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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

Hazing Prevention Week promotes safety

Hazing Prevention Week promotes safety

Hanna Flynn September 26, 2022

Putting a handprint on a wood board may not look like much, but to ULM it is a commitment to safety and inclusion.  Last week, RSO’s participated in Hazing Prevention Week to recognize the dangers...

ASL workshop fosters inclusion

ASL workshop fosters inclusion

Kassidy Taylor September 26, 2022

In efforts to bridge the gap between the hearing and deaf communities ULM students and faculty attended an introductory sign language workshop. The workshop was hosted by the Office of Diversity, Equity...

Students gain perspective on banned books

Students gain perspective on banned books

Mallory Kaul September 26, 2022

“Huckleberry Finn,” “Of Mice and Men” and “The DaVinci Code” are all popular literature titles that have something in common—somewhere in the world they are banned for their content.  Students...

Second Circuit Court of Appeal educates students

Second Circuit Court of Appeal educates students

Maggie Eubanks September 26, 2022

The justice system in the U.S. can be mysterious and hard to understand. Lawyers and judges seem to speak in a different language, and there are certain decorums and traditions that must be kept.  The...

Hundreds of bodies found buried in mass graves

Hundreds of bodies found buried in mass graves

Maggie Eubanks September 20, 2022

The war in Ukraine has raged on for seven months now. With the death toll near 6,000 and the number of refugees over 6 million, there is still little hope for a possible end to this war.  Last week,...

Speaker offers solutions for flawed education system

Speaker offers solutions for flawed education system

Maggie Eubanks September 20, 2022

Ivory Toldson, a doctor in counseling psychology, came to ULM last Thursday to speak on the importance of having quality research and statistics. ULM was honored to host Toldson. He has served in several...

Author inspires sorority members during conference

Author inspires sorority members during conference

Maggie Eubanks September 20, 2022

The coliseum had a different look from its usual sports events last Saturday when Phi Mu hosted social media influencer and author Grace Valentine.  Valentine came to ULM as part of her book tour...

Ties with Guys provides outlet

Ties with Guys provides outlet

Cameron Jett September 20, 2022

A packed conference room full of very important figures is a setting many college students aim to be a part of one day. The doors were open for ULM students to be in this setting last Tuesday during Ties...

Monarchy in question after Queen’s death

Monarchy in question after Queen’s death

Mallory Kaul September 20, 2022

On Sept. 8, the world was rocked by the news of Queen Elizabeth II’s death. As the longest reigning monarch in British history, the queen left an everlasting mark, with her name reaching across the globe.  However,...

September recognizes suicide prevention

September recognizes suicide prevention

Malorie West September 20, 2022

September is considered nationwide as Suicide Prevention and Awareness Month. Counselors and mental health advocates use this campaign to help educate everyone on how suicide affects the U.S. National...

Math, reading scores fall after COVID pandemic

Math, reading scores fall after COVID pandemic

Kassidy Taylor September 12, 2022

COVID affected not only the health and well-being of people everywhere, but it also took a toll on the American education system.  The National Center for Education Statistics conducted a national...

VAPA program hosts Arts on the Bayou for local students

VAPA program hosts Arts on the Bayou for local students

Cameron Jett September 12, 2022

The iconic sound—whether it is a trumpet, drum or even an oboe—rings through many students’ ears in high school. Logically, these students don’t want the music to fade away when they head to college.  A...

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