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Kyndel Spoonemore on clarinet

LU hosts Wind Ensemble & Band Concert

The Lamar University wind ensemble and concert band will present their final band concert of the school year, 7:30 p.m., April 21, at Silsbee High School. Admission is free and open to students and the public. “I’m looking forward to the culmination of this process[Read More…]

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Lamar to host Earth Day activities

Lamar to host Earth Day activities

It’s crazy to think that even though planet Earth is our only haven as humans, many of us don’t take care of it, as we should. We leave trash everywhere, cut down our forests, our animals become extinct due to our lack of care and[Read More…]

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4th-annual undergraduate Expo set for Friday

4th-annual undergraduate Expo set for Friday

The Office of Undergraduate Research will host the fourth-annual Undergraduate Research Expo. 11 a.m. to 7:30 p.m., Friday, 2017 Maes, Education and Cherry buildings. “Undergraduate students from all majors are welcome and encouraged to participate.” Kumar Das, OUR director, said. “It has been documented time[Read More…]

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LU theatre and dance  to present spring dance concert

LU theatre and dance to present spring dance concert

Two people. A bare stage. And string. One man and one women emerge from the darkness into the spotlight of the University Theatre. The pair are dancers, pulling and tugging against strands of string, falling into, and yet away from each other at the same[Read More…]

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Lamar cheer clinic slated for Saturday

Lamar cheer clinic slated for Saturday

Lamar University’s cheerleading program offers an opportunity for students to be a part of a motivational team while also serving the community. On Saturday, the cheerleaders will host a recruitment clinic, 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. in McDonald Gym, located next to the Sheila Umphrey[Read More…]

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LU Opera to present Puccini

LU Opera to present Puccini

The Lamar Opera Theatre will perform two operas, “Suor Angelica” and “Le Villi,” Friday through Sunday. The two short operas are by Giacomo Puccini. “(Suor Angelica) is longing for her son,” Geralyn Harper, Houston senior, said. “She hasn’t seen him since she had to give[Read More…]

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LU’s Gary Brice to host book signing, Wednesday

LU’s Gary Brice to host book signing, Wednesday

Gary Brice, Lamar University instructor of math, will host a presentation and book signing for “The Birds, Their Carols Raise.” The event will take place in the Executive Event Center at LU’s Wayne A. Reaud Building, 5 p.m. to 7 p.m., Wednesday. “This book is[Read More…]

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LU Association of Black Journalists seeks recruits

Lamar University’s Association of Black Journalists is seeking recruits for the fall 2017 semester. The group is designed to bring communication majors together and enable them to network with professionals in their field. LUABJ offers an opportunity for students to make contacts that will help[Read More…]

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‘Relentless’ offers biblical studies

‘Relentless’ offers biblical studies

“Relentless” is a new Christian  organization founded Nov. 3, 2016 on Lamar University campus by Michael Mitchell and Brionna Clark. The organization was created so students on campus can learn more about Christ and use it in their everyday college life. “Our goal is to[Read More…]

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UPsports briefs April 20, 2016

Men’s Golf Lamar University’s Zander Gous tied for third place to lead the Cardinals to a second-place finish at the Longhorn Shootout, Saturday, in Austin. Gous shot a 1-over-par 72 in the morning round before carding a 4-under-par 67 at the UT Golf Club and finished[Read More…]

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