2021 Le Souvenir

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Le Souvenir 2021

Southeastern Louisiana University

Vol. 92

Enrollment: 14,461

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Hammond, LA


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Student Life pg. 4

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Academics pg. 50

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pg. 72

Graduates pg. 132

Index pg. 184

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Athletics & Spirit Groups


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Trevor Tolar skates across the crosswalk in front of Sims Memorial Library. Brynn Lundy

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A Year Like No Other COVID on campus

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In March 2020, students, faculty and staff were in for a shock as the university shut down and moved to remote operations due to the rise of the coronavirus pandemic, or COVID-19.

The fall semester saw a large number of online and virtual/asynchronous classes. Many in-person classes had to be moved into larger rooms or split into smaller groups that only attended class on a specific schedule to comply with capacity restrictions. Student organizations could not meet in person for the first few months, and other locations such as the library and the Student Union adjusted their seating to allow for a limited number of visitors at a time.

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Even though the campus was closed through the rest of the Spring 2020 semester, new safety regulations were established so that the campus could re-open with limited capacity for the 2020-2021 academic year.

While these changes did have an impact on the student experience, the faculty and administration faced their own share of difficulties during the reopening of campus. Dr. Tena Golding, provost and vice president for academic affairs, explained the challenges that the university administration faced while preparing for the 2020-2021 academic year. “The biggest challenge was preparing for the unknown,” Golding said. “In the academic area, that meant creating a balance of course offerings and delivery formats to accommodate the needs for face-to-face and remote learning – knowing those needs could change at any time. Our goal was to offset unpredictability with flexibility, while maintaining safety guidelines, quality of instruction, an appropriate level of student engagement and the academic rigor of the course. We then had to provide the technology, training and support needed to make it happen.”

A Northshore Technical Community College nursing student fills a syringe with a dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. Vaccines were originally only available to certain individuals before they were offered to all students, faculty and staff. Maggie Tregre

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The COVID-19 vaccine was offered for free through the university. Nursing students administered doses of the Pfizer vaccine to students, faculty and staff. Brynn Lundy Signs on the computers in the library indicate where people can and cannot sit. Signs like these were placed all around campus in order to promote staying six feet apart. Nick Herring

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The first round of available vaccines were given by nursing students in the REC. During this first round, only those 70 years old or older as well as faculty, students and staff of allied health programs were qualified to be vaccinated on campus. Maggie Tregre

Self-administrated COVID-19 tests were available in pop-up booths throughout the year. Students would swab the inside of their nose and then wait for the results to be sent to the NAVICA app on their phone. Nick Herring

Certain campus amenities, such as the Lion Traxx bus system, had to be altered during the pandemic. The buses ran at a lower capacity than usual and only made two stops: outside of the student union and on North Campus near the freshman parking lot. Victoria Buras

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Making Adjustments Fall semester introduces new safety guidelines

Roomie wears his mask while sitting in the Student Union Food Court with other students. Face coverings were required while inside all campus buildings as well as outdoors in large gatherings. Randy Bergeron

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Families unload their cars to begin moving students into the residence halls. University Housing could not host "Move-In Mania" due to safety regulations, and instead move-in was extended over several days to allow for social distancing and capacity limitations. Jordyn Franklin

Students visit the library before classes start so they can see what has been posted on Moodle. Signs were hung on every other computer in the library to keep people from using them and to promote social distancing indoors. Jordyn Franklin 8

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Rental textbooks are loaded into a truck for delivery to residence halls. Residential students had their textbooks delivered to them in the Fall 2020 semester as a safety precaution. Maggie Tregre

Plexiglass dividers were placed on all surfaces, such as the tables and counters in the Student Union. Stickers were also put on the floor six feet apart. Symiah Dorsey

Fast food restaurants in the Student Union were modified to ensure the safety of workers and customers. Several locations stopped accepting cash as an additional safety measure. Symiah Dorsey

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The textbook rental window became a drive-thru for students to pick up their books. Students were told to sign up for a specific time slot. Maggie Tregre

A stack of boxes containing rental textbooks sits in the lobby of Pride Hall. Residents could pick up their books from their residence hall instead of waiting in line at textbook rental. Maggie Tregre


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As Seen on Campus

Adam Pennington, senior marketing major and track and field studentathlete, shouts into a bullhorn at football players from Lamar University at a home game on Apr. 3. Nick Herring

Pandemic puts a new perspective on student life To-go boxes are a common sight as students grab a quick bite from the Mane Dish on their way through the Student Union. Nick Herring

Taibrea Johnson, freshman business administration major, and Rayan Jones, junior social work major, eat dinner and study outside of the Student Union. Nick Herring

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Isabelle Mayfield, a freshman nursing major, studies in the War Memorial Student Union on her laptop, as many classes were moved online to comply with COVID-19 regulations. Nick Herring 10

Lion Up Tuesday gave students the opportunity to wear green and gold and showcase their school spirit. Dylan Meche

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Eden Scully, left, Emma Guillot and Kylee Langevin take time to relax by the Hurricane Katrina memorial fountain.

Face shields were also an acceptable face covering instead of masks.

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Victoria Buras

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Macall Braud, Isabel Jurenka, Micayla Mendel, Gabrielle Johnson and Heather Taylor, all biological sciences majors, visit with each other outside of Starbucks and talk about each others classes. Nick Herring

The locked doors of the residence halls can only be opened when residents scan their ID cards to gain entry. Tamara Williams

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After a busy first week of classes, a group of students take a break from studying to pose for a picture outside of the Student Union.


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Nicholas Hooper, freshman industrial technology major, helps tutor Adele Wendt, junior psychology major, with chemistry homework. Nick Herring

The Pennington Student Activity Center provides students with a place stay active on campus. Students had to play while wearing masks in order to comply with COVID-19 policies. Symiah Dorsey

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Abby Gros, senior kinesiology major, and Sarah Shoun, junior kinesiology major, spend time studying in the library while wearing masks and sitting separate from each other. Nick Herring

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A member of Intervarsity Christian Fellowship hands out fliers to students and raises awareness about the organization. Tamara Williams

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Alison Garaudy, senior occupational safety, health, and environment major, and April Coker, senior management major, sit together in the Student Union and eat while a plexiglass barrier separates them. Nick Herring

Orientation leaders Claire Krousel, sophomore nursing major, and Madison Burnette, junior kinesiology major Lion Up outside of the Student Union as part of Homecoming Week's Lion Up Tuesday. Brynn Lundy

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Rachael Tullier and Victoria Rocquin smile for the camera in the student section of Strawberry Stadium. Tullier and Rocquin attended the home football game against Lamar on Apr. 3. Nick Herring

Even outdoors, masks were still required when larger groups of people were present, such as outside of the Student Union.

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Students stand in front of a group of religious preachers and hold homemade signs that read "Stronger Together" and "Black Lives Matter." Nick Herring

Danielle Wick, junior art major, sits outside of Sims Memorial Library and listens to music on her phone while wearing a mask. Nick Herring

Rayelin Hammond, left, Mackenzie David, Avery Wales, and Kaitlyn Bradford pose in front of Friendship Circle's lion statue dressed in green and gold. Nick Herring

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Roomie the Lion poses for a picture during Homecoming Week.

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Where's Roomie? Celebrating Homecoming from home

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A pandemic couldn’t stop Southeastern Louisiana University from holding its annual Homecoming celebration. The university’s Homecoming Week was formally announced on Sept. 28, 2020 and was advertised as “Homecoming @ Home.” The 2020 theme, “Where’s Roomie?” assigned student organizations with themes that were derived from spy and detective media, such as “Inspector Gadget,” “Austin Powers” and “Kim Possible.” However, this year was especially different in that student organizations were only given two weeks to prepare for on-campus events.

Instead of primarily in-person events, this year’s Homecoming saw a combination of both in-person and virtual events in order to keep students and faculty safe. Additionally, many activities were adapted to conform with COVID-19 regulations. For instance, instead of having a traditional Homecoming Parade, participants drove by in their vehicles while students tossed goodies to them from their parade tents.

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L'Oreal Williams, Kaysha Joseph and Jada Butler Lion Up at the Reverse Homecoming Parade. Several student organizations set up tents and passed out goodies during the parade. Sarah Audiffred

Kaysha Joseph, a senior management major and executive assistant to the president of the Student Government Association, felt that even though the week was hectic, Homecoming provided student leaders with the opportunity to work together to become more flexible. “Working throughout Homecoming was busy but fun. Student leaders love doing things like this. It helped us become more adaptable. I hope we can go back to normal and have more people involved to show even more school spirit,” Joseph said.

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Although only ten student organizations actively participated in the on-campus events, they rose above the added challenges that this year’s Homecoming brought. Alpha Omicron Pi and Sigma Tau Gamma won the sheet sign contest with a “Phineas and Ferb” themed design. Meanwhile, the Baptist Collegiate Ministry held onto their title as lip-sync champions from the previous year with a “Sherlock Holmes” themed performance.

Supplementing Southeastern’s COVID-19 policies, the university did not have an in-person football game during Homecoming Week. As compensation, the Southeastern Channel replayed the Lions’ 2013 home playoff win over Sam Houston State University on Oct. 24.

Danejan Gilliam poses with a "Go Gold" sign at the Homecoming Parade. Nick Herring

Free shirts were given to the first 200 students who attended the Homecoming Kickoff celebration. The shirts were designed to fit the theme "Operation: Where's Roomie?" Jordyn Franklin

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Joshua Ballard gets excited as the Lip Sync competition begins. Lip Sync was one of the only traditional Homecoming events that could take place in person. Dylan Meche

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The bonfire roars during the Homecoming Kickoff celebration. Students sat near the fire as they enjoyed free food and live music.

Phi Mu members Olivia Lowentritt, Hannah Guerra and Abby Stogner perform a "Kim Possible" themed skit for the Lip Sync contest.

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The Baptist Collegiate Ministry team performed a Sherlock Holmesthemed dance at the Lip Sync competition, earning them the first place prize for the second year in a row. Dylan Meche

Instead of having students ride floats and throw candy at people along a 15 parade route, students like Emily Burke tossed candy into people's vehicles while staying socially distanced from each other. Nick Herring

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Green, Gold and Gumbo Gumbo Ya Ya puts a new spin on an old tradition Social distancing, masks, and pre-packaged food are not a part of the traditional Gumbo Ya Ya celebrations, but they were a small price to pay in order to keep the Lion Pride flowing during Homecoming 2020.

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The Campus Activities Board hosted the annual campus tradition of serving free gumbo to the campus community on Oct. 21. In order to promote social distancing and keep attendees safe, there were no activity tents, but there were still entertainers for onlookers to enjoy. Student DJ Ed Manix, New Orleans duo Crescent Circus and student dance duo Flipside provided attendees with mesmerizing performances. The 2020 Homecoming Court was also announced during Gumbo YaYa by Student Government Association President L’Oreal Williams and Chief Justice Madison Sunde.

As a safety precaution, the gumbo at Gumbo Ya Ya was prepackaged before it was served to students. Sarah Audiffred

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Aesha Magee, Homecoming Queen 2019, also got to pose with President John Crain for the traditional “cake cutting” photo, but since cake could not be cut and distributed, a socially-distanced photo was staged in order to keep the tradition alive. Magee shared her favorite parts of the Homecoming 2020 celebrations. “Being able to come by, see all the decorations, get together with the king and also just watching all the student organizations work together,” Magee mentioned. “I know that, with COVID, we haven’t been able to do that much, but being able to do this gives everyone that Homecoming experience.”

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A group of nursing students poses for a picture while holding a cup of gumbo. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, food had to be pre-packaged before being given out to people. Symiah Dorsey

New Orleans performing duo Crescent Circus showcase their talents for the student body at Gumbo Ya Ya. The duo served as entertainment instead of the event's usual activity tents. Sarah Audiffred

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A group of students hug Roomie the Lion and pose for a photo, making sure to mask up while doing so. Symiah Dorsey

A Flipside Dance member takes to the stage at Gumbo Ya Ya. Symiah Dorsey

A magician from Crescent Circus performed card tricks and acrobatics for students. Sarah Audiffred

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2019 Homecoming Queen Aesha Magee and President John Crain point at a cake at Gumbo Ya Ya. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, the cake was not cut up and served as in previous years. Megan Grulkey 17

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The Road to Royalty Homecoming Court: Keeping the tradition alive A week of non-traditional Homecoming celebrations was not going to stop nine students from campaigning for the titles of Homecoming King and Queen.

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The 2020 Homecoming Court was presented virtually on the Alumni Association’s Facebook page as a part of this year’s “Homecoming @ Home” on Monday, Oct. 19. Members of the Sweetheart and Beau Courts attended several events during Homecoming Week, including Gumbo Ya Ya and the Homecoming Parade. Students campaigned on social media and showed their school spirit as they aimed to win the title. The Sweetheart Court consisted of Taylor DeBourg, Destiny Richardson, Alyssa Pardee, Nicole Redmond, Shaelyn Martinez, Madeline Lato and Caitlin Harris.

Darnell Butler, Jr. Nicole Redmond

The Beau Court consisted of Jawaun Walker, Darnell Butler, Jr.,Travis Jones, KeRon Jackson, Brent Webb, Zachary Poche and Basanta Khakurel. Walker and Butler were the only two members of the Beau Court running for Homecoming King.

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Beau Court: Brentt Webb, Darnell Butler, Jr., Basanta Khahurel, Zachary Poche, KeRon Jackson, Jawuan Walker and Travis Jones. Sweetheart Court: Alyssa Pardee, Nicole Redmond, Madeline Lato, Taylor DeBourg, Caitlin Harris, Destiny Richardson and Shaelyn Martinez. Symiah Dorsey

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Zachary Poche Caitlin Harris

Brent Webb Alyssa Pardee

Travis Jones Shaelyn Martinez

KeRon Jackson Taylor DeBourg

Jawuan Walker Destiny Richardson

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Basanta Khakurel Madeline Lato


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A Moment of Glory Butler and Richardson's crowning moment Even though there was no Homecoming football game, two students still had the chance to share in a moment of glory as they were crowned the 2020 Homecoming King and Queen.

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Darnell Butler, Jr., senior management major, was crowned Homecoming King and Destiny Richardson, junior art major, was crowned Homecoming Queen during the Royalty Announcement that took place at the University Center on Oct. 24. Butler expressed how he felt after receiving the title. “It’s an extreme honor,” Butler said. “I just feel so humbled knowing that all my hard work didn’t go to waste. It was a long week campaigning and going to all the Homecoming court events, so it’s really a blessing to be in this position. I’m glad I can represent the university.”

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Richardson mentioned that she was happy to see people come out and celebrate Homecoming despite the major differences in this year’s events. “It was nice to see everyone still had the Homecoming spirit while doing things differently with COVID, but seeing everyone still come and have that pride, it’s definitely a very fun and exciting thing to do,” Richardson said. Butler and Richardson pose with 2019 Homecoming King and Queen Keenan Austin and Aesha Magee. Maggie Tregre

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2021 Homecoming Queen Destiny Richardson and 2021 Homecoming King Darnell Butler, Jr.


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Crowning During COVID

Ashlynn Martell

Victoria Rocquin

Hannah Tribou

Gillian Hebert

Jeannette Jackson

Mason Burnette

Sara Cavalier

Hannah Henderson

Tayla Phillips

Lily Gayle

Kobi Painting

Omaira Romero

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Angeneka Jacobs

Catherine Wooton

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Miss Southeastern Pageant continues despite pandemic


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Hannah Henderson, a finance major, answers a question. Henderson performed a dance from the film "Napoleon Dynamite" as her talent and her platform was "Multiple Sclerosis Awareness." Symiah Dorsey

Tayla Phillips, kinesiology major, walks the stage during the Evening Gown/Social Impact Statement portion of the competition.

Kinesiology major Megan Magri answers a question for the judges. Magri won the Miss America Organization Award and the Talent Award. She also made it to the Top 5.

Communication major Hannah Tribou wears her evening gown. Tribou's platform was "Stories Stop Stereotypes." Brynn Lundy

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Sara Cavalier, communication major, competed on the platform of 21 "Shrinking the Stigma of Mental Illness and Physical Disabilities." Brynn Lundy

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Athletic training major Omaira Ramero takes the stage in her evening gown. Romero's platform was "The Self-Love Movement."

Gillian Hebert, mathematics major, models her evening gown during the pageant. Hebert was one of the Top 5 contestants. Symiah Dorsey

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Lily Gayle answers a question. Gayle competed on the platform of "The Lifter's Project: Depression, Anxiety and Anorexia recovery." Brynn Lundy

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Ashlynn Martell, a biological sciences major, shows off her evening gown for the judges. Martell's platform was "Caring for Mother Earth."

Victoria Rocquin, senior communication major, models her evening gown. Rocquin won the Miss Congeniality Award and was the third runner up. Brynn Lundy

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Catherine Wooton models her evening gown for the audience and judges. Wooton was the winner of the People's Choice Award and the Evening Gown/Social Impact Statement Award. She was also one of the Top 5 finalists. Brynn Lundy

Angeneka Jacobs, a biological sciences major, wears her evening gown after making her social impact statement. Brynn Lundy

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Kobi Painting shows off her evening gown after answering a question. Painting won the Academic Award for being the contestant with the highest cumulative GPA. Brynn Lundy

Mason Burnette, a kinesiology major, walks the stage in her evening gown. Burnette played the flute for her talent and her platform was "Who Let the Dogs Out?" Brynn Lundy

Jeanette Jackson answers a question for the judges. Jackson, a communication major, competed on the platform of "Mental Health Awareness." Brynn Lundy

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A New Reign

Lily Gayle, Miss Southeastern Louisiana University 2021, is crowned by Janine Hatcher, Miss Southeastern Louisiana University 2020. Gayle is the 60th woman to earn the title. Symiah Dorsey

From pandemic to pageants: Lily Gayle's journey to Miss Southeastern Despite the ongoing pandemic, the university held on to a 60year-old tradition with the Miss Southeastern Pageant.

