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Kendall Wilkerson and Ed Long, alumni, visits the Dishman Art museum on Oct 23, 2017.

Art panel, reception set for Friday

The works of four teachers — two of them also students — are on display in “The Art of the Teacher” in the Dishman Art Museum, with each artist expressing their own unique style of the human expression. LU assistant professor of art Christopher Troutman,[Read More…]

October 26, 2017 0 comments News
Revolution 1917-2017

Revolution 1917-2017

Examining 100 years since Russian revolt Every once in a while, a perfect storm of events and circumstances come together to change history. So it was in 1917 with the Russian Revolution.      The lead-up to the revolution, however, began long before 1917. “There[Read More…]

October 26, 2017 0 comments News
UAC offers advising on choosing, changing majors

UAC offers advising on choosing, changing majors

College is a time for learning, but when one is unsure of one’s major, what is the next step? The Undergraduate Advising Center, located near the Carl Parker Building, can help decide what to major in. “A vast majority of freshmen and sophomores don’t know[Read More…]

October 26, 2017 0 comments News
CTLE offers training, resources, and events

CTLE offers training, resources, and events

The Center for Teaching and Learning Enhancement offers programs to help faculty learn effective communication online, techniques to maximize student engagement, and methods and strategies for assessment. “I participated in a faculty development program in my third year at Lamar and it was eye opening[Read More…]

October 26, 2017 0 comments News
Henderson to present ‘Faculty Talks’ lecture today

Henderson to present ‘Faculty Talks’ lecture today

“There are many elements to being a professional,” Tammy Henderson said. The LU department chair of Family and Consumer Sciences will present a lecture, “The Kaleidoscope of a University Professional,” today at 3:30 p.m., in Landes Auditorium. The lecture is part of the Office of[Read More…]

October 26, 2017 0 comments News
Traditions Out, Creativity in

Traditions Out, Creativity in

Halloween appeals to young and old alike For many people, Halloween is a once-a-year opportunity to be anything they want to be. Adults and children alike observe the spooky culture by donning various costumes whether it’s superheroes, princesses, period costumes, franchise costumes, political costumes or[Read More…]

October 26, 2017 0 comments News
Homecoming festivities begin Sunday

Homecoming festivities begin Sunday

YouTube artist/comedians, a dance marathon and escape rooms throughout Lamar’s campus are just a few things to expect among the Homecoming 2017 merriments beginning Sunday and leading up to the football game against Central Arkansas, Nov. 3. “Homecoming is about coming together and celebrating as[Read More…]

October 26, 2017 0 comments News
German beer fest in Beaumont

German beer fest in Beaumont

The city of Beaumont held its annual Oktoberfest, Oct. 21, in Rogers Park. UP photos by Morgan Collier

October 25, 2017 0 comments News
MSA brings awareness to Muslim identity

MSA brings awareness to Muslim identity

The Lamar Muslim Student Association is dedicated to supporting Muslim students by giving them a place where they can meet and talk freely, sophomore Omar Hamza said. “Initially, it was me getting other Muslims on campus together to form a support group for us,” he[Read More…]

October 19, 2017 Comments are Disabled News
Blacksmith documentaries to premier at Jefferson, Oct. 28

Blacksmith documentaries to premier at Jefferson, Oct. 28

When Frank DiCesare was assigned by U.S. News and World Report to come to Beaumont for it’s “best Places to Live in the U.S.” report, he thought that the Spindletop-Gladys City Boomtown Museum would be a good place for some photos. “I thought it would[Read More…]

October 19, 2017 Comments are Disabled News