During my years at Southeastern, I've been pointed towards some amazing illustrations of what went on in SBC seminaries in the 1980s. What I link to here is only a sample.
The first link is to an article that follows up on the lives and ministries of women doctoral students at Southern Seminary in the pre-Mohler years. Well, actually it was during the Mohler-as-student years, which you'll see described rather colorfully if you read closely. The link to download the document is about 2/3 down the page under the title "Once There Was a Camelot."
The second link is to a blog that transcribes a liturgy titled "Celebration of the New Humanity" that was read (or whatever you do with liturgies) in the Southeastern Seminary chapel in 1983. Oops, now I see that you "recite" a liturgy. Both of these snapshots of the past are absolutely fascinating and have reminded me of how great a gift is a God-centered education, and what an empty religion is that which is man-centered (oops again, "person-centered").
Perhaps I should mention, for those who believe that SBTS and SEBTS are still theologically liberal, that Southeastern has preaching in chapel now. That preaching uses the Bible in a remarkably similar way to how it is used in fundamentalist institutions.