Manhattan College was not the Lamar University...
Belligerent customers create chaos, longer wait times Working in retail is hard. Putting on a smiling, happy face all the time, saying little phrases that the company wants you to say to every single customer, and then trying to get the ever-growing list of things[Read More...]
Jamisha Edwards overcomes foul trouble, scores 22 in 75-67 victory The Lady Cardinals basketball team defeated archrival McNeese State, 75-67, in the annual Battle of the Border series, Saturday, in the Montagne Center. “We just decided we had to get back on the winning track[Read More...]
Flosi, Green Squad, working to reduce environmental impact The world is full of waste. On any given day, mounds of paper are printed, electricity flows through burning bulbs in empty rooms, and garbage fills trash cans — and that’s just on the Lamar campus. Alicen Flosi[Read More...]
Dennis Kiel named Dishman art museum director Over the span of his career as an art historian, Dennis Kiel has hopped from a large institution with extensive collections to a small gallery specializing in film and photography. Now he finds himself at Lamar University as[Read More...]
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Lamar University’s study abroad program is offering a trip to Paris, May 23 through May 31, to study art and architecture. Participants will earn arts appreciation core credit. Richard Gachot, program director and associate professor of fine arts, said studying abroad is essential to students’[Read More...]
Manhattan College was not the Lamar University baseball’s only opponent this weekend, as the Cardinals had to battle Mother Nature as well. From wind gusts up to 29 miles per hour on Friday afternoon, to dodging rain drops during Saturday’s doubleheader, nothing could stop the[Read More...]
The end of February sees the end of Black History Month — a time during which we celebrate African-American heritage. Historically, Black History Month grew out of its precursor “Negro History Week,” which was created in 1926 and took place the second week of February.[Read More...]