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The Miss Southeastern pageant had to be adapted to conform to COVID-19 regulations. The 15 pageant contestants were allowed to invite only one guest to attend the show in-person, and the show was livestreamed so audiences could safely view from their homes. In addition, the entire talent portion was prerecorded and replayed during the livestream.

Originally very shy and introverted when she first came to the university in the fall of 2017, Gayle became more comfortable and involved on campus. As a communication major, she works as both a reporter and producer for the Southeastern Channel, and her dream is to become the first female play-by-play commentator in NFL history. She also won the Extra Mile award as a 2018 orientation leader and served as the Student Government Association’s director of campus outreach.

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“I think the pageant went really smooth, especially in the era of COVID and us having to record to minimize the people in attendance. We could only have 75 people in attendance. We feel really proud about the pageant and how it turned out, and I think all of the contestants also enjoyed themselves on this journey," said Marjorie Parker, director of student engagement.

Gayle recalled the feeling of hearing her name announced during the final moments of the pageant. “When I heard my name called, I think I went into heaven a little bit. To be Miss Southeastern, the 60th one, it just means so much and that I have some big shoes to fill because we have 60 years of a legacy here, and I want to make sure that I fill those shoes correctly," said Gayle. Miss Southeastern 2020 Janine Hatcher was unable to compete in the Miss Louisiana Pageant in 2020 due to COVID-19. However, she and Gayle both competed for Miss Louisiana 2021 - Hatcher as Miss Southeastern 2020 and Gayle as Miss Green and Gold. Gayle made it to the Top Ten during the final night of the pageant. “You learn so much about yourself. I learned that I was braver than I expected and I was capable of making the judges see me for who I am,” Gayle added. 24

Lily Gayle finishing her piano and vocal performance of “Psalm 46” for her talent during the Miss Louisiana competition. Gayle broke the top ten on finals night, performed her talent and competed in the on-stage interview and red carpet portion of the competition, all for a second time. Chloe Williams

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Lily Gayle Miss Southeastern 2021 25 Photos by Brynn Lundy

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Masked-Up Mardi Gras

A Mardi Gras mask sits on a table as a decoration. This year's Strawberry Jubilee was Mardi Gras themed. Lorraine Peppo

Letting the good times roll at Strawberry Jubilee Even with bad weather and a mask mandate, Strawberry Jubilee proved to be a fun event that let students take time to relax. This marked the first time in two years since Strawberry Jubilee had met in person. It had originally been slated to occur in the spring of 2020, but due to the closure of the university in accordance with COVID-19 regulations, the event was held virtually. CAB created Disney-themed activities that were posted onto social media over a week during the spring semester.

Since students could not attend Mardi Gras festivities this past February, Strawberry Jubilee sported a“Let the

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This year also saw six members of the Baby Dolls performing for the students. The Baby Dolls are a group of African-American women who perform during Mardi Gras and dress up in carnival-style makeup, satin skirts, and frilly parasols. Their performance was a show that talked about their origins and the beginnings of jazz in New Orleans.

Jaiya Offord, Shay Willlams and Mia Gibson-Goad, members of Theta Phi Alpha, Lion Up with Roomie at Strawberry Jubilee. Nick Herring

A street performer dances with colorful fans and ribbons. Nick Herring

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This year’s Strawberry Jubilee was held on Wednesday, April 14, from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. Although traditionally held outside of the War Memorial Student Union, this year’s celebration was held inside the Union’s Grand Ballroom due to bad weather.

Good Times Roll” theme. This theme saw the ballroom decorated in green, gold, and purple colors as street performers like stilt walkers and flag twirlers mingled with the crowd. The food at the event included red beans and rice and strawberry filled king cake. The entire atmosphere was meant to keep in line with familiar Mardi Gras traditions.


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Entertainers like this one would walk around the Grand Ballroom with goodies on their dresses and hand them out to students. A sign surrounded by Mardi Gras colors was placed at the entrance to Strawberry Jubilee. The celebration had to take place in the Student Union Ballroom due to inclement weather. Nick Herring

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Miss Southeastern 2021 Lily Gayle and vice president for student affairs Dr. Eric Summers cut the cake at Strawberry Jubilee. Brynn Lundy


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L'Oreal Williams was named the Lion Games Player of the Year. Williams was also sworn in as the 2021-2022 SGA President and named DSA's Woman of the Year.

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Madison Sunde accepts the Collegiate Panhellenic Council Academic Chapter of the Year award on behalf of the Alpha Psi chapter of Phi Mu.

Kelsey Staes, 2021-2022 SGA Chief Justice, swears in to her new position during DSA Convocation.

KeRon Jackson, 2021-2022 SGA Vice President, swears in to his new position during DSA Convocation. Jackson also received the Dr. Marvin L. Yates Award of Excellence.

Senior biological science major Basanta Khakurel was named the 2021 Most Outstanding International Student. Khakurel was also a recipient of the Dr. Marvin L. Yates Award of Excellence.

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Emma Santiago, a freshman social work major was named the 2021 Outstanding Freshman Leader of the Year.


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Zachary Poche, a sophomore social studies education major, receives the Dr. Marvin L. Yates Award of Excellence.

Victoria Rocquin, a senior communication major, receives the Dr. Marvin L. Yates Award of Excellence.

Dr. Eric Summers, Vice President for Student Affairs, was recognized for his outstanding leadership and dedication to the Division for Student Affairs.

Baileigh Picou receives the Mane Experience Player of the Year Award. The Mane Experience awards points to students based on their attendance at events around campus and the award is presented to the player with the highest score.

The Dr. LaVanner S. Brown Role Model of the Year Award was presented to Whitney Bourdier, a senior world languages major.

Members of the College of Business Ambassadors accept the Lion Games Organization of the Year Award.

Julia Lavergne accepts the Kappa Delta Tau 2021 Rising Star Award.

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The Black Student Union received the Student Organizations Award of Excellence.


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Gerard Borne, a senior communication major and Editorin-Chief of The Lion's Roar newspaper, receives the Student Publications Award.

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The Student Organizations Award of Excellence was given to the Kappa Tau chapter of Alpha Omicron Pi was also recognized for their outstanding community service during the COVID19 pandemic. with the Greek Community Service Award.

Lauren Buchanan won the L.I.V.E. the Code Award. as well as the Dr. Marvin L. Yates Awards of Excellence. She also accepted the Student Organizations Award of Excellence on behalf of the College of Business Ambassadors.

The Phi chapter of Sigma Tau Gamma received the Outstanding Interfraternity Chapter of the Year Award.

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The Pi Iota chapter of Sigma Gamma Rho was one of the winners of the Greek Community Service Award. Sigma Gamma Rho was also named the Outstanding NPHC Sorority Chapter of the Year.

The Iota Delta chapter of Theta Chi was recognized with the Interfraternity Council Academic Chapter of the Year Award.


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Kahne Clark, a senior kinesiology major, and vice president of the Pi Iota chapter of Sigma Gamma Rho, was named the 2021 Sorority Member of the Year. Customer is allowed to have objects outside of the margin.

Jacob Deliberto, a senior marketing major and member of the Epsilon Phi chapter of Delta Tau Delta, receives the award for the 2021 Fraternity Member of the Year.

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Grant Meadows, Razan Qamar and Basanta Khakurel were three of the recipients honored with the Green S Award for their contributions to student life at the university.

L'Oreal Williams and Darnell Butler Jr. were named DSA's Outstanding Woman of the Year and Outstanding Man of the Year.

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Student Government Association Student leaders make the most of a unique year The Student Government Association serves as a link between students and the rest of the campus community. Throughout the year, they host events, both social and educational, such as Homecoming Week and the BIG Event. They also host the Lion 2 Lion Mentorship Program. This year, SGA introduced the Swipe Out Hunger program. This program allows people to donate meal swipes from their campus meal plans to those in need.

Two members of the Judicial Branch, Leslie Pina and Madison Sunde, left, pose at the SGA Banquet on May 3. The Judicial Branch of SGA acts as the Student Supreme Court and is led by the SGA chief justice. Members of SGA's Executive Branch, below, pose at the SGA Banquet. Led by the SGA president, the Executive Branch is composed of the Executive Cabinet. Members of the Legislative Branch, bottom, are also recognized at the banquet. The Legislative Branch serves as the Student Senate and is led by the vice president. Maggie Tregre

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How would you describe your experience in SGA this year in a single word or phrase?

“It would definitely have to be pivot. This year, we’ve been chased by a lot -L'Oreal Williams of obstacles and a lot of adversity, SGA President but we didn’t let it stop us. We just stepped and pivoted and kept going.”

-Zachary Poche “It was a satisfactory year. To see that we pulled it off and made everything BIG Event work how it was supposed to was Committee really satisfying.” Member

“I would say it was rewarding.At the end of the day, seeing everything come together and being able to have the -Michala Torres events that we had in the way that we Executive had them was very rewarding. To see Branch Member everyone kind of going back to normal, in a sense.” “I’m going to use something that Dr. Gabe told me, and that’s ‘to much is -Darnell Butler Jr. earned, to much is given.’ This year SGA Vice was kind of challenging and President overwhelming because of COVID, but Madi, L’Oreal and I transpired through the adversity.” 32

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SGA Officers L'Oreal Williams SGA President

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Campus Activities Board Making adjustments for events on campus After a year filled with hybrid events, the Campus Activities Board reflected on the ups and downs of planning during an unconventional time. From Gumbo Ya Ya to Strawberry Jubilee to the Miss Southeastern pageant, the student-led board had to think outside the box and outside of comfort zones to make the most out of the 2020-2021 school year. CAB President Kaylee Canady said, “Coming from a school that hosts a lot of in-person events, it was really hard getting into the swing of hosting virtual events. Attendance was very hard to keep up with because people want to be in person.”

“No matter how many people came, I would say it’s successful because we made the event a good time for these students. Positive feedback — that means we did our job for these students, so as long as they have fun it's successful to me,” she said.

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She said, “We’ve had to adjust to a lot of different things, had to come together really to make things happen, and even though it doesn’t look like how it did years in the past from what I’ve been told, it’s been a very rewarding thing because we’ve been able to meet people, bring people campus life when campus isn’t looking anything like normal.” Torres, who described herself as naturally outgoing, said she joined CAB to meet more people on campus. Torres said, “I’ve definitely met people that I know I can go to if I have a question or a problem or anything and that they’re going to be there and work through it with me, so I’m very thankful for CAB.” TRIM LINE TRIM LINE

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Canady, a sophomore business administration major, said she felt CAB succeeded in getting students involved and engaged regardless of attendance levels.

CAB member Michala Torres, a freshman communication major, said her favorite memory with CAB over the past year was planning and experiencing Gumbo Ya Ya. She reflected on how the year went overall.

The Campus Activities Board "Lion Up" on the stage at Gumbo Ya Ya. It was one of the few in-person events held during the fall semester and required masks and social distancing. Symiah Dorsey

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The Office for Student Engagement team poses with Roomie the Lion at his birthday celebration on Mar. 17. The event was hosted by the Campus Activities Board and included a photo booth and free cupcakes. Nick Herring

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Gumbo was pre-packaged and then distributed to students by CAB members during Gumbo Ya Ya. Sarah Audiffred

A bulletin board at Roomie's birthday celebration goes into detail about the history of Southeastern's mascot. Trinity Brown

Gumbo Ya Ya was one of the events sponsored by CAB. At the event, the Homecoming Court was presented to the student body, free gumbo was given out and participants could enjoy live entertainment.

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Go Green, Go Gold,

Alpha Phi Alpha

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Greek Life provides an opportunity for engagement and community on campus. The university is home to 18 different sororities and fraternities, governed by three councils: the Collegiate Panhellenic Council, the Interfraternity Council and the National Panhellenic Council. Unfortunately, due to COVID-19, many of these Greek organizations could not be as active on campus as they have been in previous years. However, that did not prevent these students from staying connected and showing their Lion Pride through community service and campus involvement. MaLik Burns, Jawaun Walker and Kevin Page Jr. of the Kappa Nu chapter of the Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc.

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Alpha Omicron Pi

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A group of Alpha Omicron Pi members pose after performing in the Lip Sync competition during Homecoming Week.

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Alpha Sigma Tau

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The Phi chapter of Alpha Sigma Tau poses during spring recruitment. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, the sorority had to recruit virtually in the fall semester.

Sigma Tau Gamma

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AST members Grace Chustz, Elizabeth Seddon and Hannah Cartozzo Lion Up at a tabling event in February.


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Kappa Alpha Psi

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Lindsey Kish, Allie Casebonne and Laken Goldsby, members of the Gamma Mu chapter of Sigma Sigma Sigma participate in the reverse parade during Homecoming Week.

Leslie Pina, Valentina Turner, Nicole Marshall, Emma Santiago and Madelyn Adams participate in the Big/Little reveal for the Beta Epsilon chapter of Theta Phi Alpha. Jade Dennis and Claire Cyrus pose after the Fall 2020 Big/Little Reveal.

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Nu Omega chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. members Terrance Arnold, Celestin White Jr. and Richard Williams Jr.

Theta Phi Alpha

Michael Choppin, Kaleigh Carter and Peyton Manotas perform in a "Charlie's Angels"-themed routine for the Lip Sync competition.

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Delta Tau Delta

Members of the Epsilon Phi chapter of Delta Tau Delta: Avery Boutchard, Cameron Prejean, Ryan Thomas, Tyson Cowart, Khoa Nguyen, Ross Regard, Burlie Shola, Carter Rabalais, Bryce Gaudin, Bryan Bourg, Scott Capace Jr. and Carson Regard.

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Delta Tau Delta hosted the Egg-a-Delt fundraiser, where students could pay to throw eggs at members of the fraternity.

Phi Beta Sigma

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Phi Mu

Omega Psi Phi

Phi Mu members Shelby Pouey, Lyndsi Pierre, Hallie Kent, Kennedy Flauss, Delaney Inabnet and Colette Boudreaux sell "Kisses for Kids" during a Valentine's Day fundraiser.

Lauren Davis and Haylee Dettman participate in Spring Bid Day for the Alpha Psi chapter of Phi Mu.

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Zeta Phi Beta Members of the Eta Lambda chapter of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. Zarhiah Tember, top, Erin Robinson, Jayla Robertson and Kayla Caldwell.

A Tribute to Excellence In spring of 2020, the university began construction on the National Pan-Hellenic Council's Greek Plaza. It was conceived as a way to honor the Black Greek fraternities and sororities in the university. University NPHC president Kaysha Joseph stated that this plaza would help recognize these Greek organizations and help honor current and former Black Southeastern students and alumni. Construction on the plaza continued throughout the 2020-2021 academic year.

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February 2021 - Bricks had been added to give the memorial a more polished look and the altars were added to show where plaques would go.

Kappa Sigma members Ethan Mauterer, Peyton Licciardi and Ben Robichaux dance in the Lip Sync competition during Homecoming Week.

Ethan Mauterer holds up a Twix bar as he prepares to toss it to a participant of the reverse Homecoming Parade.

April 2021 - A year after construction began, the memorial is almost finished; concrete wedges have been placed on top of the brick pillars and plaques detailing each Black fraternity and 41 sorority will be placed therein when ready.

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In a year full of online classes and virtual lectures, campus involvement took on a whole new meaning. Many student organizations had to meet virtually, and some could not meet at all. Even though some groups decided to sit this year out as a safety precaution, there was still plenty to do throughout the year for students who want to meet with peers that share their interests.

Roomie the Lion stops by the SLU Gaming booth at Strawberry Jubilee to play Super Smash Bros Ultimate. SLU Gaming is a platform on which members can come together for their shared passion of games of any type.

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Members of BSU try to encourage student engagement with a tabling event in the Student Union Breezeway. The purpose of the Black Student Union is to inspire, educate, and stimulate African-Americans to the benefit of their whole person and their peers.

Kira Bickham, kinesiology major, sells products from her business Beautify Aesthetics at the Pop-Up shop hosted by BSU and the NAACP.

American Welding Society

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Senior industrial technology major Daniel Muhsin uses a cutting torch to cut through a piece of metal at the American Welding Society meeting.

Professor Anthony Blakeney is teaching the members of the American Welding Society the proper way to set up a cutting torch at their meeting on Nov. 2. AWS strives to move the industry forward in both thought and active as well as inspire new generations to see exciting career opportunities available.

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Flipside Dance

FCA is a community working to see the world transformed by Jesus Christ through the influence of coaches and athletes. Back row: JonDarius Warren, William Douglas, Adam Pennington, Shelby Sitzman, Brigid Tournoux, Bernadette Tournoux, Anna Westberry, Matthew Strange, and Avery Martin. Front row: Alyssa Guillory, Mackenzie David, Dariyn Lemoine, Leslie Jones, Avery Wales, Armari Cyprian and Bailey Wingett.

Kourtni Harris, Cilicia Thornton and Ricketta Griffin are members of the Flipside Dance team. Flipside Dance is a dance organization who performs at various events throughout the school year.

James Kinchen and other members of Le Cercle Francais participate in a painting night, where students recreated Van Gogh's "Starry Night." The organization promotes cultural and linguistic literacy through a plethora of events, including guest speakers, virtual field trips and hands on activities.

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Le Cercle Francais

Kappa Kappa Psi

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Jesse Flores and Paige Haydel pose for the camera at a home football game against Northwestern State.

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Honors Student Association

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Back: Joshua Couture, Gabby Jevik, Olivia Sims, Mathew Massey, Basanta Khakurel, and Mateo Chaney-Martinez. Front: Victoria Rocquin, Sophia Latino, Jadyn Linzy, Madison Harmon, Aiden Roussel and Rachael Tullier. HSA promotes versatile academic achievement while providing social networking opportunities.

