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Byron Valentine, KVLU manager, checking equipment from the flood to see if it can be used once again after Hurricane Harvey flooded the facility.

KVLU holds pledge drive

KVLU 91.3, Lamar University’s Public Radio station, kicked off its fall membership pledge drive, “A Jewel of Southeast Texas,” Tuesday. The fundraiser is held twice a year to raise operating funds. “This is where we come to the public and ask them to support their[Read More…]

November 9, 2017 0 comments News
All naturals unite

All naturals unite

Campus organization educates those interested in natural hair Natural Vanity, a natural hair care organization, is in its fifth year as a student organization. “Natural Vanity is an inclusive social organization on campus that focuses on educating, inspiring and supporting those individuals who are interested[Read More…]

November 9, 2017 0 comments News
Homecoming heats up LU spirit

Homecoming heats up LU spirit

Marching bands, floats, and antique cars filled the streets around the Lamar University campus, Saturday, for the 2017 Homecoming Parade led by Grand Marshall Richard Price. “Homecoming is a week full of events for our students, as well as community, alumni, faculty and staff,” Brandie[Read More…]

November 9, 2017 0 comments News

Health Center offers flu shots for LU campus

The Student Health Center is offering flu shots to all Lamar University students, faculty and staff, by appointment, for $25. “The flu vaccine is the best way to prevent influenza on campus and in the community,” Shawn R. Gray, Student Health Center director, said. “The[Read More…]

November 2, 2017 0 comments News
Activities at Monday's Homecoming block party included line dancing.

A swinging time

Campus comes alive with Homecoming activities Lamar University’s Homecoming 2017 is in full swing with the week-long celebration continuing today with a Homecoming spirit booth on the Student Organization Annex Lawn at 11 a.m. “We will be giving out more Homecoming swag,” Ce’nese Wooten, cardinal[Read More…]

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Remember fifth of November

Remember fifth of November

British annually celebrate foiling of ‘Gunpowder Plot’ On Nov. 5, 1605, a Catholic bomb expert by the name of Guy Fawkes, was arrested in a vault full of gunpowder below London’s Houses of parliament. Four hundred and 12 years later, his name is still remembered[Read More…]

November 2, 2017 0 comments News

Be a Healthy Card

Peer program offers well-being education LU’s “Healthy Cards” is a program that offers students the opportunity to educate their peers about health. “The reason that students should sign up for the program is really the leadership they’re going to get out of this role, plus[Read More…]

November 2, 2017 0 comments News
McClinton to lecture today

McClinton to lecture today

Nechele McClinton, Lamar University assistant director of residence life, will present the lecture, “Leading Out Loud,” at 2 p.m., today, in 702 Gray Library. The lecture is the latest in the Redtalks series. “Often, when we think about leadership, we think about qualities and characteristics,”[Read More…]

November 2, 2017 0 comments News

Spindetop’s Spooky Treat

Museum opens doors to annual kids’ fest Spindletop-Gladys City Boomtown Museum hosted their annual Spindletop Spookfest, Oct. 26. Families from around the community gathered at the historic grounds with costumed children who played games to earn candy, made crafts and enjoyed sno-cones from Kona Ice.[Read More…]

November 2, 2017 0 comments News
BAL seeks submissions for Latin art show

BAL seeks submissions for Latin art show

“If you create, you should share it with the world,” local artist Ines Alvidres said. The Mexico native is the organizer of “Latin American Influences in Art,” an exhibition at the Beaumont Art League in November. Submissions for the show will be accepted today through[Read More…]

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