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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...

SGA Vice President Matt Mathews talks to the senate about the chief justices resignation.

SGA discusses chief justice resignation, safety and more at senate meeting

Chloe Williams and Kennith Woods November 28, 2023

During its senate meeting on the Monday before Thanksgiving break, the Student Government Association (SGA) discussed Chief Justice Aaliyah Muhammad's resignation, which came after the internal affairs...

Tips to stay safe this Halloween

Tips to stay safe this Halloween

Lindsay Miller, Staff Reporter October 30, 2023

Halloween can be a scarily fun time of year. With people walking around in costumes and masks covering their face, it’s hard to tell who is who. Since it may be harder to tell who’s behind the mask...

The Hammond Fire Department and the University Police Department respond to a smoke alert in Louisiana Hall. Oct. 12, 2023.

Louisiana Hall residents evacuated due to smoke

Kennith Woods, News Editor October 12, 2023

On Thursday afternoon, the University Police Department (UPD) and the Hammond Fire Department evacuated Louisiana Hall residents and cleared out smoke from the building’s machine room.  UPD Chief...

Thais Lindemayer Gomes, a second-year graduate student studying health promotion, asks Chief Michael Beckner a question as her peers listen intently.

Know your First Amendment rights with UPD

Lindsay Miller, Staff Reporter September 28, 2023

On Tuesday, the University Police Department held a free speech seminar in the Student Union for all students to understand their  First Amendment rights.  At 5:30 p.m., UPD Chief Michael Beckner...

SGA Chief Justice Aaliyah Muhammad, President Lacey Johnson and Vice President Matt Matthews (left to right) show their lion pride by showcasing a fierce “Lion Up.”

The Big Three hit the ground running in 2023

Hydee Holsapple, Copy Editor August 13, 2023

The Student Government Association (SGA) Big Three for 2023 dive into their elected roles.  President Lacey Johnson, Vice President Matt Matthews and Chief Justice Aaliyah Muhammad have begun working...

With the Active Assailant Training, SLU’s UPD pushes for strong connections and communication with students and faculty.

UPD holds active assailant training

Samantha Sims, Staff Reporter October 2, 2022

On Wednesday the University Police Department held an active assailant presentation for all students and faculty of Southeastern.  UPD hosts the presentation usually once per semester to inform students...

To keep students informed, UPD police chief Michael Beckner writes a monthly Chiefs Brief, where he talks about recent events regarding UPD and SLU.

Campus crime rates declining under UPD initiatives

Austin O'Brien, News Editor September 27, 2022

With the tragic shooting of Allison Rice right outside of Louisiana State University, many at Southeastern are wondering how crime rates stand this semester when compared to others.  In the Fall 2022...

Students voice concerns at SGA town hall

Students voice concerns at SGA town hall

Yumi Domangue, Staff Reporter September 19, 2022

President of the SGA Baileigh Picou convened a town hall meeting on Sept. 15 to hear students’ perspectives on campus life. The meetings, hosted by SGA and the Office of Multicultural and International...

Announcements from the UPD will be on the front page of Lion Safe, creating another line of communication between UPD and students.

SLU police introduce new app to keep students safe

Austin O'Brien, Staff Reporter July 18, 2022

With the Fall 2022 semester around the corner, SLU’s University Police Department has released a new app that will allow students to feel safer on campus. Called Lion Safe, the app has multiple features...

From left to right: UPD Chief Michael Beckner presents the Chiefs Award for Courage to officers Tyrone Garrison, David Miller and Tyler Theard (not pictured) and sergeants Ronald Plaisance, Johnathan Edwards and William Smith for their actions in response to the May 19 shooting at the University Center.

UPD officers recognized for response to May 19 University Center shooting

Brynn Lundy, Co-Editor July 11, 2022

Six University Police Department officers responded to the shooting at the University Center following Hammond High School’s graduation on the evening of May 19. The officers were recognized on campus...

University Police shared an image of the actual suspect vehicle after sending the initial campus incident alert. The suspect associated with the incident reported earlier was quickly identified and is now in custody.

University Police responds to report of abduction and sexual assault incident on campus

Dylan Meche, Opinions Editor May 5, 2022

Editor’s Note: This post has been modified to include updated information. At 3:44 p.m. UPD released that the suspect associated with the incident reported earlier this morning was quickly identified...

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