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Members of the BCM leadership team: Matt Middlecamp, Holden van Hoose, Rayelin Hammond, Samuel Townsend, Donald Smith, Kaitlyn Bradford, Jonah Traylor, Morgan Jones, Emily Burke, Makenna Matthews, Emily Lay, Savannah Bennett, Jeremiah Gerhardt, Angelica Dauenhauer, Cade Jenkins and Nick Herring. BCM is a place for students to connect with other students and with area churches. Ways to connect include weekly Bible study, mission trips, community projects, retreats, socials, conferences and more.

Delta Omega Alpha Point secretary Dara Dimail, president Samuel Allen, treasurer Victoria Santana, vice president Mary Attaway, email secretary Micayla Mendel and PR officer Isabel Jurenka. Delta Omega Alpha is a biological preprofessional honor society.

Alpha Psi Omega Trevor Tolar, Landon Scholle, Isaiah Smith, Alex Owens, Chloe Williams, Carsyn Avegno, Shelby Grantham, Amy Schneida, Carla Cortina, Alden Mason and Ethan LaBorde. Behind them on the projector are Lanie LeFranc and DeJuan James, who tuned into the meeting virtually. Alpha Psi Omega is a theatre honor society.

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American Chemical Society Freshman biochemistry student Zoe Baudoin and chemistry professor Dr. Georgina Little demonstrate a stoplight reaction at the Trick or Treat event on Oct. 31. The organization supports scientific inquiry in the field of chemistry.

Justice4All Justice4All’s Vice President Lynzeryus Railey and President Michaela Thorpe display their solidarity for social justice advocacy, wearing T-shirts that were given out at the J4A meeting on Mar. 24. Justice4All is a group for all races, ethnicities, sexualities and genders to join together to fight injustice.

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Senior physics major Dylan Gilbert, left, and junior physics majors Aliyah Dalier and Ryan Rumsey work to conduct electricity inside a plasma ball at the Trick or Treat event on Oct. 31. The Society of Physics Stuents is a student organization housed within the Department of Chemistry and Physics.

Biology Graduate Student Organization Biology graduate students Caroline Honan, Elisabeth Pigott, Josh Rivera, Tyler Brock and Andrew Robertson stand at a table, ready to show kids live snakes and preserved specimens at the Trick and Treat event on Oct. 31. The Biology Graduate Student Organization consists of the graduate students in the Department of Biology. They aim to engage with the community by provided scientific experiences, as well as support the graduate students within the organization.

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InterVarsity Christian Fellowship

World Languages and Cultures Ambassadors

Ambassadors and officers of WLC Lion Up for a photo: Shakira Reynolds, Jenny Bodden, Vanessa Hernandez, Dr. Jerry Parker, Adrienne Cox, Bradley Seidel-Freeman and Sage Mulkey. Student ambassadors for the Department of World Languages and Cultures are a select group of individuals who act as representatives of the department in various capacities with the mission of raising awareness about the importance of bilingualism and biculturalism.

Alyssa Harrell, Russell Holloway, Carient Jackson, KeRon Jackson, Aniyah Lagarde, Armonte Paulk, Jalen Richard, Mervian Smith and Edrica Thomas. InterVarsity is a Christian organization that encourages student’s spiritual growth by offering them a community where they can learn about the word of God together.

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Prashant Basnet, Mariah Craige, Rebecca Prezbindowski, president Gianna Nastasi, vice president of public relations Shane Guidry, secretary Lauren Buchanan and Madeline Lato. Lion Toastmasters is a leadership and communication organization that specializes in helping members grow in whatever ways they need.

Wesley Foundation Tiquanna Toomer, Sara Sadowsky, Heath Fulgenzi, Max Cook, Carson Fryou, Natela McKinney, Conner Liuzza and Leslie McNabb pose inside the Wesley house, which is also home to Kairos Koffeehouse. The Southeastern Wesley Foundation exists to serve the students, faculty, and staff of Southeastern Louisiana University mind, body and soul. 46

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SLU Gospel Choir

The Southeastern Gospel Choir E-Board members pose for a group picture: Back row, left to right: Trey Townsel, Michelle Brister, Brandi Miller, KeRon Jackson. Front row: Tyrolynn Penn and Edrica Thomas. The SLU Gospel Choir was the first black organization on campus. The organization provides an opportunity for students to actively participate, become a member of a social organization, provide cultural and spiritual enrichment, and render services to our school while expressing their love for God and religion.

College of Business Ambassadors

Student Athletic Child Life Student Training Association Association

CLSA promotes professional growth of undergraduate and graduate students through education, real-world experiences, and developing meaningful connections with local Child Life programs. Front row, left to right: secretary Patsy Raphael, treasurer Rachael Raney, vice president Alexandra Dupuis, president Alexandra Mashon. Middle row: Elizabeth Montgomery, Lidia Curry, Mary Kennedy, Kaitlyn Bradford, Gracie Shilling, Jadyn Mumphrey. Back row: Sarah Gregiore, Bailee Cortez, faculty sponsor Jamie Napolitano, Mychelle Tyler.

Carmen Waskom, Camryn Hughes, Kristen Loving, Rachel Wilkerson, Jordan Moore, Ariana Rodriguez, Melissa Crowe, Tara Rossignol, Simon Waguespack, Justin Pellerin, Haleigh Laylle, Brooke Laborde, Courtney Pellegrin and Tommy Nedow. SATA aims to expand the overall scope of students' educational experience by means of promoting educational activities and establishing closer contact with those who are involved in our future profession.

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Hurricanes & Helping Hands 2020's record-breaking hurricane season For a few months in 2020, the hurricane season seemed to steal the spotlight from the ongoing pandemic.

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The 2020 Hurricane Season set multiple records after seeing more than twice the average number of storms in just a few months. The university also closed twice in anticipation of the incoming weather. This year, there were 30 named storms, 5 storms that made landfall in Louisiana and 10 storms that formed in the month of September alone. This was also the second time that Greek names were used to name storms, with three Greek names being used for the first time. Hurricane Laura also became the strongest storm to hit Louisiana since the 1856 Last Island Hurricane. Both storms sustained 150 m.p.h. winds when they hit land.

Several students were affected by the storm in other ways, including sophomore communication major Sydney Ardoin. A Lake Charles native, Ardoin’s home was damaged after Hurricane Laura swept through Lake Charles. The sisters of the Alpha Psi chapter of Phi Mu were able to raise over $4,000 to help Ardoin and her family with the damages. “I literally cried,” said Ardoin. “I was so surprised. I thought I was just going to eat lunch with my friends and stay with them for a little while. It was very exciting, and I was really thankful for them. So, I definitely cried when I found out.” Southeastern also aided McNeese State University students as part of the Cowboy Relief Effort by the University of Louisiana System. MSU students could use the online services provided by Sims Library, take advantage of parking on campus at no cost, and utilize the fitness services in the Pennington Center. Also, Southeastern students were given the opportunity to donate nonperishable items from Sept. 30 to Oct. 5 to help people displaced by Hurricane Laura. “I think it’s amazing that Southeastern is doing what they can to help students at McNeese,” shared Anaclaire McKneely, a sophomore communication major. “I am proud that our school has taken the initiative to help those who are suffering from the storm. I would hope another university would help out Southeastern students if a crisis ever arose. We really all should do whatever we can to help our community, and that includes the entire state, not just our hometowns.”

The university announces that classes will be canceled from Aug. 24-28 in anticipation of Hurricanes Laura and Marco.

Hurricane Marco hit Louisiana and weakened into a Tropical Storm.

Hurricane Laura makes landfall in Louisiana as a Category 4 Hurricane.

In anticipation of Hurricane Sally, the university announced a transition to remote operations for Monday, Sept. 14 and a closure on Tuesday, Sept. 15. Sally eventually made landfall in Alabama.

After Hurricane Laura hit Lake Charles, the "Lion Up for McNeese" drive begins accepting donations for McNeese State University.

Hurricane Delta hits Louisiana as a Category 2 Hurricane.

Hurricane Zeta makes landfall in Louisiana as a Category 2 Hurricane. Zeta was the first hurricane in over 50 years whose eye passed over the city of New Orleans.

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While the fall academic calendar originally left little time off for breaks, students and faculty ended up missing over a week of typical instruction after the university closed twice due to inclement weather.

Tropical Storm Cristobal is the first named storm of the season to hit Louisiana.


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Water flows down a flooded street Friday, Aug. 28, 2020, in Cameron, La., after Hurricane Laura moved through the area Thursday. AP Photo/David J. Phillip

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Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences

An exhibit by Genni Nicholson at the Contemporary Art Gallery features a unique display of tarot cards. Nicholson's artwork was a part of the 2021 Senior Exhibition. Elana Guillory

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Erin Pittman, freshman music major, plays the clarinet during a Wind Ensemble rehearsal. As a safety precaution, instrument players would wear special masks that allowed them to play while still wearing a face covering in class. Brynn Lundy

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Fay Boudreaux teaches a public speaking class for students with anxiety. Brynn Lundy

An ofrenda made by members of the Spanish Club sits on display in the library. Nick Herring

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Isaiah Smith, sophomore management major, playing the role of Martell in the production of "Dark Skin Pavement." Written by TJ Young and directed by Anne-Liese Fox, the show featured an all-Black cast. Kloe Andrews

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Chloe Bishop, visual arts major, rolls film from an analog camera into a spool for easy storage. Bishop works as a darkroom lab monitor and is one of the art students who chose to pursue the new minor in photography. Austin Decease

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Psychology major Jonathan Felipe, left, occupational safety, health and environment major Drew Hebert, engineering technology major Deylen Lollligan and management major Casi Becnel listen to Lori Ostarly-Ulfers teach about General Robert E Lee's battle plans in her American history course. Nick Herring

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Junior music major Chrissy Weber warms up during a choir rehearsal on March 16 in preparation for the concert at First Baptist Church in Hammond on April 29. The performance honored African American artists and their compositions. Hannah Juneau

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Senior management major Megan Blomquist models a piece titled "Sunlight and Gasoline" at the Wearable Art Fashion Show. It was the capstone project of senior art major Nathaniel Britton, who also served as the creative director of the show. Symiah Dorsey

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Lori OstarlyUlfers teaches her American history course on November 19 about the Anaconda plan that helped Union soldiers overtake Confederate forces in the American Civil War. Nick Herring

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DeJuan James and Taylor Bennet portraying BJ and Harpo in "Dark Skin Pavement." The actors wore clear face shields during their performance as a safety precaution against the spread of COVID-19. Kloe Andrews

Members of the Symphony Orchestra perform with masks during a concert on Oct.7. Many live concerts and events such as this one were livestreamed so viewers could enjoy the performance virtually. Nick Herring

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Business Dr. Antoinette Phillips, Dean

Saydie Rusk completes school work on her laptop. Rusk is a member of the university Sales Team and won the Pressure Round at the 17th annual Bayou Sales Challenge, held at Nicholls State University. Brynn Lundy

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Carissa May, Jacob Simon and Julia Marcus pay attention and wear masks during a class. Nick Herring

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Junior chemistry major Grant Meadows takes notes during Matthew Alford's lecture. Nick Herring

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Jenna Pecot earns the winning title at the Professional Sales Competition. Brynn Lundy


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Sales students Emily Browning and Saydie Rusk pose for a photo on Feb. 12. Brynn Lundy

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Education

Madison Watson prepares to throw a plastic bowling ball into a series of pins in her curriculum and instruction course. Activities like these are meant to help students stay engaged in the classroom. Nick Herring

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Departments Teaching and Learning Educational Leadership and Technology

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Gabrielle Atkins takes a sip of coffee during a class. Nick Herring

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Kelly Hill presents a bingo board to her classmates as part of an assignment. Nick Herring

Julia Souza, an early childhood education major, demonstrates the effects of soil erosion in a lesson she designed for her ECE 318 class. Maggie Tregre 61

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Abigail Robertson uses clay and fabric to create a jack-o-lantern in Dr. Debra Hailey and Dr. Letitia Walters' curriculum and instruction course. She uses this exercise to foster interaction and help children identify basic shapes. Nick Herring

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Julia Rodriguez, front, and Hannah Dixon use their devices to type notes during an education class. In computer labs like this, students would need to sit at least one seat away from each other to follow COVID-19 guidelines. Nick Herring

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Seniors Cleveland Gage and Shelby Billiot hang out with other members of the Lions Connected program. Lions Connected provides an inclusive college experience for individuals with intellectual disabilities. Nick Herring

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Megan Cripple gives Hayley Pacaccio a series of counting bears. The bears supplemented a PowerPoint presentation Cripple gave that introduced basic addition and subtraction principles. Nick Herring Professor Susan Sawyer teaches her psychology of early childhood class about how young children communicate. She talks about how they develop speech by babbling and mimicking the speech of adults. Nick Herring

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Early childhood education majors Amanda Pigrenet and Haley Rosser work through a science lesson created by one of their classmates. Education majors have to create their own unique lesson plans and activities for their future students.


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Nursing and Health Sciences

Lab classes provide nursing students with he opportunity to practice procedures and routines with their fellow classmates. Jordyn Franklin

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LeShe’ Flood practices checking blood pressure on classmate Alexis Alexander. Nick Herring

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Nursing majors Dariyn Lemoine and Faith Hebert go through a procedure in their nursing class. Nick Herring

Johnecia Cummings takes notes during a lab. Nick Herring

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The kinesiology pool is used for swim classes and recreational swimming for those who have a membership. Nick Herring Seniors Rachel Wilkerson and Kristen Loving demonstrate rehabilitation exercises that athletic training students learn in Southeastern's athletic training program. Brynn Lundy

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Nursing major Hannah Short practices using a stethoscope on her classmate Matthew Kiger. Nick Herring

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Junior nursing major Brailyn Bergeron explains how to self-administer a rapid COVID-19 to a student. Bergeron was one of several nursing students who would help students, faculty and staff administer their tests at pop-up booths around campus. Maggie Tregre

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Nursing students have to practice several procedures over and over again to make sure they're prepared for working in the health care field. Jordyn Franklin

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Nursing major Mariana Aguilera reviews the notes from her nursing lab. Nick Herring

Nursing instructor Ryan McCloskey demonstrates how glucose can be administered to diabetic patients. Nick Herring

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Science and Technology Dr. Daniel McCarthy, Dean Total Enrollment: 2,054

Michael Frasier uses a graphing calculator to draw an angle using sine, cosine, and tangents in Dr. Alan Cannon's pre-calculus with trigonometry course on October 21. Nick Herring

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William LaMonte takes notes while sitting distanced from other students. By the end of the school year, students felt more comfortable taking 68 off their masks during classes. Nick Herring

Allie Ferrara and Ashley Gettle examine the contents of vials and learn about positive and negative chemical reactions with bacteria. Nick Herring

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Florence Wen assists ones of her students during a biology lab. Brynn Lundy

Brady Kunefke whittles down a piece of metal with a vertical milling machine in the Computer Science and Technology Building. Nick Herring

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Many students are required to take a general biology course as a part of their general education requirement. Even students who are not majoring in biology can participate in lab activities in these classes. Brynn Lundy Sparks fly as Jacob Vinete operates a precision surface grinder in the Computer Science and Technology Building. Nick Herring

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Two students sit socially distanced from each other in a biology course. Brynn Lundy Dr. Ahmad Fayed teaches the students in his mechanical design course using a white-board example. Nick Herring

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Dr. Alan Cannon teaches the students in his precalculus with trigonometry course all about the different functions of sine, cosine, and tangent. Nick Herring

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Professor Anthony Blakeney teaches Hayden Gebbia how to properly use a lathe. Nick Herring

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The cheerleaders rush out onto the football field at Strawberry Stadium alongside Roomie at the home football game on Mar. 13.

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Springing into Action

Shea Foster, front, and other members of the men's cross country team wait at the starting line of the Southland Conference Tournament. The tournament was held on campus in February.

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Fall sports face their first spring season

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Sophomore Putri Insani takes a swing against opponent LSUA on Feb. 21. The tennis season, which usually kicks off in September, did not start until January 2021. Symiah Dorsey

Donniel Ward-Magee, junior defensive back, celebrates after a victory against the Northwestern State Demons. The Lions football team won all of their home games this season. Symiah Dorsey

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Junior Sam Tarpley takes a swing during a team practice at Carter Plantation. Nick Herring

As COVID restrictions were slowly lifted, all sports at the university were finally allowed to resume play, but this came with a catch. To comply with COVID restrictions, teams that usually play in the fall were pushed into the spring. Sports like football, soccer, cross country, golf, tennis and volleyball began in spring of 2021, rather than in the fall. This pushback helped some sports at the university. This season, the Lady Lions soccer team entered into the NCAA tournament with an 11-game undefeated streak. It was not only the longest streak in the program's history, but it marked the team's first appearance in the tournament since 2015.. Midfielder Mia Milton attributed some of their success to the season's late start, since the team was able to build chemistry before it began. Customer is allowed to have objects outside of the margin.

Milton said, “During the fall, we still practiced every week and scrimmaged every Friday morning, so we spent lots of time together. We especially got to practice with the incoming freshmen and practice a whole semester before we got to play any games. I definitely think that helped because we got to get to know the team, build our team chemistry, figure out what works and what doesn’t before actually having to compete against other people.” Milton also described what the soccer season would look like under normal circumstances.

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Another sport affected by the push into spring was golf. Rather than beginning in September, the golf team started practicing in February. Senior Logan Kuehn noted that this change cut the team’s prep time short. “Spring is when we have our conference championship, so the fall is always good for us to prepare,” Kuehn said. “This spring, you just kind of jumped in there and had to be ready to go, and we didn’t have time to really figure out what was wrong and work on it in tournament.” Kuehn described what the team did in the fall to prepare for their season. “We’d play each other for matches, we’d have mini tournaments, we’d have other days where we would mock and play like nine of us against one another. Every week we would have little tournaments to keep it competitive so we were ready for the spring,” Kuehn said. Despite an unusual season, Kuehn enjoyed getting back to the golf course. Junior defender Jamie Raines takes the ball down the field. It was Raines' assist that helped Makenzie Maher score the second point of the game against the Islanders. Maggie Tregre

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“Usually we’re all home for summer, then we get to school about two weeks before classes start and then we’ll have our preseason,” Milton said. “We usually only have two weeks together and maybe a few weeks more before we start having games.”


