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Lamar part of history in state’s largest college football crowd College Station — The largest crowd ever to watch a college football game in Texas, 104,728, were at Kyle Field when the Lamar Cardinals rolled into town, Saturday, for a non-conference matchup with Texas A&M[Read More...]
Following a national search, Jeffrey Palis has been selected as Lamar’s first Director of Study Abroad. Palis, who comes to Lamar after holding a similar position at Georgia Southern University, said that international travel and study abroad have always been his passion and an important[Read More...]
Lamar University Television has acquired new equipment that will enhance students’ experiences and expertise. Communications chair O’Brien Stanley said the money came from a City of Beaumont grant, and because LUTV is a public access channel they were eligible for funds. “It started out as[Read More...]
For Andy Coughlan, LU director of student publications, a painting is worth a thousand words. Coughlan’s paintings will be on display in his upcoming exhibition, “Boadicea in Albion,” which opens Saturday, 7 p.m. to 9 p.m., at the Beaumont Art League. The show will be[Read More...]
Arturo Moreno, Pasadena Sophomore, sets up American flags in the Quad, Tuesday. The flags, which commemorate the 9/11 terror attacks, are set out every year as an initiative by the Student Government Association.
There are various versions of Winnie the Pooh’s beginnings. A.A. Milne acknowledged that his wife, Daphne, and his young son, Christopher Robin, inspired him to write the stories. The inspiration began in 1924 when four-year-old Christopher Robin was introduced to an American black bear at[Read More...]
COLLEGE STATION — Lamar’s football team played in front of a record-setting crowd in a 73-3 loss to Texas A&M University, Saturday. Due to lightning, a delay of two hours occurred just as players took the field for kickoff. Head Coach Ray Woodard said the delay may[Read More...]
One of the most commonly touted claims about studying abroad is that it changes people. For many years, I regarded this claim as nothing more than a cliché. This summer I had the opportunity to study abroad. I participated in a “Victorian London” literature course,[Read More...]