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CICE to host entrepreneurial bootcamp, Dec. 1-2

Lamar University’s Center for Innovation, Commercialization, and Entrepreneurship will host a two-day “Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship: Bootcamp For Innovators,” 9 a.m. to 7 p.m., Dec. 1, and 8 a.m. to noon, Dec. 2, on the Eighth Floor of Gray Library. Guest speakers will include Larry Lawson,[Read More…]

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Setzer Student Center rehab set for Feb. 26  completion

Setzer Student Center rehab set for Feb. 26 completion

The Setzer Student Center will be substantially completed Feb. 26, according to Brian Sattler, Lamar University director of public relations . This is when the contractor will be finished with construction. Furniture and other items will be moved itno the building upon completion, and the[Read More…]

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LU celebrates Native American heritage

LU celebrates Native American heritage

Out of the 12 months in a calendar year, seven are dedicated to different minority groups in the United States. In November 1990, President George H.W. Bush declared the month as Native American Heritage month to recognize the culture of indigenous peoples of the U.S.[Read More…]

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LU band, wind ensemble to perform today

LU band, wind ensemble to perform today

Lamar University’s band program will perform their second fall concert, Nov. 16, in the University Theatre. The Concert Band, under the direction of Eric Shannon, assistant professor of music and director of athletic bands, will kick off the show with three pieces, starting with “Gavorkna[Read More…]

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KVLU seeks supporters

KVLU seeks supporters

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LU Diversity hosts DACA panel

LU Diversity hosts DACA panel

The Office of Study Abroad held the panel discussion “DACA: Understanding and Protecting a Unique Component of LU’s Diversity” at 7 p.m. Monday, in Landes Auditorium. The panel was led by Lamar history professor, Miguel Chavez, who specializes in Chicano studies, and consisted of Lamar[Read More…]

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History center  to host prison music  lecture, today

History center to host prison music lecture, today

LU’s Center for History and Culture of Southeast Texas and The Upper Gulf Coast will present a Cajun and Prison Music public lecture for students, “Singing the Dream,” at 2:30 p.m., today, in Landes Auditorium, located in the Galloway Business Building. A public session will[Read More…]

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Daniel Pemberton, SGA senator, speaks at an SGA Forum held in room 103 of the Communication building, Monday.

SGA forum listens to students

The Lamar University Student Government Association held a forum Monday for students to express their concerns and suggest possible solutions for problems associated with the school’s growth. The meeting was led by Daniel Pemberton, SGA senator, who took note of issues and addressed questions students[Read More…]

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Josh Pendino, left, and Austin Jones rehearse for "Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike," Monday.

Laughing at life’s absurdities

Dysfunctional siblings explore relationship in LU theatre’s latest production Existentialism, jealousy and inferiority complexes consume three middle-aged siblings and a young boy-toy as they confront life’s misadventures and make peace with their choices in “Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike.” The Lamar University department of[Read More…]

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Study Abroad  week-long  festival to begin  Monday

Study Abroad week-long festival to begin Monday

Lamar University will host International Education Week, Monday through Nov. 17, with an array of multicultural activities and events promoting this year’s theme, “Connecting Texas to the Americas and Beyond.” All events are free and open to the public. “A week is set aside every[Read More…]

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