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Swinging Up a Storm Baseball wraps up the season with 32-24 overall It was an eventful season at Alumni Field this year as the Lions baseball team finished with their best season record in three years.

Freshman Will Kinzeler pitches in a game against Abilene Christian. The Lions tied the Wildcats with two wins and two losses across the span of Apr. 9 to Apr. 11. Elana Guillory

The Lions wrapped up the season with 32-24 overall, their best record since 2018. On Feb. 20, the season began with home matches against Mississippi Valley State. The team’s beginning three win streak was broken once they lost 4-7 against University of Arizona. After 29 games, the Lions made it to the Pontchartrain Bowl and started out against the University of New Orleans Privateers who they beat with a score of 7-0.

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The team got to the 2021 Southland Conference Tournament as the third seed where they played all home games. Baseball won against Northwestern State 2-1 and UNO 15-13, but lost 2-3 and 2-18 to McNeese. Throughout the season, many of the baseball team’s players won awards from the Southland Conference. Pitcher/utility Brennan Stuprich was named the 2021 Freshman All-America Collegiate Baseball, D1 Baseball Preseason Conference Freshman of the Year and Southland Conference Freshman of the Year. Tyler Finke was named the Southland Conference Hitter of the Week along with 2021 All-Academic and 2021 Southland All-Conference. Will Warren was named the Southland Conference Pitcher of the Week along with Finke after their games against Stephen F. Austin. Will Kinzeler was also awarded with Southland Conference Pitcher of the Week the week of March 9 and 29 and made the 2021 D1 Baseball Preseason Conference Freshman of the Year. Two other players who made achievements were Evan Keller who made 2021 Southland All-Academic and Southland All-Conference and Preston Faulkner who also made 2021 Southland All-Conference and 2021 Preseason All-Southland Conference. 76

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Infielder Eli Johnson bats against Northwestern State. Johnson totaled 32 RBIs this season. Gerard Borne Outfielder Christian Garcia (9) watches as infielder/outfielder Tyler Finke (2) jumps to catch the ball. Finke got the out against Abilene Christian. Elana Guillory

Feb. 20-21 Feb. 25-28 Mar. 3 Mar. 5-7 Mar. 12-14 Mar. 16 Mar. 19-21 Mar. 26-28 Apr. 1-3 Apr. 9-11 Apr. 17-18 Apr. 23-25 May. 5 May 8-9 May 14-16 May 20-22 May 26 May 27 May 28 May 28

Junior Tyler Finke talks to Head Coach Matt Riser during the team's first game of the Southland Conference against No. 6 Seed Northwestern State on May 26. Gerard Borne

Mississippi Valley @Arizona Tulane Troy Sam Houston @LSU @Incarnate Word @Lamar McNeese Abilene Christian @Stephen F. Austin @New Orleans @Southern Miss Nicholls @Texas A&M- Corpus Christi Houston Baptist Northwestern* McNeese* New Orleans* McNeese*

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Christian Garcia (9) and the rest of the team celebrates catcher and infielder Bryce Grizzaffi (1) who hit a home run against McNeese in the Southland Tournament on May 27. Gerard Borne Senior Trey Shaffer pitches against McNeese. Shaffer averaged 4.1 IP this season. Elana Guillory

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Junior Tyler Finke and senior Brandon Hale celebrate after scoring a point against Abilene Christian on Apr. 10. Elana Guillory

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Freshman Brennan Stuprich pitches to No. 7 Seed McNeese in the Southland Tournament. Gerard Borne

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Outfielder Christian Garcia runs past second base. In the first game of this double-header against Abilene Christian, Garcia helped bring the Lions to a lead in the first inning. Elana Guillory

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Sophomore guard Isiah Kirby dribbles the ball down the court. Kirby averaged 7.3 points and 3.0 rebounds this season. Maggie Tregre

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Despite high hopes after the lockdown, the Southeastern Lions men’s basketball team could not rise above the previous year’s record of 8-23. The season opened on November 25 at Purdue Fort Wayne. This started a streak of games away from the campus, and the run saw the Lions gain seven losses, two wins, and two cancellations. It was not until January 6 that the Lions finally got the opportunity to perform at home. Yet, this first game at home saw the Lions lose against Sam Houston State University 52-70.

“Obviously not the way we wanted to finish the season,” said head coach David Kiefer in the conference press release. “I thought we got caught ball watching a little bit on both ends and we couldn’t overcome it. But I really enjoyed every second of coaching this team. It just didn’t end the way we would have hoped.” Sophomore guard/forward Nick Caldwell tries to block a McNeese player from catching a pass. In this game, Caldwell scored 17 points, had eight rebounds and two steals. Brynn Lundy

@ Purdue Fort Wayne @ UAB @ LSU @ California Baptist @ California Baptist @ Louisiana Tech @ Texas A&M @ Grambling @ Lamar Sam Houston State @ Nicholls Texas A&M-Corpus Christi @ Abilene Christian @ McNeese Northwestern State Central Arkansas New Orleans @ Sam Houston State Nicholls @Texas A&M-Corpus Christi McNeese @ Northwestern State @ Central Arkansas @ New Orleans McNeese* New Orleans*

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However, the remainder of the season was marked by difficulties as the Lions lost six of the remaining seven games in the league. Ultimately, the team suffered an 8-18 overall score and lost in the second round of the Southland Conference tournament to the University of New Orleans, who had beaten them 76-81 during their last game of the season.

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After winning at McNeese State University on January 20 with a score of 92-88, the Lions had three more home games in a row. Although they lost to Northwestern State 68-73, they bounced back with a two-game winning streak against the Universities of Central Arkansas and New Orleans.

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Sophomore guard JonDarius Warren dribbles the ball down the court in the home game against McNeese on Feb 24. Warren played 20 games this season, averaging 13.6 minutes per game. Brynn Lundy

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Matthew Strange, guard and redshirt junior, warms up before the home game against McNeese on Feb. 24. Strange played for New Mexico Junior College in the 2019-2020 season, and prior to that he played for the Lions under Coach Jay Ladner. Brynn Lundy

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Senior forward Elijah Ifejeh blocks a McNeese player during a home game on Feb. 24. Ifejeh averaged 4.1 points and 3.8 rebounds per game.

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While most of the university’s sports did not see any action until the spring, the Lady Lions women’s basketball team kicked off their 2020-2021 season in November. Led by fourth-year Head Coach Ayla Guzzardo, the team secured an overall 11-8 record (10-5 Southland), the first winning record since the 2008-2009 season.

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Although the team did secure a spot in the Southland Conference Tournament last year, the tournament was canceled due to COVID-19. The year that would have brought the Lady Lions to the Southland Conference Tournament for the first time since the 2011-2012 season came to a halt as schools and organizations had to take precautions due to the pandemic. This year, the Lady Lions made it to Katy, Texas, but fell to Sam Houston in their first game. A 75-48 win over the UNO on March 6 also earned the Lady Lions the university’s highest-ever seed in the Southland Conference Tournament. The No. 2 seeded team earned a bye to the Southland Conference semifinals. In the same game, the Lady Lions tied a record by keeping their fifth consecutive opponent under 50 points, a feat that has not been seen since the debut season in 1974-1975.

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Several players received state and conference honors throughout the season. Senior guard and forward Morgan Carrier and sophomore guard Hailey Giaratano were named to the 2020-2021 All-Southland Conference Women’s Basketball Teams. Giaratano also earned the title of Southland Conference Player of the Week on Feb. 15, 2021, making her the first Lady Lion since 2015 to receive the title. Senior forward Caitlyn Williams was named the LSWA’s Player of the Week on March 1, 2021.

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Sophomore guard Jaylen Huderson looks to pass the ball to a teammate during a game against Northwestern State.

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Alcorn State Troy University @ Tulane Texas A&M-Corpus Christi @ Sam Houston State @ Nicholls @ Abilene Christian McNeese Northwestern State Central Arkansas UNO Sam Houston State Nicholls Abilene Christian @ McNeese @ Northwestern State @ Central Arkansas @ UNO @ Sam Houston State*

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Sophomore guard Daija Harvey prepares to run towards a player and guard for the ball. Brynn Lundy

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Junior guard Bryana Langford dribbles the ball down the court during the January 20 game against McNeese. Brynn Lundy

Sophomore guard Hailey Giaratano tries to pass the ball to a teammate.

Junior guard Cierria Cunningham attempts to score two points in the inside of the court against Northwestern State. Out of all the players in that game, she scored the most points. Maggie Tregre

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Before their game against Northwestern State, the Lady Lions huddle up during their warm up. Maggie Tregre

Sophomore guard Jaylen Huderson dribbles the ball towards the goal in a match against McNeese. Brynn Lundy

Senior guard/forward Morgan Carrier catches her breath during the game against McNeese. Carrier was named to the 2020-21 Louisiana Sports Writers Association Women's Basketball Teams. Brynn Lundy

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Sophomore guard Hailey Giaratano defends the ball against McNeese. Giaratano was named to the 2020-21 AllSouthland Conference Women's Basketball Team, along with senior guard Morgan Carrier. Brynn Lundy

Junior guard Cierria Cunningham dribbles the ball past a Northwestern player. Maggie Tregre

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Junior forward Natalie Kelly defends against a player from Northwestern State. Maggie Tregre

Junior guard Chrissy Brown prepares to shoot the ball into the opposing team's hoop. Maggie Tregre

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Finding the Right Approach

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Beach volleyball struggles their first full season

Sophomore Meagan Scuderi spikes the ball to her teammates across the net during practice. This season, Scuderi had a record of six wins and sixteen losses. Nick Herring

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New Orleans Utah UAB @Tulane Central Arkansas Central Arkansas Monroe New Orleans Park University @Hendrix Park University @Stephen F. Austin Texas A&M - Kingsville New Orleans @Southern Miss @Southern Miss New Orleans Texas A&M - Corpus Christi @Houston Baptist Stephen F. Austin Stephen F. Austin* Central Arkansas*

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1-3 1-3 0-5 0-5 1-4 0-5 0-5 0-4 4-1 4-0 4-1 0-4 2-3 0-4 0-4 0-5 1-4 0-5 0-5 1-4 0-4 2-3

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Michelle Mirarchi digs the ball during practice at North Oak Park on Mar. 24. On Mar. 20, Mirarchi earned her third win with doubles partner Hannah Barosh. Nick Herring

Eryn Wilks perfects her pass during practice. The Saturday prior, Wilks and doubles partner Marisa Calvaruso earned their first wins of the season against Park University and Hendrix University. Nick Herring

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The Beach Lions volleyball team is still trying to find their groove on the court. Beach volleyball was introduced for the first time at the university last year, but the pandemic put a quick end to their three game season. With athletics in full swing this spring, the team played 22 matches but only obtained three wins, ending with a record of 3-19.

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The Beach Lions came up short in their first game against University of New Orleans 1-3 and maintained an 8 game losing streak until playing in the Warrior Beach Bash in Conway, Ark. There, the team defeated Park University twice and Hendrix College, putting them at 3-8. They were unable to obtain any victories for the rest of their season. After indoor volleyball season came to a close on April 1st, players Calli Collins, Ariana Hebert and Jolie Hidalgo joined the established Beach Lions team of Hannah Barosh, Marisa Calvaruso, Michelle Mirarchi, Mikayla Richard, Linsey Sackett, Meagan Scuderi, Nylissa Snagg and Eryn Wilks.

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Junior Marisa Calvaruso digs the ball to her teammate Nylissa Snagg. This season, Calvaruso had a record of three wins, eleven losses. Elana Guillory

Mikayla Richard digs the ball for partner Meagan Scuderi to make a play. Elana Guillory

Freshman Nylissa Snagg digs the ball. Beach volleyball played only away games and did not host any games this season. Nick Herring 89

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Of the team, duo Hannah Barosh and Michelle Mirarchi had the best record of 8-14 this season. The pair Mikayla Richard and Meagan Scuderi came in second with an overall record of 6-16., followed by Marisa Calvaruso and Eryn Wilks with an overall 3-8.


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Mikayla Richard and teammate Michelle Mirarchi (22) go head to head during a scrimmage at home.

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Junior Michelle Mirarchi passes the ball during practice. Nick Herring

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Junior Marisa Calvaruso (24) sends the ball over the net as junior Hannah Barosh (3) attempts a block. Elana Guillory

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Mikayla Richard serves the ball. Richard and doubles partner Meagan Scuderi won six games this season. Elana Guillory

Freshman Linsey Sackett sends the ball over the net as teammate Ariana Hebert watches. This season, the duo had a record of zero wins and two losses. Elana Guillory

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Sprinting into Championship

Senior distance runner Grant O'Callaghan finished fifth in the Southland Conference Championship, earning him a spot on the AllConference First Team. Maggie Tregre

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This season marked not only the first time that the university hosted the Southland Conference Championships but also the first ever conference championship on record. The cross-country team finished with a score of 35 points. By comparison, runner-up Stephen F. Austin State University scored a total of 102 points, setting an astounding margin of 77 points.

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After having the Southeastern Conference preview on January 25 canceled due to poor weather conditions, the cross-country team started their season in Tallahassee, FL, at the FSU Winter Classic. At this meet, seniors Shea Foster, Grant O’Callaghan, Adam Cortez, and Anthony Cordero finished in the Top 10. Foster finished seventh in the 8k Garnet race and clocked in at 23:40.6, setting a new university record.

Perhaps the most notable achievement of the championship was when Foster set an all-time record for the entire Southland Conference. Despite having sustained a severe knee injury the previous year, he clocked in with a time of 22:41:16 in the men’s 8k race. This time beat the previous record of 23:39 set by Lamar University’s Sam Stabler in 2014. “It was awesome. For it to be at our home course in front of everyone who has been along this journey with the team, and my mom and my sister came to watch, along with a lot of people who have just seen all of us grow as runners and as people, it was really cool just having that moment with everyone I care about,” Foster said. Senior distance runner Lindsey Hutcheson competes in the Southland Conference Championship. The race was held on Southeastern's campus and the athletes ran around the block between Ned McGehee Drive and University Avenue. Maggie Tregre

Foster’s performance also earned him the title of National Athlete of the Week from the U.S. Track & Field and CrossCountry Coaches Association. He was also crowned the 2020 Southland Cross Country Male Athlete of the Year and was selected to participate in the NCAA Division I CrossCountry Championships on March 15, where he placed Feb. 5 FSU Winter Classic 45th place overall. Feb. 21 Southland Conference Championship

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Cross country head coach Corey Mistretta poses with his 2020 Men's Cross Country Coach of the Year Award. Mistretta has been head coach since 2017.

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Sophomore distance runner Bradley Makuvire takes the lead of a group of runners during the Southland Conference Championship men's race. Makuvire finished in tenth place and was one of the student-athletes on the team who earned NCAA Division I All-Academic Honors. Symiah Dorsey

Senior distance runner Sophie Daigle prepares to cross the finish line during the Southland Conference Championship. Daigle finished in fifth place, and the women's team finished ninth overall. Maggie Tregre

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The cross country team poses with all of their awards from the Southland Conference Tournament on Feb. 21. The men's team won the first Southland championship in school history. Maggie Tregre

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Senior Tara Stuntz races past Garrett Hall. Stuntz was named to the 2021 Southland Conference Spring Commissioner's Honor Roll. Maggie Tregre

Senior distance runner Sophie Daigle is named to the All-Conference first team after finishing fifth in the Southland Championship. Maggie Tregre

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Members of the women's cross country team practice during the fall in preparation for their spring season. Although the team usually competes at the beginning of the school year, the ongoing pandemic pushed the season back to January 2021. Nick Herring

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Senior distance runner Shea Foster crosses the finish line at the Southland Conference Championship while head coach Corey Mistretta cheers him on. Foster set a new Southland Conference record for the 8k race with a time of 22:41.16. Maggie Tregre

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Victories on the Home Front

Wide receiver CJ Turner walks off the field after being tackled by a Northwestern State University player. Nick Herring

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Lion football returns to Strawberry Stadium

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Even with the changes in the season’s format, the Southeastern Lions football team charged ahead. This season saw the Lions playing in the spring semester for the first time in recorded history, and it saw them play an abbreviated season comprised of seven games instead of the traditional 10-11. This also saw a control in the amount of students allowed in the stadium. Instead of simply scanning student IDs to let students in, they would have to go to the press box beforehand and reserve tickets. Once they had entered the stands, they would not be allowed to reenter if they left. All of this was implemented to help slow the spread of COVID-19.

SCOREBOARD Feb. 27 Mar. 6 Mar. 13 Mar. 30 Apr. 3 Apr. 10 Apr. 17

@ Sam Houston McNeese Northwestern State @ Incarnate Word Lamar @ Nicholls @ Southern Illinois*

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Jalen Bell takes off his helmet and catches his breath after a tiring play against Lamar. Bell was named to the 202021 All-Southland Conference First Team and the 2020-21 All-Louisiana First Team. Nick Herring

Ferlando Jordan, Brendon Kelley, Darrius Harry, Herman Christophe and Jack Henderson walk off the field after a play. Christophe and Henderson made 11 tackles each in this victory against Lamar. Nick Herring

Offensive lineman Drew Jones leads at the front while he and other football players enter onto the field during the March 6 game against McNeese State University. Gerard Borne 97

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Once they had secured a place in the playoffs, the lions faced off against their longtime rivals, the Colonels at Nicholls State University. The previous season saw the Lions lose 28-27 in the last minutes of the game against the Colonels. However, this season saw the Lions prevail with a 52-45 score and secure the River Bell Classic once again. Senior quarterback Cole Kelley finished with 391 passing yards, four passing touchdowns and one receiving touchdown, strengthening his campaign for the Walter Payton Award.

