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Marriage, Family Therapy Clinic offers its services to entire Monroe community

Hope Stapleton, [email protected]

October 16, 2017


Filed under NEWS

For nearly 34 years the Marriage and Family Therapy Clinic has been running an open clinic for not only students and faculty, but to members of the Monroe community. The clinic is free to students of the University of Louisiana at Monroe and Louisiana Delta Community College along with veterans and...

Students and community get involved in traditonal mile run

Students and community get involved in traditonal mile run

Allfonzo Galvan, [email protected]

October 16, 2017


Filed under FEATURE STORIES, NEWS

Ready! Set! Go! ULM’s homecoming week is a week filled with all types of festivities, one tradition that drew the largest crowd was the University Mile. The 33rd Annual University Mile, hosted by ULM’s Recreational Services, was held Wednesday at 5:30pm this year. This year’s mile started...

Q&A with Ingram and Usie: Homecoming King, Queen share memorable moments

Q&A with Ingram and Usie: Homecoming King, Queen share memorable moments

Alan Rawles, [email protected]

October 16, 2017


Filed under FEATURE STORIES, NEWS

The 2017 Homecoming Court has been elected, and the students have chosen Josh Usie and Gabi Ingram as their king and queen. Usie, a senior marketing major, and Ingram, a senior biology major, sat down with The Hawkeye to talk about their time at ULM and their plans moving forward after college. How do...

Kappa Sigma Fraternity pledges under investigation

Kappa Sigma Fraternity pledges under investigation

Hawkeye Staff, [email protected]

October 12, 2017


Filed under FEATURE STORIES, NEWS

  The Theta Chi chapter of Kappa Sigma Fraternity at the University of Louisiana Monroe has been suspended after alleged offensive comments were exchanged in a private group messaging app, Group Me. Screenshots of the group message were posted on Twitter around 12:30 p.m. on Thursday, Oct....

NFL players protest inequality, not National Anthem

NFL players protest inequality, not National Anthem

Kerrion Henry, [email protected]

October 11, 2017


Filed under NEWS

"The Star-Spangled Banner" has been performed before all sporting event since World War I. But since then, the game has changed.  NFL player Colin Kaepernick began his protest for police brutality and equality for all by refusal of standing for the National Anthem. Kaepernick began the protest by sittin...

Trespassing: Repeat offender strikes the ULM library

Trespassing: Repeat offender strikes the ULM library

Alfonzo Galvan, [email protected]

October 11, 2017


Filed under NEWS

An Arkansas woman was arrested in the campus library on September 20. According to the arrest affidavit, the woman started walking around and became increasingly loud. The woman, described as an older black female who didn’t appear to be a student, was reportedly talking to herself loudly and disturbin...

SGA tours Capitol, visits national monuments

SGA tours Capitol, visits national monuments

Alan Rawles, [email protected]

October 11, 2017


Filed under NEWS

The ULM Student Government Association (SGA) is looking to improve its effectiveness on campus. To do this, they went to the seat of the U.S. Government to learn new techniques and study American history. SGA officers Bryce Bordelon, Joey Walker, Ellen Ingram and Cody Crnkovik traveled to Washington...

ULM organizations unite for 1st fall Health Festival

ULM organizations unite for 1st fall Health Festival

Pujan Dahal, [email protected]

October 9, 2017


Filed under FEATURE STORIES, NEWS

The Global Ambassadors partnered with the university health organizations and departments to conduct the first Warhawks Fall Health Festival. Sangya Sharma, a junior biology major and also the health and wellness chairperson of Global Ambassadors, talked about the importance of this event. “Health Aware...

UBER now in Monroe, students could benefit

UBER now in Monroe, students could benefit

Madison Bryan, [email protected]

October 9, 2017


Filed under FEATURE STORIES, NEWS

Monroe, La. has just opened the doors to Uber, a transportation company that has been steadily gaining popularity in recent years. Uber is a ride-sharing service that provides customers comfort by allowing its employees to use their own clean, personal vehicles. This company is run through an app any...

Wingspan: Student organizations have new way to connect

Madison Bryan

October 3, 2017


Filed under NEWS

Joining an organization on campus is beneficial in many ways. It can help bring students together, encourage a higher GPA due to requirements, improve a resume, provide something else to do besides going to class or home and overall helps take stress away from homework and exams. Wingspan, a program...

Yom kippur: A day of forgiveness, hope

Aaron Yelverton

October 3, 2017


Filed under Breaking News, NEWS

Yom Kippur, also known as the Day of Atonement, is one of the holiest days in the Jewish calendar and concludes the series of High Holy Days that occur in the month of September. The holiday commenced Friday evening and continued until Saturday night. The Jewish holiday is significant in that this...

Trump blasts North Korea in U.N. speech

Trump blasts North Korea in U.N. speech

Alan Rawles

October 3, 2017


Filed under Breaking News, FEATURE STORIES, NEWS

For his first speech at the United Nations, President Donald Trump highlighted some of the international dangers the world is facing. Trump called out the nations of North Korea and Iran in his speech in his speech to over 100 world leaders.   Though the speech highlighted countries the President...

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