temperature begins to drop, so do people’s spirits. Across the world, many people experience the effects of seasonal affective disorder, or SAD.  SAD is a form of depression that occurs each...

The Nu Delta Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority stands with the three speakers of the Unspoken Voices seminar. In the front row, the speakers from left to right are Marcela Spicuzza, Paige Moody and Jessica McMillian.

Nu Delta brings awareness to the impact of uncontrolled emotions

Austin O'Brien, Staff Reporter October 26, 2021

The Nu Delta Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority hosted an event seminar called “Unspoken Voices,” where students listened to speakers talk about ways to help keep their emotions under control in...

The University’s Counseling Center has begun offering teletherapy services.  The UCC is located in the Student Union Annex room 303 A, next to the Center for Student Excellence.

Students adapt to virtual counseling

Symiah Dorsey, Staff Reporter October 8, 2020

As circumstances have continued to change, the face of mental health on campus has changed as well. Maintaining relationships with campus services might be a struggle for some students. The University...

University Counseling Center to offer teletherapy and online services

University Counseling Center to offer teletherapy and online services

Symiah Dorsey, Staff Reporter April 9, 2020

Despite the vacancy of students on campus, university centers have remained committed to providing services to faculty, staff and students during the pandemic. The University Counseling Center has announced...

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...

Mindfulness keeping the mind on track

Diamond Hollins, Staff Reporter November 26, 2018

The University Counseling Center created an opportunity to help students manage their stress in preparation for their finals. The "Mindfulness Tent" took place on Nov. 26 from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. in...

Nightlife in cities like Hammond includes heading out to bars or parties.

Being bright about late night

Zachary Araki, A&E Editor August 28, 2018

With college-aged, that is women between 18-24 years of age, facing a greater risk of rape, students should take extra caution. Freshmen and sophomores face an increased risk of rape or sexual assault....

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