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Despite all this, the Lions pulled wins at all their home games. On March 6, senior CJ Turner scored a touchdown in the last moment of the first half, helping the Lions as they beat McNeese State University 25-20. On March 13, sophomore Mateo Rengifo scored a 21-yard field goal in the last seconds of the game, beating Northwestern State University 27-24. On April 3, junior Tim Wilson Jr. made an incredible 47-yard touchdown against Lamar University, and the team finished 42-12.


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Quarterback Cole Kelley prepares to pass off to another player. Nick Herring

Running back Taron Jones takes a quick break on the sidelines. Running back Morgan Ellison is tackled by a Northwestern State player. Ellison was a rushing leader of the game with 81 yards. Symiah Dorsey

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Tight end Matt DeBlaiso jumps into offensive lineman Drew Jones' arms after scoring a touchdown. Symiah Dorsey

Defensive linebacker Darrius Harry and linebacker Herman Christophe rush to get open for a pass. Nick Herring

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Several players celebrate after wide receiver Tim Wilson Jr. (9) scored a 47-yard touchdown against Lamar University on Apr. 3. This season, Wilson caught 16 passes for 251 yards and made four touchdowns. Nick Herring

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Southeastern golf takes the greens in spring season

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Sophomore Cameron Mobley surveys the green before putting. Mobley tied for 17th in the final individual standings of the 2021 Southland Conference Men's Golf Championship. Nick Herring

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This season, the Southeastern golf team continued to play despite having a shorter season than usual.

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The team performed in a total of five tournaments this season within the span of a couple of months during the spring semester. Although usually performing across both the fall and spring semesters, they only played in the spring due to COVID-19 restrictions. Their first tournament of the season was in February at the LaTour Intercollegiate in Matthews. Junior Zack Barrios, a newcomer to the team, shot 73 in the first round and finished tied for ninth place . Senior Logan Kuehn finished the tournament tied for 18th place. The team collectively finished in seventh place before the tournament ended early due to bad weather. Customer is allowed to have objects outside of the margin.

The next two tournaments were back-to-back weekends in March: the Gulf Coast Intercollegiate and Colin Montgomerie Invitational. The former saw the team finish with a share of the first place title while sophomore Cameron Mobley finished runner up. The latter saw Kuehn finish in third place while the team finished fifth place overall.

From April 26-28, the golfers played in the Southland Conference in McKinney, Texas. The team was ranked fourth upon entering, and after the first round, Meyers was tied for 15th place. He then tied for fifth after the second round while Mobley and Kuehn tied for 24th place. At the end of the tournament, the golf team ended eighth in the conference, while Meyers finished tied for 13th and Mobley finished tied for 17th.

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After a month off, the team returned to the field with the Bearkat Invitational in Montgomery, Texas. Mobley finished 15th overall with a final score of 71. Meanwhile, Kuehn and William Meyers finished the tournament tied for 25th. Their scores helped place Southeastern at eighth place overall.

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Sophomore Cameron Mobley puts a ball onto a tee. Mobley finished 15th at the Bearkat Invitational. Nick Herring

Senior Logan Kuehn takes a break to readjust his approach. Kuehn finished third in the Colin Montgomerie Invitational and the team placed fifth overall.

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Cameron Mobley takes a swing during golf practice. Mobley finished in second place at the Gulf Coast Intercollegiate. Nick Herring

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Junior Sam Tarpley cools off in the shade during practice. Nick Herring

Senior Logan Kuehn takes practice cuts at Carter Plantation. Kuehn finished in the Top Ten at the Gulf Coast Intercollegiate. Nick Herring

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Sophomore Cameron Mobley prepares to hit the ball out of the sand. Nick Herring

Junior Sam Tarpley readies his stance before putting. Nick Herring

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Senior Logan Kuehn follows the ball after hitting it into the green.

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Scoring Big Lady Lions soccer team comes out on top in Southland Conference Tournament Even though the pandemic altered the season, the Lady Lions soccer team rose to the challenge and finished first in the Southland Conference Championship.

Senior midfielder Hitomi Konno prepares to pass the ball to a teammate. Konno was named to the 2021 Southland Conference Spring Commissioner's Honor Roll. Maggie Tregre

After the initial losses, the Lady Lions stepped up their game. On March 5, the Lady Lions tied with Sam Houston State University in their first home game, running into double overtime. Two days later, on March 7, they faced off against Stephen F. Austin State University. Though again running into double overtime and tying 1-1, Jamie Raines managed to score the winning goal, bringing the Lady Lions to 2-1 against the Lumberjacks.. After that weekend, every game they played resulted either in a win or an overtime tie.

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The new season started off well with a victory at Lamar University, scoring 3-2 after going into double overtime. However, the team faced consecutive losses against the University of Central Arkansas and Northwestern State University.

The Lady Lions entered the Southland Conference Soccer Tournament with a 6-2-3 record and an 11-match streak. They tied with Northwestern before they beat Stephen F. Austin State University in the semifinals. They then won against Sam Houston State with a 3-0 score. This changed the record to 8-2-4 and earned the team’s fourth Southland Tournament Title, the first in six years. The season also saw freshman Emma Jones named Southland Freshman of the Year, sophomore Makenzie Maher named Southland Newcomer of the Year, and Head Coach Christopher McBride named Southland Coach of the Year. “I’m just incredibly proud of this team,” McBride said. “The way we have competed with each other all fall and the way we have been like a family. It’s been an incredible journey.”

Junior midfielder Darby Gillette brings the ball in from the sidelines in a match against Texas A&M-Corpus Christi. Maggie Tregre

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Senior goalkeeper Nadine Maher prepares to kick. Maher recorded six saves during the game against Houston Baptist. Maggie Tregre

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Sophomore forward Ellie Williams takes back the ball during a game against Houston Baptist. The Lady Lions' victory over HBU ended their two-game tie streak. Maggie Tregre

Feb. 12 Feb. 26 Feb. 28 Mar. 5 Mar. 7 Mar. 12 Mar. 26 Mar. 28 Apr. 1 Apr. 3 Apr. 9 Apr. 13 Apr. 15 Apr. 17 Apr. 27

@Lamar @Central Arkansas @Northwestern State Sam Houston Stephen F. Austin McNeese @Incarnate Word @Abilene Christian Houston Baptist Texas A&M - Corpus Christi Nicholls Northwestern State* Stephen F. Austin* Sam Houston* Rutgers**

*Southland Conference Soccer Tournament **NCAA Women's College Cup

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Freshman defender Emma Jones (20) passes the ball down the field to her teammates in a game against Houston Baptist. Maggie Tregre

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Junior forward Paityn Bretzer tries to defend the ball from an HBU opponent. Bretzer played 14 games this season with four shots and two assists. Maggie Tregre


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Some of the Lady Lions cheer on their teammates from the sidelines during a game against Texas A&M - Corpus Christi. Maggie Tregre

Senior midfielder Megan Gordon plays in a match against Texas A&M-Corpus Christi. Gordon was one of five Lady Lions named to the 2020 All-Southland Conference Women's soccer team. Maggie Tregre

Jamie Raines tries to steal the ball from a Texas A&M-Corpus Christi Islander. Maggie Tregre

Junior defender Claire Huston headbutts the ball to a teammate in a game against Corpus Christi. Maggie Tregre

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Freshman defender Halli Roe tries for a point against Houston Baptist. Roe played 15 games and had four assists in her first season with the Lady Lions. Maggie Tregre


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Emma Jones prepares to send the ball down the field in a match against HBU on April 1. Jones was named the 2020 Southland Conference Freshman of the Year. Maggie Tregre

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Makenzie Maher and Hitomi Konno celebrate after Konno scored the second point of the Lady Lion's match against HBU. Both players scored goals in the first half of the game, leading the Lady Lions to victory over the Huskies. Maggie Tregre

Junior midfield Dalton Fish passes the ball during the game against the Corpus Christi Islanders. Fish was named to the 2020 Academic All-Southland Conference First Team, 2020 AllSouthland Conference First Team and the 2020 Southland Conference All-Tournament Team. Maggie Tregre

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Following a shorter season in 2020, the Lady Lions softball team returned for a more traditional season. The team competed in 51 games this season and won 28, which allowed them to compete in the Southland Conference. Unfortunately, the players came up short with only one win and two losses which put an end to their season.

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Beginning their season with the Lion Classic, their first games were major successes for the team. Junior pitcher Heather Zumo tossed the seventh shutout in the program's history against the University of South Dakota, scoring 11-0. in the first game. The team then beat South Dakota in two more games before being beaten by South Dakota and the University of North Texas.

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Following the event, Softball immediately entered the University of Alabama at Birmingham Green and Gold Classic. The team was able to win against Jacksonville State, 2-1, but they were unable to win the rest of the games in the tournament. While concluding their season with a less than successful run at the Southland Conference, the Lady Lions’ work throughout the season did not go in vain. The team attained a winning season record of 28-23, which included an impressive 7-game winning streak from Mar. 27 - Apr. 9. In comparison, the shortened 2020 season an average of 15-8 and 34-23 in 2019.

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Although the team did not score as many wins as they have in prior years, the members of the team distinguished themselves despite the circumstances. Zumo, Aeriyl Mass and Audrey Greely were named to the 2021 Louisiana Sports Writers Association AllLouisiana Collegiate Softball Teams. Additionally, Mass was selected onto the first team for the 2021 Southland Conference Softball Academic All-Conference Team

Sophomore pitcher Sophie Hannabas pitches the ball 108 during a home game against LSU on Mar. 16. LSU broke the team's 4-game winning streak. Brynn Lundy

Junior catcher Ella Manzer gets ready to catch the ball during the home game against LSU on Mar. 16. Manzer was named to the 2021 Preseason AllSouthland Conference First Team. Brynn Lundy

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In addition, the team established itself as a powerhouse in softball nationally. During this season, the team led with 2.96 stolen bases per game and a national rank of 151 steals for Division I softball.


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Madisen Blackford steps up to the plate during a game against Southern Miss at North Oak Park. Blackford was named to the 2021 Preseason All-Southland Conference First Team. Gabrielle Wood

Junior infielder Lindsey Rizzo slides into home plate during a game against the University of South Dakota. Due to previous inclement weather, the game had to be relocated to St. Thomas Aquinas High School. Symiah Dorsey

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Junior infielder/pitcher Briahna Bennett takes the field during the World Classic game on Sept. 25. Symiah Dorsey

Feb. 11-13 Feb. 13 Feb. 20 Feb. 20 Feb. 21 Feb. 21 Feb. 26 Feb. 27 Feb. 28 Mar. 3 Mar. 5 Mar. 6 Mar. 10 Mar. 12-13 Mar. 16 Mar. 19-20 Mar. 24 Mar. 26-27 Apr. 2-3 Apr. 5 Apr. 9-10 Apr. 17-18 Apr. 21 Apr. 27 Apr. 30-May 1 May 7-8 May 12 May 13 May 14

South Dakota North Texas Jacksonville State @UAB UL Lafayette @UAB Florida A&M @Florida State Florida Gulf Coast Louisiana Tech Troy @Auburn Southern Miss Lamar LSU @Houston Baptist @ULM Abilene Christian @Nicholls Mississippi State McNeese @Sam Houston State ULM Southern Central Arkansas @Northwestern State Abilene Christian* Northwestern State* Central Arkansas*

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Freshman infielder Lexi Johnson keeps an eye on the pitcher as she prepares to hit in the game against South Dakota at St. Thomas Aquinas. In this game, Johnson had two hits, three putouts and scored two runs. Symiah Dorsey

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Freshman outfielder Audrey Greely slides into first base during a home game against LSU. Brynn Lundy

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Aeriyl Mass looks out for the ball on the field at North Oak Park. Gabrielle Wood

Freshman outfielder Cameron Goodman dives onto third base during a game against the University of North Texas. Symiah Dorsey

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Freshman infielder Sarah Diaz, game against Southern Miss on Mar. 10 at North Oak Park. Gabrielle Wood

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Members of the softball team line up on the field prior to the Mar. 10 game against Southern Miss at North Oak Park. Some players wore face coverings throughout the game as a safety precaution against the spread of COVID-19. Gabrielle Wood

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Junior pitcher Heather Zumo warms up on the field of St. Thomas Aquinas High School. In the Feb. 11 game against the University of South Dakota, Zumo threw the seventh no-hitter in the program's history. Symiah Dorsey

Freshman infielder Ellie DuBois prepares to take a swing against the University of South Dakota. Symiah Dorsey

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Order on the Court Tennis team takes a swing at a spring season

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Putri Insani plays against LSUA. Insani was the leading scorer on the Women's Tennis Team, with a 12-5 record and ninematch winning streak. Nick Herring

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@Alcorn @Mississippi State @South Alabama @Tulane LSUA @UL Lafayette Incarnate Word Abilene Christian @Texas A&M - Corpus Christi @Lamar @Northwestern @Central Arkansas Omaha Houston Southern Nicholls UNO @McNeese Southern Miss @Jackson State Stephen F. Austin Sam Houston

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Sophomore Flory Bierma prepares to return the ball to her University of Nebraska Omaha opponent. Bierma and doubles partner Annemart Kleijn went 8-9 this season. Nick Herring

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After coming back from a canceled 2020 season, the Southeastern Louisiana women's tennis team struggled to pull off a winning record this spring.

Flory Bierma rushes to the ball in a match against Nicholls on Mar. 26, while Annemart Kleijn watches. The Lady Lions defeated the Colonels 5-2. Nick Herring

Nearly matching their 7-12 record in 2019, the team finished with an overall 7-15 in 2021. They started off with a 6-1 victory at Alcorn State, but they faced a 0-7 defeat at Mississippi State the next day.

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The Lions experienced a mix of cancellations and postponements and eventually faced a sevenmatch losing streak against rivals like Texas A&MCorpus Christi, Central Arkansas and Northwestern State. The team eventually broke the streak with a pair of back-to-back victories, going 4-0 against Southern University A&M and 5-2 against Nicholls State University. The Lions then fell 1-6 to the University of New Orleans at home.

Although the team was unable to pull off a winning record this season, one sophomore did receive honorable recognition. Indonesian native Putri Insani secured the most singles victories on the team and received a No. 1 singles spot as a third team selection on the 2020-21 All-Southland Conference Women’s Tennis Team. Insani obtained a 12-5 record this season and had a ninematch winning streak.

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Hope for making it into the Southland Tournament was sparked when the team won against their first Southland match-up at McNeese 4-3. Shortly after, the team fell to Southern Miss 0-4 but won against Jackson State 4-1. The Lions then competed with Stephen F. Austin for one of the last spots in the Southland Conference tournament but accepted a 0-7 defeat.

Russia native Polina Sleptsova achieved a 6-1 win against LSUA with her partner Katya Cornejo. Symiah Dorsey

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Putri Insani and Ximena Yanez take on Stephen F. Austin. The duo had eight wins and five losses this season. Elana Guillory

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Ariadna Perez prepares to return a forehand to her opponent. Perez got her first collegiate singles win during this match against LSUA. Symiah Dorsey

Flory Bierma during her match against Incarnate Word on Feb. 26.

Freshman Teodora Mitrovic hits a forehand during the team's match against LSUA. Tennis won against LSUA with a 6-1 record. Symiah Dorsey

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Freshman Annemart Kleijn serves on Mar. 26 to her Nicholls opponent. Tennis finished the match with a winning score of 5-2. Nick Herring Junior Katya Cornejo and freshman Polina Sleptsova take on Stephen F. Austin. Due to the pandemic, the Lady Lions had not faced Stephen F. Austin since Apr. 14 of 2019, in which game they won four games and lost three. Elana Guillory

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Katya Cornejo and Polina Sleptsova fist bump between plays. The duo fell to Stephen F. Austin with a record of 3-6. Elana Guillory

Junior Ximena Yanez serves the ball to her LSUA opponent. Yanez and doubles partner Putri Insani went undefeated with six wins during this match. Symiah Dorsey

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Track and field team returns with historic season

Seniors Lindsey Hutcheson, Sophie Daigle and Tara Stuntz attend a practice for the track and field team. All three were named to the 2021 Southland Conference Spring Commissioner's Honor Roll. Maggie Tregre

SCOREBOARD 01/16 01/29 02/28 03/12 03/12 03/19 03/25 04/09 04/11 04/23 04/30 05/14 05/26 06/09 06/18

Senior Stevon Crooks makes a throw during the shot put at the Southeastern Conference Tuneup. Crooks was named to the outdoor 2021 All-Southland Conference Shot Put Second Team. Chase Gispert

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While in the midst of shifting circumstances, the Southeastern Louisiana track and field team’s perseverance gave them a historic and successful season. The season opened with a successful indoor meet at the LSU Purple Tiger Invitational. At the invitational, Lady Lions Kristian Jackson and Indya Jackson were runner-ups in the shot put. Additionally, Madelyn McCabe ran in the 60m hurdles and achieved her personal best. Lions Slavko Stevic and Tommy Nedow were the winners of the high jump and shot put.

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Following the invitational, the Lions found major success at the Southland Conference Indoor Championships. Shea Foster won the 3K Championship, as well as set a conference indoor championship record in the 5K. Along with his many other accolades, he was also named as the Most Valuable Performer in the Southland Conference. Nedow also won the men’s shot put at the conference. The Lions concluded the conference as the runner ups. Beginning outdoor track and field in March, the team claimed seven titles as they competed at the South Alabama Invitational. Thomas Daigle and Parker McBride ranked within the top 10 nationally, as they placed first and second in the men’s 800m.

