Grads Become Lions For Life

Southeastern Louisiana University conferred degrees on 1,098 graduates on Saturday, May 12, at the University’s spring commencement ceremony. For their inaugural event as newly minted alumni, these graduates were invited to a party full of food, music, games, and even a mobile ice cream parlor. Lion Legacy VIPs (members of the University’s first student-driven initiative of giving back in honor of their time at Southeastern) … Continue reading Grads Become Lions For Life

Interview with Head Coach Frank Scelfo

Southeastern named Frank Scelfo the 16th head football coach in program history on January 30, 2018. Southeastern Magazine sat down with the 59-year-old Abbeville, Louisiana, native heading into his first season patrolling the lion sidelines to find out more about the man and his plans for SLU. Q: Your background as a student-athlete was as a baseball player (Scelfo starred on the diamond at ULM … Continue reading Interview with Head Coach Frank Scelfo

Southern Storytelling: Tim Gautreaux’s “Signals”

Southeastern Professor Emeritus / Writer-in-Residence Tim Gautreaux’s latest offering, Signals: New and Selected Stories, collects twelve new short stories alongside nine others from his previous two collections, Same Place, Same Things and Welding with Children, resulting in a nice sample of the author’s rich and unique oeuvre of Southern storytelling. It is a great starting place for newly introduced readers and a fine summation for old fans of Gautreaux’s … Continue reading Southern Storytelling: Tim Gautreaux’s “Signals”