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DEC 2009-JAN 2010 VOL 2 ISSUE 23

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SUSLA Host First-Ever Full Week of Homecoming Activities

Written By Jaleesa McDowell, Feature Student Writer The homecoming week kicked off with an Open Mic Night held in the Jessie Stone Lecture Hall on Monday, November 9th. Young people from around the city came out to showcase their talents, such as singing, dancing, and poetry reading. The local band Alter Ego was the musical entertainment. "One word for homecoming week is definitely busy, but overall the week was a success," said Charles Johnson, SGA President. The Week Events: Tuesday, November, 10th--Coronation for Denisha Foster, Miss SUSLA. The entire royal court was formally dressed with ladies wearing beautiful ball gowns and their escorts in tuxedos. Also in attendance were the Royal Courts from SUNO and SUBR. Wednesday, November, 11th--Comedy show featuring BET Comic View comedians, Benji Brown and Coco Brown, and a performance from singer, Damar Jackson. The Mardi Gras themed evening was filled with excitement and plenty of laughter. Thursday, November, 12th--Greek Show: Greeks from GSU, LSUS, SUBR, and LA Tech "stepped" and performed. The winners of the step show were Grambling State University's, Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity and Southern University at Baton Rouge's, Zeta Phi Beta Sorority. There was also a live performance from rapper, Big Poppa.

Friday, November, 13th--Pep rally that for Pictured Above Clockwise , Dr. the Lady Jags and Port City Jaguar's bas- Sharon Green, Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs; Denisha Foster, Miss ketball game. Both teams defeated their op- SUSLA; Dr. Ray. L. Belton, SUSLA ponents. Chancellor; Miss Freshman, Ashley

Washington; Freshman Class President, Robert Lars; Miss Sophomore, Bridged Wanyonyi and SGA Vice President, Randall Scott

Pictured Above: SUSLA students performing at the Greek Show.

Pictured to the Right: SUSLA Lady Jags Basketball Team

SUSLA Receives $10,000 from Louisiana State Senator Jackson

Louisiana State Senator Lydia Jackson presents Southern University at Shreveport with $10,000.00 on behalf of Capital One Bank. Funds are used to support Community and Economic Development programs in and around Southern University at Shreveport. Specifically, funding is used to enhance services offered to small business owners, first time home buyers and student's pursuing their GED. This continued support from Capital One is needed and greatly appreciated!

Submitted by Janice Sneed, Vice Chancellor of Community Workforce Development

$10,000.00

Pictured Left : Dr. Ray L. Belton, SUSLA Chancellor, Louisiana State Senator Lydia Jackson and Janice Sneed, Vice Chancellor of Community Workforce Development

SUSLA'S QEP TOPIC REMINDER

"Jaguar Pride: Ensuring Student Success Through Structured Advisement"

SOUTHERN UNIVERSITY AT SHREVEPORT LOUISIANA HOLD ITS FIRST FALL COMMENCEMENT On Saturday, December 12, 2009, at 10:00A.M., Southern University at Shreveport Louisiana (SUSLA) will hold its First Fall Commencement in the Health & Physical Education Complex, 3050 Martin Luther King Jr. Drive. The addition of a Fall Commencement to the academic calendar allows students who have completed their coursework in the fall the opportunity to receive their diplomas as soon as they have satisfied graduation requirements. The 2009 Fall Class has 83 graduates. "This is a momentous occasion for the entire campus community. More of our students are completing their program matriculation at the end of Fall Semester and we want to reward them accordingly as they have worked very hard and diligently to obtain their degrees and certificates," says Dr. Ray L. Belton, SUSLA Chancellor. The Honorable Patrick O. Jefferson, Southern University Board of Supervisors Member, will be the Keynote Speaker for the occasion. Atty. Jefferson is a native of North Louisiana. He joined the Newell Law Firm in September 2005. He has since helped to bring a sense of energy, vitality and enthusiasm back to the area by primarily practicing law in the civil area but he also does criminal defense. Patrick, by virtue of his association with New Orleans and South Louisiana, practices throughout the state. He is also an elected official as he serves on the Bienville Parish Police Jury District 2, having been elected in October 2007. He is a public servant who not only serves his constituency but also advocates zealously for the clients he represents. Atty. Jefferson is married to Erica and is the father of two girls, Erin and Krystal. Sharon Evans, Radiologic Technology Tara Nash, Nursing Angelina Wilson, Radiologic Technology SUSLA's 2009 Fall Graduates Donnie Flint, Nursing Laquana Oguin, Nursing Patara Woodard, Nursing

