Southeastern will celebrate the legacy of the late Civil Rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. with a candlelight processional and program on Wednesday, Jan. 18.
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Barbecue planned before Jan. 21 Lions vs. Northwestern basketball game
The first 1,000 alumni, friends and students attending the Lions vs. Northwestern State Demons basketball game at the University Center on Saturday afternoon, Jan. 21, will be treated to a free barbecue, compliments of the Alumni Association and Division of Student Affairs.
Alumni Director Kathy Pittman said alumni and community fans can obtain barbecue tickets by showing their game tickets at the Alumni Association tent, which will be located at the University Center’s Gate 3. Students can obtain lunch tickets at the Gate 3 student entrance.
The lunch of hamburgers, baked potatoes, dessert and beverages will be served from 11:45 a.m. to 12:45 p.m.
The Lions will tip off against Southland Conference foe Northwestern at 1 p.m. in a match that will be televised live on Fox Sports Southwest.
“Alumni and friends will be provided a special area in the University Center where they can enjoy the lunch and mingle prior to the game. Children are welcome,” Pittman said. “Come be on TV, wear your green and gold and show your Southeastern spirit.”
Pittman said alumni and friends should call the Alumni Association, 985-549-2150 to ensure lunch reservations.
As part of the “Jam the Jungle” student activities also associated with the Lions and Lady Lions games, the first 1,000 Southeastern students will receive a free t-shirt and a variety of games and prizes.
Fans can also stay for the 3 p.m. Lady Lions vs. Tulane game, which is also “FE-Lions Day.” FE-Lions members can pick up their tickets at Gate 3.
For additional information about the barbecue, contact the Alumni Association at 985-549-2150.
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Dealing with change
The Comprehensive Public Training Program, a section of the Louisiana Division of Administration, is sponsoring a program on campus on Tuesday, Jan. 31 entitled "Dealing with Change." It is scheduled from 8:15 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. This one day class will help participants implement strategies and techniques to help themselves adapt to various changes in their work situations and is open to employees with their supervisor's approval. Pre-registration is required by the state. Please contact Jan Ortego at extension 5771 for more details on the program and for registration information.
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United Way update
Thanks for another successful United Way campaign! The university's current contribution is more than $34,800! We are hoping to reach $35,000 so if you haven't contributed, please consider doing so. A special thanks to the units below for reaching 100 percent participation!
Accounting; Admissions & Financial Aid; Alumni Office; Assistant Dean, Student Development; Assistant Vice President, Technology; Assistant Vice President for Academic Affairs; Auxiliary Services Marketing; CAP Center; Center for Faculty Excellence; College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences; College of Education and Human Development; College of General Studies; College of Nursing & Health Sciences; College Science & Technology; Department of General Studies; Development Foundation; Development Office; Education Opportunity Center;, EEO/ADA Office;
Also, Foreign Languages & Literatures; General Business; General Studies Advising; Honors Program; Human Resources Office; KSLU; Leadership Development/Student Activities; Management; Office of Career Services; Office of Student Teaching; President's Office; Psychology; Public Information; Records & Registration; Special Development Activities; Sponsored Research & Grants; Student Enhancement Services; Student Success Courses; Testing; Upward Bound-Tangipahoa 98-99; Vice President, University Advancement; Vice President, Administration & Finance.
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Southeastern football to host "Super Bowl Extravaganza"
Fans of Southeastern Football can be a part of the Lions’ Super Bowl Extravaganza joining head coach Dennis Roland and the rest of the coaching staff Sunday, February 5 at the Hammond Holiday Inn.
The pre-game party begins at 4:30 p.m. with kickoff scheduled for 5:30 p.m. Heavy hors d’oeuvres and soft drinks will be available and fans can catch the big game on large screens as well as play interactive games.
Cost is $100 per couple or $60 for individuals. A cash bar will be available. All proceeds support the Southeastern Football program.
Space is limited. Reserve your spot early by calling 985-549-5550.
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