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Spring 2021 semester specifics undecided

Spring 2021 semester specifics undecided
November 23, 2020

As the fall 2020 semester ends, many students have found themselves wondering what the upcoming semester will look like. Will Zoom meetings and social distancing requirements remain or will the university...

Library to digitize ‘Pow Wow’ newspaper with $2,200 grant

Library to digitize ‘Pow Wow’ newspaper with $2,200 grant
November 23, 2020

Last semester, Patrick Morgan’s English professional writing class had only seven students. He tasked them with writing a grant proposal to be presented to Heather Pilcher, a ULM librarian. The grant...

Letlow, Harris compete for congressional seat

Letlow, Harris compete for congressional seat
November 23, 2020

The presidential election is not the only election that took a long time to call this year. The congressional race for the 5th district in Louisiana still has not reached the finish line. Out of the...

History professor publishes book

History professor publishes book
Monica Bontty debunks myths about Ancient Rome
November 23, 2020

If you’re planning on reading a new book over the holiday break, there’s a new release written by a ULM faculty member. “Ancient Rome: Facts and Fiction,” written by Monica Bontty, explores a...

CAB election, SGA amendments: What you need to know

CAB election, SGA amendments: What you need to know
November 18, 2020

CAB elections are today and along with voting for CAB president and public relations officer, students also have three amendments to SGA’s constitution to vote either for or against. Voting is open...

Absentee, mail-in voting results in high turnout

Absentee, mail-in voting results in high turnout
November 16, 2020

The pandemic has changed the way we do just about everything, including the way we vote for president. It doesn’t seem to be loosening its grip on the population, so with the fear of even more outbreaks...

Paul Sylvester granted $10k for breast cancer research

Paul Sylvester granted $10k for breast cancer research
November 16, 2020

Paul Sylvester began studying cancer in graduate school and his research is still going strong. In fact, he just received a $10,000 grant from the Louisiana Cancer Foundation. The LCF has been supporting...

Ceremony honors campus veterans, active duty military

Ceremony honors campus veterans, active duty military
November 16, 2020

Everyone stood around the water fountain in the Quad on a bright, warm Wednesday afternoon beside a huge American flag and a POW/MIA flag mounted in Warhawk Circle. Students, faculty, staff and members...

State’s overall ACT score decreases, ULM’s increases

State’s overall ACT score decreases, ULM’s increases
November 16, 2020

The ACT is one of the most important factors to getting into college. Every year, high school students take the test in an effort to get the highest score they can. Higher scores generally mean bigger...

Water ski team mourns loss of head coach

Water ski team mourns loss of head coach
November 9, 2020

On the bayou, behind the wheel of a boat with a smile spread across his face as water whips in every direction. Cheering for his favorite football team, the New Orleans’ Saints, with a cold drink in...

Pandemic graduates on job search concerns

Pandemic graduates on job search concerns
November 9, 2020

Just imagine for a moment that you’ve graduated with your degree. Whether that be your master’s degree or just your undergraduate degree, you’re finally done with college. But now, you can’t find...

ROTC cadets attend training weekend

ROTC cadets attend training weekend
November 9, 2020

A Blackhawk helicopter landed in the grass behind Malone Stadium Friday morning. Then it flew away with eight ROTC cadets strapped inside and its blades loudly slicing through the air. They headed to...

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