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November 15, 1990
Bob Brodhead, former athletic director at Southeastern Louisiana, has been awarded $275,000 by a judge who ruled that the university breached his five-year contract in firing him last year.
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SPORTS
November 15, 1990
Bob Brodhead, former athletic director at Southeastern Louisiana, has been awarded $275,000 by a judge who ruled that the university breached his five-year contract in firing him last year.
ENTERTAINMENT
December 20, 2006 | Matea Gold
Most office mates give gag gifts for their annual Secret Santa exchange. ABC's Diane Sawyer set the bar a little higher this year. On Tuesday's "Good Morning America," she presented her holiday present to co-anchor Robin Roberts: a full scholarship in Roberts' name for a student from her alma mater, Pass Christian High School in Louisiana, to attend Southeastern Louisiana University.
SPORTS
April 6, 1986 | Associated Press
The New Orleans Saints, who last year moved their summer training camp from Florida to north Louisiana, have announced that this year's camp will be in the southeast Louisiana city of Hammond. Jim Finks, general manager of the National Football League team, said the Saints will use the facilities of Southeastern Louisiana University. He said Hammond's proximity to New Orleans International Airport--it's a 45 minute drive away--was the deciding factor in the move.
NEWS
February 6, 1987 | Associated Press
A snake is a goner the minute a Louisiana driver spots it trying to slither across a highway, says a biology professor who studied "intentional kill behavior" using a rubber snake and a fake turtle. David Shepherd and his students at Southeastern Louisiana University observed 22,000 incidents involving motorists and the imitation reptiles over three years. In a paper prepared for delivery today to the Louisiana Academy of Science, Shepherd documents his findings.
BUSINESS
April 20, 2008 | Don Lee, Times Staff Writer
H. Roger Wang was in a jam. He had come a long way -- emigrating from Taiwan to America, earning an MBA at Southeastern Louisiana University, managing a drug store in Los Angeles and becoming a developer with offices in Beverly Hills. By the early 1990s, he had made his way to this city in eastern China to build a 60-story office tower, using proceeds from some of his Southern California developments. But after three years, only six floors had been completed.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 29, 1998 | ELAINE GALE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Robert Titzer didn't come to Orange County to be invisible. Before starting his new teaching job at Cal State Fullerton on Wednesday the Ph.D. in human performance was standing in front of a crowd of parents at an Irvine baby store, touting his video "Your Baby Can Read." Copies were available on site, at $13.99 a shot. Unlike most academics, he comes equipped with his own public relations man.
ENTERTAINMENT
January 9, 2004 | From Newsday
Folks in Britney Spears' hometown don't see the humor in the superstar's weekend wedding joke. Spears' 55-hour marriage to fellow Kentwood resident and childhood friend Jason Alexander has engulfed the town in an unwanted media frenzy and it has rekindled an old question: What's she done for Kentwood lately?
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 20, 2001 | MYRNA OLIVER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Joseph B. Slowinski, an expert on such venomous snakes as cobras and taipans who had studied reptiles throughout the Americas and in Asia, died Sept. 12, 30 hours after he was bitten while examining a poisonous krait snake in the mountainous jungles of northern Myanmar. He was 38.
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