Renrick Anding, Business Management Katherine Armstrong, Radiologic Technology Ryan Aucoin, Nursing Quantine Balthazar, Business Management (certificate) Minyon Barrett, Radiologic Technology Angela Beaty, Nursing Sonya Benton, Radiologic Technology Beverly Borst, Nursing Ruggie Bowers, Business Management (certificate) Walterius Braggs, Computer Science Robert Brisco, Business Management Michela Brooks, Polysomnography Cortney Broomfield, Radiologic Technology Benita Brown, Nursing Qualeshia Burns, Radiologic Technology Tenamarie Bushnell, Polysomnography Kenneth Carey, Business Management Michael Champion, Mathematics Valerie Clary, Radiologic Technology Tarcariyunn Collins, Nursing Kimberly Collins, Radiologic Technology Deguana Crenshaw, Radiologic Technology Beverly Dallas, Nursing Nichella Dixon, General Studies Stephen, Ell, Radiologic Technology Edward Gardner, Airframe/Powerplant Maint. Veronica Gipson, Nursing Christina Good, Nursing Yvonne Green, Nursing Angela Haines, Nursing Felicia Harris, Nursing Gloria Harris, Radiologic Technology Haily Havis, Nursing Tamika Hayden, Accounting Tamika Hayden, Business Management Jhrinedra Henderson, Business Management Dione Hendrix, Nursing Deloris Holloway, Business Management (certificate) Alfora Holmes, Business Management (certificate) Jessie Hooker, Radiologic Technology Jacob Hughes, Nursing Kimberly Hunter, Nursing Myra Jones, Nursing Katie Lettau, Nursing Christen Lopez, Radiologic Technology Aimee Mercer, Nursing Shantel Mills, Nursing Amanda Morgan, Nursing Maggie Mosley, Business Management (certificate) Sommer Mrozek, Nursing Ecko Parish, Business Management Tiffanie Pernell, Accounting Tiffanie Pernell, Business Management Michael Pero, Radiologic Technology Ebony Price, Nursing Brian Roshto, Radiologic Technology Joseph Rosmarin, Nursing Mitzela Schroeder, Nursing Amanda Shepher, Nursing Tramaine Smith Computer Science Jennifer Stimits , Nursing Kimbrough Struggs, Business Management (certificate) Dwayne Taylor, Business Management Tayomia Taylor, Nursing Traci Thames, Nursing Amy Theriot, Polysomnography Julie Thomas, Nursing Fredrick Traylor, Nursing Jerry Warner, Airframe/Powerplant Maint. Adam Webb, Nursing Jenna Webb, Nursing Elinor White, Radiologic Technology Dana Wiley, Nursing Cynthia Williams, Nursing Tyesha Williams, Radiologic Technology

Congratulations Fall Class of 2009!

SUSLA Holiday Activities

The Information Technology Center has kicked off its 7th Annual Thanksgiving-Christmas Food Drive. Generous donations have allowed SUSLA to give to families in need during the Thanksgiving and Christmas Holiday Season. Baskets were and will be given to families at Pine Grove Elementary School. Bring canned goods and non-perishable items to the following locations: Information Technology Center, Suite A-44 in L.C. Barnes Admin. Bldg. Front Desk Reception Area in L.C. Barnes Administration Bldg. Student Technology Lab, Room 104-106 in the NCR Bldg. CNET/Cisco Network Lab, Room 102 at the Metro Center. We are accepting donations now through December 16, 2009. If you have any questions, please contact ITC at extension 6490. Thank you again for your continued support!!

President Shannon Thomas & the Student Center Board Cordially Request Your Presence at the New Orleans Style Community Christmas Party Featuring Local Band, Ego Band December 3, 2009, in the Jessie Stone Science Lecture Hall

The Winner of the QEP Essay Contest Will Be Announced Rocquel Smith, Chairperson

Donations for the Athletics Will Be Excepted

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