Southeastern welcomes students back for the start of classes this week while we continue to keep all faculty, staff and students who are not yet able to make it to campus in our thoughts as the region works to recover from devastating flooding.
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Attention! The bicentennial for the West Florida Revolt has found a path to the Center.
In recognition of the bicentennial, the Center has designed an exhibit to shed light
on this obscure topic. Open to the public and available for all ages, this exhibit
is sure to "enlighten locals and visitors about a time long forgotten in Louisiana,"
according to a recent patron. Don't miss out on this exciting adventure of how Louisiana
became the state it is today.
Also, in conjunction with an EPA grant, the Center is presenting an exhibit designed to highlight the major forces behind the degradation of the Manchac ecosystem.Graduate Assistant Matthew Doolittle, who coordinated the procurement of many of the display centerpieces, is ebullient over some of the items. “We have assembled an assortment of our woodland friends from the Florida parishes,” he exclaimed.“Visitors to the exhibit will see muskrat, beaver, fox, nutria, bobwhite quail, and other surprises.” We aimed to attract the maximum public attention when we designed our various EPA projects.Unlike past exhibits, this one is geared primarily toward the junior set or a group we like to call “future policy makers.”Certainly adults will benefit from the display, but children especially will enjoy the dimly-lit swamp walk and the eerie sound chamber in which youngsters will be ensconced in total darkness while their ears are bombarded with swamp sounds. In short, the Center's new exhibit promises to educate and to entertain both young and old.
If you would like to arrange a special tour for school age children or to inquire further information, please contact the Center at 985-549-2151.