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Sophomore Kendall Cleveland prepares to make a successful landfall during his long jump. Cleveland made fourth place in the long jump with a 6.42m jump. Maggie Tregre

At the Southland Conference Outdoor Championship, the Lions solidified themselves as seasoned athletes, as they claimed more titles. Jonathon Sawyer was named the Most Outstanding Performer by the conference. Nedow received a title for the discus and Stevic received a title for the high jump. Franck DiSanza and Charlotte Wissing also won titles for the javelin. DiSanza was also named Southland Conference Track and Field Male StudentAthlete of the Year. Concluding their season with the NCAA Outdoor National Championships, DiSanza placed sixth and was awarded All-American Honors in the javelin. In addition, D.J. Ruffin, Jonathon Sawyer, James Benson II and Donovan Storr placed fifth and were awarded second team All-American recognition.

Junior Kristian Jackson starts a powerful lunge during her discus throw at the Southeastern Triangular.

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At the NCAA Division I Indoor National Championships, the Lions continued making the season historical. Finishing in sixth place, Shea Foster scored All-American Honors; this accolade has been awarded only 12 times prior in SELU Track and Field history.


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Sophomore Lara Zupanc thrusts herself over the pole during the pole vault competition at the Southeastern Conference Tuneup on May 1. Zupanc finished in sixth place for pole vault during the Southland Conference Indoor Championships. Elana Guillory

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Sophomore Slavko Stevic performs his high jump at the Southeastern Conference Tuneup. Stevic was named to the 2021 Southland Conference Outdoor Track & Field All-Conference First Team. Chase Gispert

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Setting Records Lady Lions have best seasonal record in two decades This spring, the Lady Lions volleyball team scored their first winning record since 2002 with an overall record of 11-5. Two players and head coach Jeremy White also received Southland All Conference honors. Customer is allowed to have objects outside of the margin.

Kailin Newsome, freshman outside hitter, was named the 2020 Southland Conference Volleyball Freshman of the Year and earned first-team honors. Newsome ended with a total of 280 kills, the most of any Lady Lion this season.

Sophomore middle blocker Crispin Adams finished the season with the highest attack percentage of the Lions and earned Southland third-team honors.

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White helped the Lady Lions earn a 9-3 Conference record and the highest tournament-seeding position since the start of the program. White was also named the Katrinka Jo Crawford Coach of the Year by the Southland Conference.

The Lady Lions had an inconsistent start to their season but finished with their best record in 19 years. White described why he believed the team had this memorable season. “It was simple— players bought into our system early. They understood that the team needed to be built around defense. The girls understood what needed to be done and trusted the coaching staff,” White said.

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Freshman defensive specialist Calli Collins serves during a game against UIW. Collins had a total of 118 digs this season. Maggie Tregre

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SCOREBOARD Freshman outside hitter Kailin Newsome serves during a match against Abilene Christian University. Newsome led the Lady Lions with 23 kills, three blocks and one ace during the match. Maggie Tregre

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Sophomore setter Ariana Hebert smiles for the fans at the start of a match against the University of Incarnate Word. This year, the Lady Lions achieved their best record in more than 15 years, with an overall 11-5 season record and a 9-3 in Conference play. Maggie Tregre

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Sophomore outside hitter Addison Vidrine (13) celebrates after scoring a point against Southland opponent Incarnate Word.

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Freshman defensive specialist Ansley Tullis passes of the ball to another player in a game against the University of Incarnate Word. Tullis had 13 digs in this game. Maggie Tregre Calli Collins serves against the University of Incarnate Word. Collins has 21 assists and 13 digs in this game against the Cardinals. Maggie Tregre

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Outside hitter Kailin Newsome passes the ball. Newsome scored a total of 304 points this season. Maggie Tregre

Freshman defensive specialist Ansley Tullis starts her serve during a game against Houston Baptist. Maggie Tregre

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Junior Karlee Wilkerson jumps up to block a hit from Incarnate Word. Maggie Tregre

Senior outside hitter Ryan Maddera (9) prepares to hit the ball. Madera was named to the 2021 Southland Conference Commissioner's Spring Honor Roll. Maggie Tregre

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Tumbling to Victory

Kamryn Fouts and the cheerleading team brings their energy to the field and cheer on the football team on Mar. 13.

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Daniel McClain and the cheer team charges onto the field in anticipation for a great game and performance on Apr. 3. Maggie Tregre

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Cheer beats the odds despite the unusual circumstances


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Kristajia Hart, Torion Vallery and the rest of the cheer team show their Lion pride on Oct. 24. Nick Herring

Despite an unprecedented season, the cheerleaders continue to dominate athletics and prepare for another historic season.

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Claiming their first gold medal at the 2021 UCA and UDA College and Dance Team National Championship, the safety precautions taken did not stifle their hard work. During the competition, the team took home a first place gold medal with their performance at the Open Coed Game Day Cheer competition. The team scored 95.5 for their performance. The team also placed second in the Small Coed Division I competition. The competitions were much different than in prior years. Because they were held virtually, the teams were able to take off their masks and have contact with each other to perform stunts.

McCain Carnegie and the cheer team excite the audience as they sound their horns.

Prior to the national championship, the team resumed their duties of bringing the spirit to the university. As safety precautions at Southeastern began to relax, the team was given much more freedom during their performances at sporting events on campus. They were able to perform their stunts and make contact with each other but were required to wear masks while performing. This season, the team had the opportunity to perform at Strawberry Stadium, the University Center, as well as football, basketball and several other sporting events.

Leigh Henderson prepares for landing after her high pike jump on Mar. 6. Dylan Meche

Much time was also put into the team’s outreach to the community and preparing prospective cheerleaders. While hosting frequent clinics throughout the semester, the team’s fall and spring semesters were busy with the multitude of seasons that were delayed due to the pandemic. Similarly, they also needed to prepare for their summer cheer camp and tryouts for the upcoming season. With the campus preparing for a more traditional upcoming academic year, members of the Lion family and cheer team are hopeful for another exciting and successful season 125

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Striking Gold Persevering through a busy season Senior Sarah Wolfe waves to the stands during a football game in Strawberry Stadium.

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Kaylee McLaughlin and members of the Lionette Dance Team bring their spirit to a football game against Lamar. Nick Herring

Haley Vicknair, center, is all smiles as she finishes her performance with the Lionettes at a home football game. Nick Herring

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Continuing their legacy of greatness on and off of the mat, little changed for the Lionettes Dance Team despite their circumstances. Concluding the spring semester with a gold medal and a first place spot in the Division I Hip Hop competition of the 2021 UCA & UDA College Nationals, the team’s accomplishments this year heavily mirrors their past work. The team also struck gold in the same category in 2018, but were stifled slightly in 2020 as they placed fifth. Returning stronger than ever for the 2020-2021 academic year, the virtual competition was the finale to their eventful and unrivaled season.

The Lionettes mask up and pose for a picture before bringing their spirit to the Homecoming Parade. Prakriti Adhikari

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Starting afresh with Haley Lanter as their new head coach, the team’s priorities revolved around ensuring that they made up for the canceled events and time lost in the prior season.

Between a busy sports season, much of their time was spent preparing for tryouts and clinics for prospective Lionettes.

Ally Serigne, front, leads the Lionettes in their half-time performance during a Men's Basketball game against McNeese.

The team made sure to bring their spirit for many of the sporting events that were delayed. With sports such as football and basketball playing in the spring, great emphasis was placed on bringing spirit and encouraging others to pursue dance.

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Performing regularly during the spring semester, the Lionettes worked diligently to perfect their routine for nationals, prepare for clinics and practice for the sporting events they frequented. Through their practices and performances at on-campus events, the Lionettes protected themselves with masks and pushed for a productive season. As the Lionette family expands and evolves, members of the team anticipate another successful and electrifying season.

Kaylee McLaughlin, center, performs a routine with her fellow members of the dance team. Maggie Tregre The Lionettes get in formation before their performance in a game against Northwestern State on Mar. 13. Symiah Dorsey

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Many of the dance clinics that were initially planned for Spring 2020 were canceled or moved online due to the onslaught of the pandemic.


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Carrying the Banner Color Guard raises the flag for school spirit

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Instead of practicing alongside the Spirit of the Southland Marching Band, as had been in previous years, the Southeastern Color Guard would practice inside the Pennington Center and Pottle band hall. They were required to wear masks at all times and remain six feet apart from each other. Despite their practices, however, the team was not able to perform at the same events that they normally performed. In a normal year, they would have performed at Hot August Nights, Strawberry Jam and the Strawberry Festival, among other events. However, due to COVID restrictions, all these events and more were canceled or modified to keep people safe. This meant the team could not perform like normal.

Yet, the team was able to perform for home football games in Strawberry Stadium. This year, the color guard had to remain spaced out during their performances at the home football games. Like the marching band drum line, they stood socially distanced from each other while seated in the stands.

Madeline Olah twirls her flag during the Mar. 6 football game. Dylan Meche

Color guard co-captain Miranda Matise leads the other members into Strawberry Stadium on Mar. 13. Nick Herring

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The Color Guard’s only performance outside of sporting events was during the Homecoming parade on October 24, 2020. The members were placed by W. University Ave. alongside the members of the marching band, and they would twirl their flags for the people leaving the parade route. Even during this, they made sure to remain socially distanced from each other.


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The members of the color guard stand socially distanced from each other at the Apr. 3 football game, with the Spirit of the Southland drum line behind them. Nick Herring

Alexis Kuehn, back, Madeline Olah, Nina Asis and L'kylia Pitts pose for a picture during a color guard practice. Courtesy of Jarian Jordan

Trinity Perkins rests her flag on the ground while warming up before a football game.

Emily Vicknair pivots her flag while standing on the field at the Mar. 6 football game. Dylan Meche

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Spirit of the Southland Marching Band keeps its spirits up

Although the Spirit of the Southland Marching Band spends most of its time outdoors, it was still heavily affected this year and saw a very unconventional season. Much like the other ensemble bands in the music program, the marching band had to follow COVID-19 guidelines in order to meet. Although they could practice inside their band room, they needed to remain at least six feet away from each other. This rule was extended to their outdoor practices as well. Led by drum majors Brian Williams, a senior communications major, and Josh Hebert, a junior music education major, the marching band’s only true performance was during the Homecoming parade on October 24, 2020. The members were placed by W. University Ave. as they played music for the people leaving the parade route. Even though they were outdoors, they had to remain socially distanced from each other.

The marching band also has a pep band, a group of musicians that would normally play during the women’s and men’s basketball games. However, the members were not allowed to play like they regularly would and were confined to the stadium seats.

Drum major Brian Williams smiles for a quick picture at the Homecoming reverse parade with trombonist Michael deGraauw. Nick Herring

"We are looking forward to hopefully next marching season if again, everything turns back to normal for the fall, marching season where marching is actually allowed on the field during games," said Dr. Jeffrey Wright, head of the Department of Music and Performing Arts.

Marching band member Aaron Loupe speaks with drum major Joshua Hebert at the Mar. 13 football game. Nick Herring

Members of the marching band perform at the Homecoming reverse parade. This was the only performance this year where all members were allowed to perform. Sarah Audiffred

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During a regular football season, the full marching band would perform alongside the cheerleaders, Lionettes and color guard. However, due to COVID-19 regulations, only the drum line was allowed to perform on the field. Although the drum line was able to perform cadences, the national anthem and alma mater were played via a recording over the stadium speakers.


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The Spirit of the Southland marching band stands in place and plays while undergraduate assistant Aaron Wallace leads in a song. Players had to practice while standing six feet apart. Courtesy of Jarian Jordan

Marching band member Cherokee Collins takes a break from practicing.

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Erin Hicks and Sarah Curtis, both members of the marching band, practice socially distant from each other inside the band room in Pottle Hall. Courtesy of Jarian Jordan

Marching band member Billy Mizell practices on his mellophone for a performance. Courtesy of Jarian Jordan

Bailey Burke, Chasidy Miller, Kyleigh Mixon, and Jared Brown play taps as they march towards Strawberry Stadium for a football game. Nick Herring

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Graduates from the College of Business listen to Sam Domiano, vice president of administration and finance, during the Spring 2021 Commencement Ceremony. Dylan Meche 133

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Pomp and Circumstance Fall and spring commencement ceremonies held in new locations For any graduate, it’s a big deal to be able to walk across the stage and receive the diploma that they’ve worked so hard to earn. Nothing can stand in the way of a graduating student and their degree - not even a pandemic or a thunderstorm. The Fall 2020 commencement ceremony was split into four separate events over two days. To further ensure that students and guests kept a safe distance apart, the ceremonies were also held outdoors in Strawberry Stadium. In addition to the Fall 2020 graduates, the ceremonies also served as the commencement for Spring and Summer 2020 graduates that did not get to celebrate their achievements earlier that year due to the ongoing pandemic. For the Spring 2021 ceremonies, the original plan was to have four separate outdoor ceremonies similar to Fall 2020. However, inclement weather prevented commencement from taking place outdoors in Strawberry Stadium. In addition, the University Center was being renovated, so each of the four ceremonies were broken down into smaller groups and separate commencements were held in various locations across campus. These locations included the Student Union Ballroom, the Student Union Theatre, Pottle Auditorium, the Vonnie Borden Theatre and the KIVA Auditorium inside of the Cate Teacher Education building. Two audience members film their student from the stands in Strawberry Stadium. Safiya White TRIM LINE TRIM LINE

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President John Crain hands out diplomas from a safe 134 distance. Staying six feet apart was one of the safety regulations incorporated into the ceremonies. Nick Herring

The Fall 2020 Commencement ceremonies were held outdoors in Strawberry Stadium instead of in the University Center. Nick Herring

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Family members cheer on their graduate during a commencement ceremony inside the Student Union Ballroom. Symiah Dorsey

Dr. Ann Carruth, dean of the College of Nursing and Health Sciences, addresses the audience inside of Pottle Auditorium. Pottle was one of five locations for the indoor commencement ceremonies. Maggie Tregre

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Graduate students in the College of Education celebrated their commencement in the KIVA inside of the Cate Teacher Education Building. Symiah Dorsey

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Attendees watch a pre-recorded video of SGA President L'Oreal Williams giving a speech. Because the ceremonies were separated into smaller groups, speakers could not be physically present at all ceremonies.


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Class of 2020

Kaylee Normand shows off her diploma to the crowd in Strawberry Stadium. Due to safety restrictions, Fall Commencement was split into four ceremonies, all held outdoors. Brynn Lundy

Breanna Trosclair, a Spring 2020 graduate, throws up a peace sign as she lines up in Strawberry Stadium. Brynn Lundy

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Devin Jenkins straightens out his stolls before lining up to receive his diploma. Nick Herring

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Mirella Diaz stands waits to exit Strawberry Stadium at the end of her commencement ceremony. Nick Herring

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A graduate’s decorated cap reads: “This is for you, Mom.” Brynn Lundy

Gio Von Villania, a Spring 2020 graduate, receives his diploma during the Fall 2020 commencement ceremony. Lorraine Peppo

Graduate students from the College of Nursing and Health Sciences enter Strawberry Stadium on the morning of Dec. 9. Many students who graduated in the spring of 2020 also attended one of the Fall 2020 ceremonies to receive a diploma because the Spring 2020 ceremonies were canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Brynn Lundy

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Madison McEntee waves as she enters Strawberry Stadium with her fellow graduates. Although McEntee graduated in the spring of 2020, she attended the Fall 2020 commencement ceremony to receive her degree. Brynn Lundy


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Michael Schroeder, a Spring 2020 graduate, celebrates after receiving his Master's degree during the Fall 2020 commencement ceremony for the College of Business.

Antonio Jackson waves and holds up his diploma. Brynn Lundy

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Autumn Collins waves as she is honored with the President’s Medal from the College of Science and Technology. Collins, who graduated in Spring 2020, received her medal at the Fall 2020 commencement ceremony since there was no ceremony held in the spring due to COVID-19. Brynn Lundy

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Ethan Anderson stands and waits to be brought to the stage during the commencement ceremony for the Colleges of Education and Science and Technology. Safiya White

“Some things never change... like my love for teaching,” reads this College of Education graduate’s cap. Brynn Lundy

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Danielle Benton and Brittany Bertoniere pose together in Strawberry Stadium after graduating from the College of Business. Nick Herring

Sierra Wynn enters Strawberry Stadium at the start of the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences commencement ceremony.

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Zia Collier graduates from the College of Science and Technology on Dec. 9, 2020. Safiya White

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Jesse Nata points to the diploma he received from the College of Science and Technology. Brynn Lundy

Elisabeth Raynes, a Spring 2020 graduate, received her Master’s degree on Dec. 8, 2020. Safiya White

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Layne Templet receives her diploma from President John Crain. Templet graduated from the College of Nursing and Health Sciences and earned the President's Medal. Symiah Dorsey

Holland Hardison walks across the Student Union Ballroom Stage. Hardison received the President's Medal for Academic Excellence. Symiah Dorsey

Madeline Lato is all smiles as she graduates from the College of Business. Symiah Dorsey

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Nia Zeno crosses the stage of the Vonnie Borden Theatre as she graduates from the College of Business.

