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African-Caribbean students strut fashion flare at show

Danielle Porter, [email protected]
April 24, 2017
Filed under NEWS

Students who attended the African-Caribbean Association’s fashion show tasted several cultures both south of the Gulf of Mexico and across the Atlantic Ocean. As part of International Week, The African-Caribbean Association (ACA) hosted their annual fashion show on April 12. This year’s theme w...

SGA senator positions finally filled

Alan Rawles, [email protected]
April 10, 2017
Filed under NEWS

Two new officers have been added to next year’s Student Government Association (SGA) roster. Cody Crnkovic and Ellen Ingram won their SGA campaigns last week to fill the last slots for SGA. Ingram won her campaign to be the new SGA secretary with a seven-point gap over Shelby Carrier. Crnkovic ...

Warhawks represent at LSU Discover Day

Warhawks represent at LSU Discover Day

Sisam Shrestha, [email protected]
April 10, 2017
Filed under NEWS

For the first time, the LSU Discover Day Undergraduate Research Conference opened its doors for outside universities, and some of our fellow Warhawks attended to represent ULM. The ULM team had six student presenters accompanied by Professor Will Rogers, assistant professor of the English department. ...

Senate makes historic rule change for Neil Gorsuch

Senate makes historic rule change for Neil Gorsuch

April 10, 2017
Filed under Briefs, NEWS

Republicans cleared the way for Judge Neil Gorsuch, President Trump's choice to fill the Supreme Court seat,  to be confirmed by the Senate as the 113th Supreme Court Justice on Friday. The final tally was 54-45 in favor of confirmation. Gorsuch will take the oath of office Monday, April 10. T...

CAB president accepts job at large broker firm

CAB president accepts job at large broker firm

Summer Ho, [email protected]
April 3, 2017
Filed under NEWS

As graduation draws near, many students worry about acquiring a job, continuing their education or simply passing the last semester. But, one student stands out as by se- curing a job before even graduating. At the end of summer 2016, Dustin Hickman accepted a job o er from All Risks Limited, a...

How track and field renovations would benefit ULM, community

How track and field renovations would benefit ULM, community

Kandice Johnson, [email protected]
April 3, 2017
Filed under NEWS

Last year, the ULM Athletic Department made upgrades to facilities that benefited the football, baseball and softball team, but now the focus has shifted to fixing Brown Stadium. While news of the museum’s research collection being moved out of storage for the renovation of the track has ca...

Students vote in most international SGA senators

Students vote in most international SGA senators

Alan Rawles, [email protected]
April 3, 2017
Filed under FEATURE STORIES, NEWS

International students made their mark on campus with multiple wins in the Student Government Association election last week. To show the magnitude of this semesters’ SGA election, nearly 40 students competed for eight Senate seats in the College of Business and Social Sciences. SGA also ...

31 Ambassadors to give free luncheon for seniors

Pujan Dahal, [email protected]
April 3, 2017
Filed under NEWS

The 31 Ambassadors took GratiTuesday to show some gratitude to the graduating seniors. They had the people who are graduating in May sign up for a senior luncheon and register to be active alumni. 31 Ambassadors is organizing the senior luncheon on April 27, where they will have speakers...

Collections will be relocated, not destroyed

Collections will be relocated, not destroyed

Olivia Barfield, Editor in Chief
March 30, 2017
Filed under Breaking News, FEATURE STORIES, NEWS, Sports

The director of ULM’s Museum of Natural History has called administration’s ultimatum to destroy the museum’s research collection “unnecessary.” Thomas Sasek, the museum’s director, said the collections will not be destroyed to renovate the school’s track because several institutions ha...

Administration confirms collections may be destroyed, track renovations go unaddressed

Administration confirms collections may be destroyed, track renovations go unaddressed

Olivia Barfield, [email protected]
March 29, 2017
Filed under Breaking News, NEWS

A Facebook post made by ULM's Museum of Natural History on Tuesday alleged that millions of research collections would be destroyed so that renovations could be made to track facilities. Administration responded on Wednesday.

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Cutting AmeriCorps from communities

Cutting AmeriCorps from communities

Brea Joyner, [email protected]
March 27, 2017
Filed under NEWS

Since the early 90’s, over one million volunteers have served in AmeriCorps nationwide. The non-profit organization has helped restore homes from natural disasters, clean the community, introduce innovative science programs and most of all, mentor young children. But due to an unexpected cut, this gro...

Pink Bag Series explains privilege in Voodoo books

Brianna Duronset, [email protected]
March 27, 2017
Filed under NEWS

The Pink Bag Series continued on March 22 on the subject of privilege. Professor Jeffrey Anderson of the history department spoke about Zora Neale Hurston and her impact on Voodoo and Hoodoo. He compared two writers: Hurston, who is an African-American writer, and Robert Tallant, a Caucasian mal...

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