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Carlos Ibarra: Dreamer 1st, adventurer 2nd

Sisam Shrestha, [email protected]
February 19
Filed under NEWS

Imagine, 72 days, 10 pairs of sneakers and 2,942 miles traveled…all by foot. “Run Carlos Run,” a mini television series about a Carlos Ibarra running across the United States, was screened Thursday night at Stubbs Hall, along with a meet and greet with Ibarra himself. The event kick started the Traveling S...

Meteorological Society donates to New Orleans tornado victims

Kandice Johnson, News Editor
February 19
Filed under NEWS

When the ULM Meteorological Society heard news of tornadoes ripping through the New Orleans area, sending condolences wasn’t enough. The organization announced on Facebook Tuesday that it would “donate half of their profits from the bake sale to the victims of the tornadoes.” The bake sale wil...

Olympians to speak at Lyceum Series

Olympians to speak  at Lyceum Series

ULM Hawkeye
February 14
Filed under NEWS

Instead of one speaker, this year’s Lyceum Series will feature two guests. Olympic gold medalists Shawn Johnson and Mia Hamm will speak at the Lyceum Series event on March 9. Shawn Johnson is a former gymnast who won the gold medal on the balance beam in the Beijing Olympics in 2008. Johnson al...

Trojan ranks ULM sexual health low with no info

Olivia Barfield
November 22
Filed under NEWS

Trojan Condoms conducts a sexual health survey every year that has ranked ULM poorly since 2011 but has not gathered information from the school health clinic, according to head nurse practitioner Yolanda Camper. Camper said the company who does the research for Trojan has not contacted her. ...

Trump shares 100 day plan

Alan Rawles
November 22
Filed under NEWS

Since Donald Trump’s presidential election victory, some have wondered about his important rst 100 days in o ce. Luckily, he has a plan for that. Trump released detailed plans for his first 100 days in once in late October. His campaign trail promises seem to stay mostly true with t...

Learn to love the skin you’re in

Learn to love the skin you’re in

Sisam Shrestha
November 22
Filed under NEWS

The high beauty standards of today’s world force people to experience body image issues. Professor Leigh Hersey’s political science class hosted the event “Body Positivity Celebration” to help ght this social stigma in the most fashionable way possible. The event was voted on as a ...

Muslim students share beliefs on Jesus

Muslim students share beliefs on Jesus

Brea Joyner
November 22
Filed under FEATURE STORIES, NEWS

The Muslim Student Association shared their take on who Jesus was at their “Jesus in Islam” event Thursday evening in the SUB Ballrooms. As students walked through the door, they were welcomed by the MSA with a notebook, pen and a free MSA t-shirt. Before the lecture start- ed, everyo...

Construction at natatorium causes traffic

ULM Hawkeye
November 22
Filed under NEWS

Traffic has been backed up on campus due to the demolition of the Natatorium. Construction started on the Natatorium a little over a month ago when President Nick Bruno announced the Student Event Center would replace the space. However, due to crane movement, police had to temporarily clos...

Campus organizations send troops some love

Campus organizations send troops some love

Pujan Dahal
November 22
Filed under NEWS

Caroline Courville bought 12 packs of ramen noodles. As the daughter of a veteran, she couldn’t miss her chance to help those who serve her country. “I love helping the troops...especially since my dad is a veteran, and I would do anything to help them,” said Courville, a junior marketing ...

Get the shot, not the flu

Get the shot, not the flu

Kandice Johnson
November 22
Filed under FEATURE STORIES, NEWS

Sixty students can dodge the flu this season because of the free u shot event hosted by the ULM Chapter of Academy of Student Pharmacists. The organization gave free shots to students Wednesday morn- ing under the library overhang. All students had to do was ll out a one-page form and answ...

Students bring the talent at CAB open mic night

Students bring the talent at CAB open mic night

Jimmon Felton
November 22
Filed under FEATURE STORIES, NEWS

Whether it was singing, rapping or poetry it was welcome to the Campus Activities Board’s 2nd annual open mic night at Schulze Cafeteria. It was co-sponsored by Aramark the caterers of ULM’s food. Its M.C. was CAB member Brea Joyner who kept the crowd alive with her witty banter. ...

Rocking for the kids

Rocking for the kids

Olivia Barfield
November 14
Filed under NEWS

Sometimes fundraising rocks. It definitely did Saturday night. Local bands came to compete for the kids of St. Jude at Up ‘til Dawn’s second annual Battle of the Bands at Enoch’s Irish Pub. The event hosted nine different bands who performed 20-minute sets and competed for first, se...

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