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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

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 Central star Trevor Noah...

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 as Ukraine, Bangladesh and France...

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 International Student Association...

‘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 who has dedicated his life...

Students paint flowers to honor women’s history

Students paint flowers to honor women’s history

Calli Sinclair April 6, 2022

When we think of beautiful things, we often think of flowers—roses, tulips, poppies and more. The flower that is considered one of the most beautiful on Earth, the lotus flower, has a unique life...

VAPA presents 1st musical since pandemic

VAPA presents 1st musical since pandemic

Calli Sinclair April 4, 2022

VAPA’s production of “She Loves Me” hit the stage last week, and the clerks at Mr. Maraczek’s perfume shop definitely left every customer satisfied. “She Loves Me” is a light-hearted musical...

31 Ambassadors spike it to the ‘90s with Oozeball

31 Ambassadors spike it to the ‘90s with Oozeball

Lauren Polson March 28, 2022

What do you get when you combine mud, volleyball and crawfish?  The only answer is ULM’s annual Oozeball competition. And this year’s theme was everyone’s favorite decade—the ‘90s. Hosted...

Step Show displays tradition, unity

Step Show displays tradition, unity

Lauren Polson March 28, 2022

The National Pan-Hellenic Council ended Spring Fever Week with a bang as fraternities, sororities and two community groups stepped into a competition they prepared for all year.  Dancing, stepping...

Glow in the dark golf lights up Bayou Park

Glow in the dark golf lights up Bayou Park

Maggie Eubanks March 28, 2022

CAB went to infinity and beyond for Spring Fever this year. Last Monday, the bright lights of 18 mini golf holes lit up Bayou Park.  Each hole of golf brought its own challenge. From surprising twists...

Soon-to-be released albums to look out for

Soon-to-be released albums to look out for

Simanta Ghimire March 21, 2022

Charli XCX’s  “Crash” “Crash” is the fifth studio release album for Charli XCX  and will released on March 18. The album ends the five-album deal of Charli XCX with Atlantic Records....

Women activists to spotlight this month

Women activists to spotlight this month

Kylie Cichocki March 21, 2022

Mari Copeny Mari Copeny is a 14-year-old girl from Flint, Michigan. She started her journey into activism when she wrote a letter to former President Barack Obama about the Flint water crisis. Obama came...

Women’s History celebrated with bingo

Women’s History celebrated with bingo

Maggie Eubanks March 21, 2022

The Ambitious Women’s Society made it clear that girls run the world and the bingo table. Last Tuesday night, the AWS hosted a bingo night centered around Women’s History Month.  The event was...

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