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Faith Blount walks across the stage to receive her degree from the College of Business. Symiah Dorsey

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Kinsey Moran graduates from the College of Science and Technology during a ceremony held in the Student Union Ballroom. Dylan Meche

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Grace Walford graduates summa cum laude from the College of Education. Maggie Tregre


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Arielle Williams

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Ta'Lynn Belle and Karen Beall pose with their diplomas after graduating with a Bachelor of Arts. Maggie Tregre

Aleia Trufant graduates from the College of Business. Symiah Dorsey

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Pares Webb gestures to the audience as she walks across the stage to earn her second degree. Symiah Dorsey

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Graduate students from the College of Nursing and Health Sciences exit the Student Union Ballroom after the ceremony. Maggie Tregre

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Kearra Moore takes her diploma during one of the commencement ceremonies for the College of Nursing and Health Sciences. Moore attended the ceremony in the Student Union Ballroom on May 19. Symiah Dorsey

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Ricketta Griffin cross the stage of the Student Union Ballroom as she graduates from the College of Nursing and Health Sciences. Symiah Dorsey

Byronesha Jackson celebrates moments after receiving her degree from the College of Education. Maggie Tregre Bomani Brown acknowledges a member of the audience as he walks down the steps of the Vonnie Borden Theatre for a commencement ceremony for College of Business. Dylan Meche

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Trinity Brown

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Austin Dewease

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Jordyn Franklin

Michael "Chase" Gispert

Elana Guillory

Ashlyn Harris

Sean Haydel

Nicholas Herring

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Office Staff Dr. Lee Lind Lorraine Peppo Gemma Carter Ashlyn Harris Sean Haydel Alyssa Larose

The Lion's Roar Newspaper Prakriti Adhikari Kloe Andrews Brooke Bell Gerard Borne Trinity Brown Austin Dewease Symiah Dorsey Rachel Folse Jordyn Franklin Chase Gispert Elana Guillory

AJ Juneau Brynn Lundy Daniel McClain Dylan Meche Austin O'Brien Caleb Peppers Maggie Tregre Lojuanda Weary Safiya White Chloe Williams Gabrielle Wood

Le Souvenir Yearbook Sarah Audifred Victoria Buras Megan Grulkey Elana Guillory Nicholas Herring Maggie Tregre Tamara Williams

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When I first joined the yearbook staff in February 2020, I had no idea that a month later we would all be forced to work from our computers. Needless to say, my first few months on the job were a bit unorthodox. I didn’t have the same type of experience that I would have had if I had started earlier on. I was isolated and had to work independently. During the fall semester, when Victoria stepped down as the editor for the yearbook, I became the only active employee. Sure, we had a couple of new hires, but I remained the only consistent employee. I realized that I would have to learn a lot of things very quickly. It was a little bit nervewracking, seeing as I was trying to get as many pictures for the yearbook all by myself. However, I continued to push through with whatever I knew to do, and by the time the semester had ended, I had accomplished a lot. Thankfully, when the spring semester started, I had a lot of help from the workers at The Lions Roar. Without their help, we would not have a lot of the pictures that we have used in this yearbook, so I am grateful for that. I also have to brag on my co-editor, Maggie, who has been a tremendous help. She has helped think of things that I would not have thought of otherwise, especially considering I have not had any yearbook training prior to this. This year has been unlike anything else before, and I believe that this yearbook is a faithful representation and record of what this crazy year was like. I hope that you are very pleased with the end result.

Nick Herring 183 Co-Editor, Le Souvenir 2021

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I joined the Office of Student Publications two years ago in the fall of 2019. I was hired on as a staff reporter for The Lion’s Roar Newspaper, where I stayed for three semesters. I eventually switched over to the Le Souvenir staff in December of 2020, where I helped to finish up the 2020 yearbook before we were able to start the 2021 edition. Although we didn’t have as much time as I would have liked to work on this project, I’m still very proud of what we were able to accomplish this year, especially given the unusual circumstance of having to work through a pandemic. If it weren’t for the continued support, enthusiasm, and dedication of both the Le Souvenir and The Lion’s Roar staff, completing this yearbook would not have been possible. I would like to thank Nick and Elana for all of their help with this project. I feel honored and humbled to have had an opportunity to work with both of them, especially considering that this whole book came together in a little over a semester. Nick, I couldn’t have asked for a better co-editor. Whether it’s bouncing ideas off of each other in the office or volunteering to go take photos of a group at the last minute, you were always right there when I needed you. Elana, you brought such a unique perspective to this project, and I can’t even begin to express how much I appreciate what you’ve done. I’d also like to thank everyone at The Lion’s Roar, not only for their help with the book’s content, but also for the friendships I’ve formed over the past two years. From the Christmas parties to switching offices to working remotely, I’ve never worked with such an amazing and talented group of people. Maggie Tregre You have given me two years worth of wonderful memories, so I present Co-Editor, Le Souvenir 2021 you with one more memory: the 2021 edition of Le Souvenir.

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Index

Abadie, Caroline 138 Abadie, Katie 156 Abraham, Ashley 59 Academics 50 Acevedo, Brennan 156, 175 Adams, Crispin 121 Adams, Gabrielle 156 Adams, Jazmin 156 Adams, Madelyn 38 Adams, Matthew 156 Adhikari, Prakriti 156, 180 Aguilera, Mariana 67 Aidt, Ashlyn 138 Alario, Allison 138 Albin, Lou-Anne 138 Alexander, Alexis 64 Alford, Matthew 59 Allen, Alva 156 Allen, Austin 138 Allen, Britani 138 Allen, Samuel 44 Allred, Madisyn 138 Alpha Omicron Pi 30, 36 Alpha Phi Alpha 36 Alpha Psi Omega 44 Alpha Sigma Tau 37 Alston, Conner 156 American Chemical Society 45 American Welding Society 42 Amerson, Ryan 156 Anderson, Ethan 140 Anderson, LaToya 156 Anderson, Madison 156 Anderson, Mason 138 Andre, Kelsey 156 Andrews, Kloe 180 Andrus, Daycia 138 Anger, Timothy 58 Applewhite, Carlen 138 Arceneaux, Alanna 138 Ardoin, Syndey 48 Ardoin, Victoria 60 Armanini, Rebecca 138 Armantrout, Logan 156 Arnold, Alyssa 156 Arnold, Terrance 38 Ashiru, Ruhullah 39 Ashraf, Navid 156 Asis, Nina 129 Assavedo, Hunter 138 Athletics and Spirit Groups 72 Atkins, Gabrielle 61 Attaway, Mary 44 Aucoin, Jean-Paul 138 Audiffred, Sarah 180 Austin, Camryn 156 Austin, Emma 139 Austin, Keenan 19 Avegno, Carsyn 44 Averitt, Megan 156

B Miss Southeastern 2021 Lily Gayle poses with Ed Orgeron, head coach of LSU football, on the sidelines of Strawberry Stadium before the 184 home game against McNeese State University. Courtesy of Lily Gayle

Babin, Kirsten 139 Baggett, Reagan 156 Baham, Danni 156 Bailey, Kayla 156 Bailey, Maurice 139 Bailey, Shelby 156 Baker, Bethany 156 Baker, Buffy 156 Baker, Katelyn 156

Bodden, Jenny 46, 157 Bonaccorso, Tiffani 157 Bonaventure, Brandon 139 Bonck, Morgan 139 Bonds, Taylor 139 Bonius, Amora 139 Boone, McCall 149 Booth, Andrew 139 Borcherding, Grace 139 Bordelon, Jenna 139 Borgstede, Scott 139, 157 Borne, Gerard 30, 180-181 Borne, Nicholas 157 Bosman, Mitchell 157 Boss, Blair 157 Bossier, Morgan 158 Boudoin, Christopher 139 Boudreaux, Colette 40 Boudreaux, Fay 53 Boudreaux, Macy 158 Bougere, Johnmarie 158 Bourdier, Whitney 29 Bourg, Brian 158 Bourg, Bryan 39 Bourg, Riley 158 Bourgeois, Chloe 158 Bourgeois, Hannah 139 Bourgeois, Savannah 60 Boutchard, Avery 39 Bovia, Victoria 139 Boyd, Emma 139 Bozeman, Darrian 158 Bradford, Kaitlyn 13, 44, 47 Bradley, Cameron 43, 139 Branch, Thomas 158, 172 Brandon, Carl 43 Branton, Haley 139 Braud, Macall 11 Brazile, Gail 158 Breaux, Rwanda 158 Breckwoldt, Ashton 158 Breeden, Riley 139 Bretzer, Paityn 105 Brister, Michelle 47 Britten, Alexis 139 Britton, Nathaniel 54 Brock, Carter 158 Brock, Tyler 45 Broussard, Bryce 158 Brown, Bomani 158, 179 Brown, Chrissy 87 Brown, Crista 158 Brown, Jared 131 Brown, Jordan 158 Brown, Joshua 139 Brown, Nieysha 139 Brown, Trinity 180 Brown, William 158 Browning, Emily 58-59 Bryant, Breanna 158 Buchanan, Lauren 30, 4647 Buckwalter, Allie 158 Bullard, Kayla 158 Buras, Victoria 158, 180 Burise Jr., Shelvis 158 Burke, Bailey 131 Burke, Emily 15, 44 Burnette, Madison 12 Burnette, Mason 20, 23 Burns, MaLik 36, 139 Burns, Scott 58 Burse, Jasmine 140 Bush, Lauren 158 Butler Jr., Darnell 18-19, 31-33, 158 Butler, Jada 14, 158 Byrd, Cerah 157-158 Byrne, Haleigh 158

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Roomie goes in for a bite of his inflatable birthday cake during his birthday celebration on Mar. 17. Roomie turned 57 this year. Trinity Brown

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Baker, Katlyn 139 Baker, LaTasha 156 Ballard, Joshua 15, 59 Ballard, Kristan 156 Banks, Larry 139 Banks, Sydney 139 Banks, Ty'Real 139 Banks, Tyra 156 Bankston, Leah 139 Barattini, Matthew 139 Barbay, Hannah 156 Baptist Collegiate Ministry 15, 44 Barosh, Hannah 90 Barringer, Madison 156 Barrios, Zack 100, 103 Barrow, Cory 139 Barton, Makayla 156 Baseball, 76-79 Basketball, Men's 80-83 Basketball, Women's 84-87 Basnet, Prashant 46 Bateman, Grayson 139 Baudoin, Leah 156 Baudoin, Zoe 45 Baurle, Nathaniel 43 Bayer, Sydney 56 Beach Volleyball 88-91 Beal, Cameron 156 Beall, Karen 177 Becnel, Casi 54 Becnel, Paige 139 Becnel, Reba 156 Belgard, Erin 139 Belgard, Josie 156 Bell, Ashley 139 Bell, Brooke 180 Bell, Jalen 97 Bellanger, Marissa 156 Belle, Ta'Lynn 177 Bennet, Taylor 55 Bennett, Allie 139 Bennett, Briahna 109 Bennett, Janice 156 Bennett, Savannah 44 Benoit, Landon 156 Benson, Abigail 156 Benson, Katelynn 139 Benton, Danielle 139, 143 Bercegeay, Lauren 139 Bergeron, Brailyn 66 Bernard, Arthur 62 Bernard, Daytoria 139, 147 Berry, Virginia 139 Berthelot, Sharon 156 Bertoniere, Brittany 139, 143 Bertrand, Alex 139 Beverly III, Alfred 139 Bickham, Kira 42 Bierma, Flory 112-114 Billiot, Meghan 156 Billiot, Shelby 62, 156 Biology Graduate Student Organization 45 Bishop, Chloe 54 Black Student Union 29, 42 Blackford, Madisen 109, 156 Blackwell, Brandon 157 Blackwell, Danielle 157 Blackwell, Raini 157 Blair, Matthew 157 Blakeney, Anthony 42, 71 Blomquist, Megan 54 Blouin, Breigh 157 Blouin, Caden 157 Blount, Faith 157, 172 Bobe, Heidi 157


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D'Amico, Madison 160 Dade, Katelyn 141 Dahlmans, Dalina 160 Daigle, Sera 161 Daigle, Sophie 93, 95, 116 Daigrepont, Michael 161

Tyler Tran and Basanta Khakurel pose at the photo booth during the 40th Annual DSA Convocation. Hannah Juneau

Homecoming Beau Court member Jawuan Walker poses for a "Lion Up" selfie with other members of the Homecoming Court. Symiah Dorsey

Rows of chairs are spaced six feet apart for the graduating students to maintain a safe distance from each other during the fall commencement ceremony. Nick Herring 185

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CAB 29, 34-35 Caccamo, Casey 158 Cade, Emone 158 Caillouet, Megan 140 Caldwell, Kayla 41 Caldwell, Nick 81, 83 Calvaruso, Marisa 89-90, 158 Canady, Kaylee 34 Canizaro, Kayla 140 Cannon, Alan 71 Canova, Bailey 158 Capace Jr., Scott 39 Capell, Angela 140 Carbo, Lauren 149 Carbo, Pamela 140 Carnegie, McCain 125 Carral, Alacia 140 Carrier, Heidi 158 Carrier, Morgan 84, 86 Carruth, Ann 135 Carter, DaNaysha 158 Carter, Emily 158 Carter, Kaleigh 38 Carter, Kaylee 140 Carter, Terrell 96, 187 Carter, Ty 158 Cartozzo, Hannah 37 Caruso, Kaleigh 158 Casebonne, Allie 38 Cassidy, Bill 190 Cassie, Ranesha 140 Cater, Deborah 158 Cavalier, Sara 20-21 Cavalier, Taylor 158 Cayer, Joshua 140 Celestine, Jy'Nea 158 Celestine, Tyrean 158 Champagne III, James 158 Champagne, Taylor 158 Chandler, Abigail 140 Chandler, Katelyn 140 Chandler, Lauren 140 Chaney, Akira 140 Chaney-Martinez, Mateo 44 Charbonnet, Amber 43 Chatman, Ja'Leya 159 Chatman, Renietta 159 Chauvin, Don 140 Cheerleaders 72-73, 124125 Chemin, Kassie 159 Chenevert, Robert 159 Cherry III, Ronald 141 Child Life Student Association 47 Choppin, Michael 38 Christophe, Herman 97, 99 Chustz, Grace 37 Cifreo, Easton 150 Clark, Breanna 141 Clark, Kahne 31 Clark, Sydnee 159 Clement, Zoe 141 Clements, Jeremiah 141 Clergeot, Keon 81, 83 Cleveland, Kendall 117 Cline, Shelbi 159 Coats, Christopher 159 Coco, Ashley 141 Coker, April 12, 141 Cole, Bridgette 159 Coleman, Darrien 141 Coleman, Lora 141

Dalier, Aliyah 45 Dalton, Kadeijah 161 Dardano, Shelia 161 Dardeau, Aimee 161 Dardeau, Natalie 161 Dauenhauer, Angelica 44 Daussat, Madeline 161 David, Mackenzie 13, 43 Davis, Ashley 161 Davis, Brett 161 Davis, Jennifer 161 Davis, Juanesha 161 Davis, Julia 161 Davis, Katelyn 141 Davis, Keely 141 Davis, Lauren 40 Davis, Megan 141 Davis, Samantha 141 Davis, Stormy 141 Dawson, Amber 141 Dawson, Kieara 141 Day, Zacharie 70 Daze, Courtney 161 DeBlaiso, Matt 99 Debose, Davia 161 DeBourg, Taylor 18, 161 deGraauw, Michael 43, 130 Delatte, Cole 161 Delaune III, Alvin 161 Deliberto, Jacob 31 Delta Omega Alpha 44 Delta Tau Delta 39 Dendinger, Kayla 141 Dennis, Jade 38 Deroche, Evan 161 Dettman, Haylee 40 Dettman, Thomas 161 Dewease, Austin 180 Diaz, Mirella 137 Diaz, Sarah 110 DiCarlo, Jared 161 Diez, Cameron 161 Diez, Jordan 161 Dillon, Colby 40, 161 Dimail, Dara 44 Divinity, Antonia 161 Dixon, Devin 141 Dixon, Hannah 62 Dobard, Kali 161 Dolly, Chase 161 Domingue, Kyiarra 161 Dorsey, Symiah 180-181 Doucet, Christian 161 Doucet, Jacqueline 141 Dougherty, Nicholas 141 Doughty, Erin 161 Douglas, William 43 Dowies, Skylar 161 Drago, Heather 161 Drude, Carly 161 Drude, Meredith 141 DSA Convocation 28-31 DuBois, Ellie 111 DuBose, Bria 141 Ducksworth, Breonca 84, 87 Duet, Thomas 141 Dufrene, Gabrielle 141 Dunigan, Taylor 141 Dunn, Alexis Duplessis, Alexis 141 Dupre, Cleo 186 Dupre, Kylee 161 Dupuis, Alexandra 47, 161 Dupuy, Peyton 161 Duvall, Marjorie 141 Duvernay, Jacob 161, 186

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College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences 5255 College of Business 56-59 College of Business Ambassadors 47 College of Education 60-63 College of Nursing and Health Sciences 64-67 College of Science and Technology 68-71 Collie, Angel 157, 159 Collier, Zia 141, 143 Collins, Abigail 141 Collins, Alana 141 Collins, Autumn 138 Collins, Calli 120, 122 Collins, Cherokee 131 Collum, John 141 Color Guard 128-129 Cook, Chelsea 159 Cook, Max 46 Cook, Savannah 159, 167 Cooper, Brenley 141 Cooper, Madison 159 Cooper, Sarah 141 Copeland, Maci 153 Copping, Monica 141 Cordero, Anthony 94 Cornejo, Katya 112, 115, 159 Cortez, Bailee 47 Cortina, Carla 44, 159 Costanza, Sydney 160 Cousins, Katherine 155 Couture, Joshua 44 COVID-19 6-7 Cowart, Tyson 39 Cox, Adrienne 46, 160 Cox, Allissa 141 Craige, Mariah 46 Crain, Ijaha 160 Crain, John 17, 134, 144, 171, 186 Cramer, Ruby 141 Crapanzano, Hannah 141 Crawford, Chandler 160 Crescent Circus 16-17 Cripple, Megan 63 Crockett, Joshua 160 Crooks, Stevon 116 Cross Country 92-95 Cross, Michael 141 Crousillac, Cole 160 Crowe, Melissa 47, 160, 162 Crowell, Lanell 160 Crutcher, Terri 141 Cuevas, Daniel 160 Cuevas, David 160 Culmone, Ashley 141 Cummings, Johnecia 65 Cunningham, Cierra 85-87 Curry, Lidia 47 Curtis, Sarah 131 Cutrer, Britney 160 Cutrer, Madison 160 Cyprian, Armani 43 Cyrus, Claire 38


