News & EventsJULY 31, 2014
Area middle, high schoolers gain exposure to robotics at Southeastern camp
Nearly 50 area middle and high school students from the northshore region received first-hand exposu…Registration open for Southeastern Community Music School
Registration is underway for the fall session of Southeastern Louisiana University's Community Music…Southeastern's Cypress Restoration Project to benefit from lawsuit settlement
Wetlands scientists and students at Southeastern Louisiana University this fall will be using a rece…
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The university's radio station is heard throughout Hammond and the surrounding communities. Many announcers are communication students training for careers in the broadcast industry.
There's a little piece of lagniappe behind the curtain at Southeastern's historic Columbia Theatre for the Performing Arts in downtown Hammond. For more than 10 years, performers – from local artists to marquee acts – have left their marks on a backstage brick wall, making it as much a showpiece as the venue itself. The wall features signatures from the likes of Boys II Men, Irma Thomas, Amanda Shaw, Pete Fountain and the WWII Museum's Victory Belles.