The Hawkeye

Ouachita Green cleans up chemicals

Ouachita Green cleans up chemicals

Ashlyn Dupree, [email protected]

March 17, 2019


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Community teams up to prevent waste in water systems: Many hazardous items like batteries, electronics, chemicals and medications are killing our environment and if we aren’t careful, this will soon be a major issue. However, Ouachita Green, the ULM toxicology program and ULM students are helping...

Program receives $50K from nation’s largest insurance broker

ULM Hawkeye

March 17, 2019


Filed under FEATURE STORIES, NEWS

ULM’s Risk Management and Insurance (RMI) program received a $50,000 from AmWINS, Inc., the country’s largest wholesale insurance broker. The donation was handed to the program on Monday, in the presence of faculty and students. Summer Ho, a current AmWINS intern, was among the many students who...

Second ULM football player arrested in a month for dispute

ULM Hawkeye

March 17, 2019


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Defensive tackle Jaylen Veasley was arrested on Monday after officers responded to a disturbance call. According to the arrest report, Veasley entered the victim's house after she repeatedly advised him not to. He then approached another person present in the bedroom, where Veasley swung a fist at...

Story-telling contest shares stories of grandmothers

Story-telling contest shares stories of grandmothers

Sisam Shrestha, [email protected]

March 17, 2019


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Meghan Edmiston always looked at her grandmother as a guardian angel and a source of inspiration. Edmiston’s grandmother lost her father at the age of four, graduated high school while four months pregnant and had three kids by the age of 23. She did all this while taking care of her mother who was...

Blood supply low

Blood supply low

Alfonzo Galvan, [email protected]

March 10, 2019


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We are at a critical blood supply level, according to a recent press release made by LifeShare Blood Center. A safe inventory level of blood for LifeShare is a three-day supply for each blood type. Currently the most common blood type, Type O, has reached a critically low level. “People do not re...

Night of food, friends, feathered boas

Night of food, friends, feathered boas

Kaitlin Maness, [email protected]

March 10, 2019


Filed under FEATURE STORIES, NEWS

On Feb. 28, distant laughter and music could be heard over the sound of rain against the pavement outside Bayou Pointe Event Center. ULM students held up their dresses and covered their heads as they made their way toward the noise. Despite the bad weather, the building was full of people enjoying the...

Hawkeye photographer wins photo shoot out in Big Apple

Hawkeye photographer wins photo shoot out in Big Apple

Alfonzo Galvan, [email protected]

March 10, 2019


Filed under FEATURE STORIES, NEWS

It’s becoming an usual site in New York City during the Spring National College Media Convention to see a Hawkeye photographer awarded by his peers. Saturday, Prajal Prasai, a junior communication major and art director for The Hawkeye, tied for first place, in People’s Choice for the convention’s p...

Wellness encouraged before Mardi Gras

Wellness encouraged before Mardi Gras

Chelsea Terrell, [email protected]

March 10, 2019


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The annual student health fair hosted by the Kitty Degree School of Nursing and the ULM College of Health Sciences was held on Feb. 28, in the Hangar. This year’s theme for the health fair was “Throw Me Some Health, Mister!” in honor of the Mardi Gras break. Students from all over the campus were a...

Warhawks learn how to manage grief

Warhawks learn how to manage grief

Chelsea Terrell, [email protected]

February 24, 2019


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The College of Business and Social Sciences’ gerontology program hosted a discussion panel with the topic, “Grief Management: Effects on Health and Well-being.” The discussion was held on the seventh floor of the library. ULM has the only gerontology program in Louisiana. Dr. Anita Sharma, along wi...

Miss ‘Lady of the Nile’ takes place on bayou

Miss ‘Lady of the Nile’ takes place on bayou

Tiffany Johnson, [email protected]

February 24, 2019


Filed under FEATURE STORIES, NEWS

Riley Cooper proudly stood for her philanthropy, the Children’s Miracle Network, as she was crowned the first Miss Lady of the Nile. Delta Sigma Phi hosted their first annual philanthropy pageant, Miss Lady of the Nile, on Thursday, in the Hangar, formerly the Student Union Building Ballrooms. The ...

What’s VAPA-NING?

Ethan Dennis, [email protected]

February 24, 2019


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Here is what’s happening in the School of Visual and Performing Arts at ULM: Thirteen ULM music education majors attended the Texas Music Educators Association annual conference Feb. 14-16 in San Antonio. Also attending were ULM  music faculty members including  James Boldin, Judy Bowers, Justin Havard, Derle...

ULM Sculpture Garden to not exist after upcoming summer

ULM Sculpture Garden to not exist after upcoming summer

Ethan Dennis, [email protected]

February 24, 2019


Filed under FEATURE STORIES, NEWS

Everyone, especially the young, likes to have fun and time to relax. However, infants, toddlers and preschool children at the ULM Child Development Center will have to find a new place to do so very soon. Already having cancelled their trip this semester, their biannual trip to the ULM Sculpture will ...

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