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East, Miranda 161 Eber, Michelle 161 Edo, Jodi 141 Edrington, Haili 141 Edwards, Rachel 161 Ellis, Jada 161 Ellis, Lacey 142 Ellis, Lauren 142 Ellison, Morgan 96, 98 Elmore, Evan 161 Ernst, Christina 161 Erwin, Casey 162 Evans, Jyrus 142 Evans, Lauren 162

Cleo Dupre, a freshman music major, plays the clarinet through a special mask. Students who performed in ensembles still had to wear masks and social distance when necessary. Brynn Lundy

Jacob Duvernay points to the audience during a commencement ceremony for the College of Nursing and Health Sciences inside Pottle Auditorium. Maggie Tregre

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Faciane, Nathan 162 Falcon, Mckenzi 142 Falgout, Haley 162 Farace, Haylee 61 Farmer, Caitlin 142 Farno, Jessica 162 Farrell, Shannon 162 Farrow, Laura 162 Faulkner, Preston 76, 78 Fayed, Ahmad 71 Felder, Wenter 142 Felipe, Jonathan 54 Fellowship of Christian Athletes 43 Felton, Kyriel 142 Fernandez, Nina 162 Fernandez, Stephanie 162 Ferrara, Allie 68 Ferrara, Avery 142 Fink Jr., James 142 Finke, Tyler 76, 77, 79 Fiorella, Alexis 142 Firmin, Renee 162 Fish, Dalton 107 Fitzgerald, Michael 162 Flauss, Kennedy 40 Fleming, Trevor 162 Flipside Dance 17, 43 Flood, LeShe' 64 Flores, Jesse 43 Fogarty, Reese 162 Folse, Rachel 180 Fontenot, Alaina 162 Fontenot, Karen 157, 162, 165 Fontenot, Katherine 142 Football 96-99 Foreman, Ebony 142 Foster, Elizabeth 142 Foster, Emery 163 Foster, Matthew 163 Foster, Shea 74, 92, 95 Fouts, Kamryn 124 Fowler, Landon 163 Fraiser, Michael 68 Franc, Claudio 163 Franklin, Anoizeia 163 Franklin, Jordyn 180 Franklin, Kelsin 142 Frazier, Antonica 163 Freeman, Breanna 142 Fremin, Rick 190 Frioux, Reagan 142 Fryar, Avery 59 Fryou, Carson 46, 55 Fulgenzi, Heath 46 Fuller, Mason 58

Gabel, Brooke 163 Gabourel, Kelsey 163 Gabriel, Hunter 163 Gage, Cleveland 39, 62 Galey, Christian 163 Galjour, Jake 163 Gant, Callegan 163 Garaudy, Alison 12, 142 Garcia, Christian 77-79 Gardiner, Bailee 142 Gardner, Jasmine 142 Garon, Peyton 163 Garrett, Aimee 142 Garza, Lexi 163 Gaudin, Bryce 39 Gautier, Jenny 142 Gautreaux, Adrien 142 Gayle, Lily 20, 22, 24-25, 27, 184, 189 Gebbia, Hayden 71 Gehbauer, Leeann 163 Gerhardt, Jeremiah 44 Gersch, Brad 163 Gettle, Ashley 68 Giacone, Hycy 142 Giaratano, Hailey 84-85, 87 Gibson-Goad, Mia 26 Gilbert, Dylan 45 Gill, Rebecca 142 Gillette, Darby 104 Gilliam, Danejan 14 Giluso, Lauren 163 Ginn, Lauren 163 Gispert, Chase 180 Glueck, Amanda 142 Glynn, Hannah 163 Gobert, Brett 163 Goines, Jordan 163 Goins, Kiara 142 Golden, Jaila 163 Golding, Tena 6, 155, 157, 168 Goldsby, Laken 38 Golf 100-103 Gomez, Samantha 120, 163 Gondolfi, Gabriella 142 Gonzales Jr., Christopher 142 Gonzales, Noilen 163 Gonzalez, Alberto 163 Goodman, Annie 142 Goodman, Cameron 110 Gordon, Brooklyn 142 Gordon, Megan 106, 163 Goree, Logan 163 Graduates 132 Granger, Troy 190 Grantham, Shelby 44 Gray, Kerri 142 Gray, Keviana 163 Greek Life 36-41 Greely, Audrey 110 Green, Alexis 142 Greenwood, Kennedi 142 Gregiore, Sarah 47 Gressaffa, Sydney 163 Griffin, Julia 163 Griffin, Ricketta 43, 163, 179 Griffin-Scudari, Lauren 163 Grimes, Courtney 163 Grizzaffi, Bryce 78-79 Gros, Abby 12 Guedry, Brooke 142

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Kaltenbacher, Sarah 166 Kappa Alpha Psi 38 Kappa Kappa Psi 43 Kappa Sigma 41 Kasperzyk, Joe 80 Keller, Evan 76 Kelley, Bailee 166 Kelley, Brendon 97 Kelley, Cole 96, 98, 187 Kelly, Natalie 84, 86-87 Kemp, Jamon 83 Kennedy, Mary 47 Kent, Elizabeth 166 Kent, Hallie 40 Kent, Quinnieka 145 Kerr, Kristofer 100-102 Ketchum, Derington 162 Keys, Kevin 145 Khakurel, Basanta 18, 28, 31, 44, 166, 185 Kiefer, David 81 Kiger, Matthew 66 Kimball, Hayden 154, 166 Kinchen, James 43 King II, Clinton 145 King, Kailey 145 King, Kyle 166 King, Megan 140, 145 King, Olivia 167 Kinler, Olivia 145 Kinzeler, Will 76 Kirby, Isiah 80, 82 Kirklin, Briche 145 Kish, Lindsey 38 Kleijn, Annemart 113, 115 Kliebert, Taylor 166 Knight, Alexandria 70 Knight, Katelyn 166 Knight, Kelsey 145 Knox, Chazell 166, 179 Konno, Hitomi 104, 107, 166 Kovacs, Nick 96 Kramer, Kamryn 36 Krousel, Claire 12 Krutzfeldt Jr., Matthew 166 Kuebler, Matthew 145 Kuehn, Alexis 129 Kuehn, Logan 75, 101-103 Kunefke, Brady 69 Kusch V, Andrew 166 Kyzar, Chasity 166

Junior wide receiver Terrell Carter (7) celebrates after throwing a touchdown to quarterback Cole Kelley during a home game against Northwestern State on Mar. 13. Symiah Dorsey

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The Strawberry Jubilee cake sits on display in the Student Union Ballroom. It was decorated with green, gold and purple to fit the theme, "Laissez les bons temps rouler!" Lorraine Peppo

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A senior graduating from the College of Education decorated their cap with the quote "Teachers plant seeds that grow forever." Symiah Dorsey

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Freshman tennis player Polina Sleptsova plays in a match against Nicholls on Mar. 26. The Lions won against the Colonels 5-2. Nick Herring

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Troy Granger, a sophomore communication major, is a student worker at the KSLU radio station. Student workers can gain experience with working on-air and behind the scenes of a real station. Symiah Dorsey

U.S. Senator Bill Cassidy receives a tour of the new Southeastern Head Start & Early Head Start building, a part of the Regina Coeli Child Development Center. The new building is located on North Campus. Symiah Dorsey

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Snagg, Nylissa 89 Snider, Cameron 174 Snyder, Kyle 174 Soccer 104-107 Society of Physics Students 45 Softball 108-111 Soileau, Allison 174 Songy, Abby 174 Sosa, Gabrielle 151 Souza, Julia 61 Spadoni, Brittnee 151 Spanish Club 52 Spano, Michayla 151 Spanogianni, Catherine 174 Spell, Jenna 174 Spirit of the Southland Marching Band 130-131 Spriggs, Jared 174 St. Pe', Lindsey 174 Staes, Kelsey 28 Stafford, Emma 151 Stamps, Ku'Meshia 174 Starks, Te'A 174 Stelly, Courtnie 151 Stephens, Ollie 150-151 Stevens, Brandi 174 Stevens, Lauren 174 Stevie, Slavko 119 Stewart, Soyan 174 Stogner, Abby 15 Stogner, Payton 151 Storr, Donovan 151 Stout, Breanna 151 Strange, Matthew 43, 82 Strawberry Jubilee 26-27 Stretcher Jr., Daniel 151 Student Athletic Training Association 47 Student Life 4 Student Organizations 42-47 Student Publications 180-181 Stuntz, Tara 95, 116, 119, 174 Stuprich, Brennan 76, 79 Suire, Tyler 174 Sulzer, Michael 174 Summers, Eric 27-29 Sunde, Madison 28, 32-33 Sundquist, Jessica 151 Sutton, Brooke 174 Sweeney, Allison 174

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Head Softball Coach Rick Fremin, left, helps to sweep water off of the turf at St. Thomas Aquinas High School before the Lady Lions took the field to play against South Dakota. Due to heavy rain, the team could not actually play their home opener at home. Symiah Dorsey

Santana, Victoria 44, 173 Santiago, Emma 28, 38 Sapkota, Roshan 173 Sapkota, Subal 150 Sarah, Brennan 150 Saunders, Carley 150 Savage, Victoria 173 Savoy, Morgan 173 Sawyer, Peyton 149-150 Sawyer, Susan 63 Scales, Maya 165, 173 Sceroler, Joseph 151 Schaal, Kendall 151 Schenk, Tori 151 Schexnayder, Lithia 151 Schiro, Payten 173 Schmidt, Allayna 173 Schneida, Amy 44 Scholle, Landon 44 Schopp, James 151 Schroeder, Michael 138 Sconza, Breanna 173 Scott, Des'Teney 173 Scott, Kayla N. 151 Scott, Lauryn 160, 173 Scott, Tegan 151, 173 Scuderi, Meagan 88-90 Scully, Eden 11 Seddon, Elizabeth 37 Seidel-Freeman, Bradley 46 Serigne, Ally 127 SGA 32-33 Shaffer, Trey 78 Sharp, Callie 173 Sharp, Shaix 174 Shaw, Skylar 174 Sherrod, Brooklyn 151 Shilling, Gracie 47 Shola, Burlie 39 Short, Hannah 66 Shorter, Dalton 174 Shoun, Sarah 12 Shows, Maegan 174 Shreve, Ashlee 151 Siears, Shelbi 151 Sigma Gamma Rho 30 Sigma Tau Gamma 37 Sigma Sigma Sigma 38 Simino, Elizabeth 174 Simmons, Brody 174 Simon, Jacob 56 Simon, Samione 151 Simpson, Chandler 151 Sims, Joann 151 Sims, Olivia 44 Singh, Shawn 168, 174 Singleton, La Shonte' 174 Singleton, Ry'Shanique 174 Sitaula, Sabina 174 Sitzman, Shelby 43, 174 Sleptsova, Polina 113, 115, 189 SLU Gaming 42 SLU Gospel Choir 47 Smith, Byron 82 Smith, Cailynn 174 Smith, Coryn 174 Smith, Donald 44 Smith, Holley 174 Smith, Isaiah 44, 53 Smith, Jasmine 151 Smith, Kayleigh 151 Smith, Madison 174 Smith, Mervian 46 Smith, Miranda 151 Smith, Neya 151 Smith, Olivia 174 Smith, Tianna 151 Smith, Tristin 174


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Zahn, Patricia 153 Zanders, Tiara 178 Zeno, Nia 172, 178 Zeringue, Caroline 178 Zeta Phi Beta 41 Zettlemoyer, Gavin 178 Zumo, Heather 111 Zupane, Lara 118

Students wearing masks exit Fayard Hall on the morning of Feb. 1. Campus was busier in the spring semester due to more in-person classes becoming available than in the fall. Nick Herring

A parents helps her graduating student prepare for the headshot taken at Grad Fair in the fall of 2020. Students had to sign up for a reserved time slot in the REC to take their photo. Symiah Dorsey

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Katelyn Wood, a junior family and consumer sciences major, receives her first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine from a nursing student. Wood was one of the few students who qualified for the first round of free vaccines offered by the 191 university. Maggie Tregre

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Waddell, Krystal 140 Wagner, Rebecca 152 Waguespack, Simon 47, 160, 176 Wales, Avery 13, 43 Walford, Grace 175 Walker, Amanda 176 Walker, Jacquelyn 176 Walker, Jawaun 18, 36, 152, 185 Walker, Lauren 152 Wallace, Rachel 176 Waller, Alexander 176 Walls III, Tommy 176 Walls, Annie 176 Wanner, Madeleine 176 Ward-Magee, Donniel 74, 99 Warden, Bethany 152 Warner, Baileigh 152 Warner, Tori 176 Warren, JonDarius 43, 82 Warren, Will 76 Wascom, Madisyn 176 Washington, Anthony 176 Washington, Justice 176 Waskom, Carmen 47 Waskom, Hollie 176 Watkins, Ivory 155, 176 Watkins, Maggie 152 Watson, Madison 60 Watson, Taylor 176 Watts, Madison 176 Weary, Latoya 152 Weary, Lojuanda 176, 180 Webb, Brent 18 Webb, Pares 152, 176-177 Webb, Ronniqua 152 Webb-Simmons, Rissa 176 Weber, Chrissy 54 Weber, Maya 176 Weber, Zachary 152 Wells, Megan 176 Wen, Florence 69 Wendt, Adele 12 Wesley, A'naya 50-51 Wesley Foundation 46 Westberry, Anna 43 Wheat, Matthew 177 Whiddon, Zachary 152 Whitaker, Lee 59, 177 White Jr., Bryant 94, 177 White Jr., Celestin 38, 152 White Jr., William 177 White, Jeremy 120 White, Kaila 177 White, Myrian 177 White, Safiya 180 Whitfield, Nadia 177 Wick, Danielle 13 Wiles, Austin 152 Wiley, Justin 154 Wiley, Taylor 177

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Wilkerson, Karlee 120, 123 Wilkerson, Rachel 47, 65, 177 Wilkins, Audrey 177 Wilks, Eryn 88, 91 Williams Jr., Richard 38 Williams, Arielle 177 Williams, Breanna 152 Williams, Brian 130 Williams, Casey 152 Williams, Chloe 44, 180 Williams, Ellie 105 Williams, Georgette 152 Williams, Heather 177 Williams, Jasmyne 177 Williams, L'Oreal 14, 28, 31-33, 135 Williams, Madison 177 Williams, Mason 178 Williams, Qualontra 152 Williams, Quentin 152 Williams, Risa 178 Williams, Ryan 152 Williams, Shay 26 Williams, Sondra 178 Williams, Tabitha 178 Williams, Taylor 152, 178 Williams, Will'Nesha 152 Williams, Zoye' 152 Williams-Bocage, Mary 152 Williamson, Taylor 178 Willoz III, Warren 178 Wilson Jr., Tim 99 Wilson, Cody 152 Wilson, Enoch 152 Wilson, Lindsay 152 Wilson, Sydney 178 Winfield, Devin 178 Wingate, Daniel 178 Wingett, Bailey 43 Wise, Amber 152 Wolf, Cierra 178 Wolf, Graham 178 Wolfe, Sarah 126 Womack, Mallory 178 Wong, Jessica 152 Wood, Bailey 152 Wood, Gabrielle 180 Wood, Katelyn 191 Woodall II, Marquis D. 178 Woodall, Zachary 70, 178 Woodard, Alyssa 152 Woodard, Kasey 178 Wooton, Catherine 20, 23 World Languages and Cultures Ambassadors 46 Worringer, Katharina 153 Wright, Jeffrey 130 Wynn, Sierra 143, 153


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Le Souvenir, French for "the memory," is the official yearbook for Southeastern Louisiana University. The yearbook has been in print since 1929 and is distributed in the fall of each year. Le Souvenir is published through the Office of Student Publications, which is a part of the Division for Student Affairs. Created by Southeastern students, this publication and members of staff recognize the right to the freedom of speech as granted by the First Amendment. The Le Souvenir yearbook and The Lion's Roar newspaper, their associated websites and other electronic/digital media versions are designated public forums. Student editors have the authority to make content decisions without censorship or advance approval. For Volume 91 of Le Souvenir, all body copy was written by staff of Le Souvenir or The Lion's Roar. Photos published in this book were taken by Le Souvenir and The Lion's Roar staff reporters unless otherwise noted. Several photos were submitted digitally via email or social media and are printed here with permission. Candid Campus Photography provided the portraits of the graduates. This volume of Le Souvenir was designed digitally by members of the Le Souvenir staff using Jostens' Yearbook Avenue on Apple iMac computers. Graphic design elements and photos were edited with Adobe Photoshop CC 2020. Photos were taken by Le Souvenir and The Lion's Roar staff members on Canon cameras unless otherwise indicated. The fonts used in this book are AYT Dessau Medium (headlines), AYT Koch Geometric (subheadlines), AYT Avalon (body copy), AYT Caslon (captions), AYT Maximo (photography credits), AYT Foundation Roman (portraits) and AYT Foundation Sans (index). The colors used int he design of this book are ST Pine, VA Game Day Green, CS Hunter Green, EW Lettuce, CL Goldenrod, SF Pineapple and SY Sunny Yellow. This color palette was chosen to compliment the university's official green and gold colors. Le Souvenir 2021 has 192 full-color pages and is printed on 80# gloss finish paper. The cover of this volume is printed on 150pt. art board. This yearbook is also being published digitally on Issuu and can be accessed thorugh The Lion's Roar website at www.lionsroarnews.com/yearbook. This yearbook was produced by the Le Souvenir staff in Hammond, LA and printed in Topeka, KS. Anne Peytavin and Michelle Fugarino of Jostens Inc. provided pre-press and production assistance. The Office of Student Publications at Southeastern Louisiana University owns the copyrights to this yearbook. No part, in piece or in whole, may be reproduced without the written permission of the Director of Student Publications. All inquiries should be directed to: Le Souvenir, Office of Student Publications, 900B Lion Lane, North Campus Main Building, Room 154, SLU 10877 Hammond, LA 70402.



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