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The Hawkeye

The Student News Site of University of Louisiana Monroe

The Hawkeye

The Student News Site of University of Louisiana Monroe

The Hawkeye

Sororities partner to donate over 360 lbs of peanut butter
Sororities partner to donate over 360 lbs of peanut butter
Loryn Kykendall April 14, 2022

The Food Bank of Northeast Louisiana held their fifth annual Spread the Love Peanut Butter Drive from Feb. 1 to March 31. According to the food bank’s website, more than 66,000 people in Northeast Louisiana struggle...

New political organization comes to campus next semester
New political organization comes to campus next semester
Loryn Kykendall April 14, 2022

Free markets, limited government and the principles of freedom—This is what Turning Point USA is about, according to Marty Sandel. Sandel, a sophomore political science major, is the president of Turning Point USA at ULM....

Poor Man’s Run raises money for local non-profifit pharmacy
Poor Man’s Run raises money for local non-profifit pharmacy
Chloe Chapel April 14, 2022

Most people’s ideal Saturday doesn’t include running a 5K at eight in the morning. Although the idea of running in the wee hours of the morning might seem miserable, the satisfaction of helping thousands of...

Flag raising ceremony, international mapping highlights culture, diversity
Flag raising ceremony, international mapping highlights culture, diversity
Chloe Chapel April 14, 2022

For Umme Habiba, the Bangladesh flag is more than just a piece of cloth used as a symbol of her country. It’s an emblem of victory and freedom. “The red dot symbolizes a red sun ris- ing over a country and...

SGA’s new leadership plans to connect with students
SGA’s new leadership plans to connect with students
Chloe Chapel April 14, 2022

ULM’s Student Government Association is under new leadership, which plans to take SGA in a new direction. With former President Lauren Fee and Vice President Jay Parker graduating this May, their spots needed...

Students dance for donations for Arkansas Children’s Hospital
Students dance for donations for Arkansas Children’s Hospital
Chloe Chapel April 6, 2022

Every minute, 62 children enter a Children’s Miracle Network Hospital, according to the Children’s Miracle Network Hospital website. Many children’s hospitals rely on donations, which go toward paying for children’s...

Same game, different nest for 2 new transfers
Same game, different nest for 2 new transfers
Beau Benoit April 14, 2022

Changing schools is never an easy transition. It’s an extreme adjustment to make. Student athletes form tight bonds with their teammates,...

Warhawks dominate 3 of 4 final home matches
Warhawks dominate 3 of 4 final home matches
Cameron Jett April 6, 2022

ULM had its best tournament performance of the year in the Warhawks’ final home matchups of the season. ULM, which has not won more than...

Last-minute tie robs Warhawks of victory over visiting Oklahoma
Last-minute tie robs Warhawks of victory over visiting Oklahoma
Beau Benoit April 6, 2022

It’s not often that a Big 12 school makes its way to the town of Monroe, so this match was a wake-up call to anyone discounting ULM soccer. The...

ULM evens last ever SBC series with UTA
ULM evens last ever SBC series with UTA
Jonah Bostick April 4, 2022

Coming off a 3-1 week, the ULM baseball team went into last week hoping to continue their momentum as Sun Belt Conference play grew more intense....

Grammys is average, avoids controversy
Grammys is average, avoids controversy
Simanta Ghimire April 14, 2022

The most magical night of music has finally fallen upon us. The 64th annual Grammy Awards was held April 3 and welcomed several artists awaiting the results. Comedy...

Food festival brings culture, students together
Food festival brings culture, students together
Beau Benoit April 14, 2022

Welcomed by enticing aromas, many students had the opportunity to enjoy food and drinks from around the globe at the International Food Festival. Countries such...

International Week closes with pingpong, soccer
International Week closes with pingpong, soccer
Maggie Eubanks April 14, 2022

Each international student brings with them their own unique culture. From food to games to music, everyone's culture deserves to be celebrated and learned about. The...

‘Morbius’ leaves audience questioning
‘Morbius’ leaves audience questioning
Carley Nail April 6, 2022

The concept of good versus evil has always been a key part of superhero films. But what happens when the line dividing good and evil is blurred? Michael Morbius is a doctor...

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Letter to the editor: Honors Program is worth your time
Letter to the editor: Honors Program is worth your time
Caitlyn Cullen April 14, 2022

     As a student leader within the ULM Honors Program, I received word of your article titled "Honors Program is a waste of money"...

Drop alcohol-free title on campus
Drop alcohol-free title on campus
Olivia Jeansonne April 11, 2022

ULM promotes itself as an alcohol-free campus, yet they sell alcoholic beverages on campus at sporting events and events with a cash bar.  The...

‘Bridgerton’ should stick to the script
‘Bridgerton’ should stick to the script
Carley Nail April 11, 2022

Dearest reader, after the latest magnificent season of the well-known series “Bridgerton” released, the ton has been stirring with controversy...

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