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There’s something about Mary

by Mary Nash Everyone has their hero in that someone in their life who has inspired them and moved them to become the person they want to be. For me,…

From the Editor: Fair and Balanced

by Rebekah Ray C___onvincing you with this column will not prove effective, but I do not intend to focus every piece I write for this section on “the news.” Recently,…

Movies: Lakeview Terrace

by Justin Phillips Samuel L. Jackson, over the last few years, has had a tendency of taking part in some cinematic endeavors that, to put it plainly, have been awful.…

Writer of life and other useless things: Accepting differences

by Heather Small Being from a small community, I am not used to seeing and being involved with people of other religions, cultures and nationalities. In Florien, my hometown, I…

Takeoffs and landings: Here’s an original thought

by Casey Ardoin So here it is. My first column. This is what I worked for as a reporter-to one day have my own space (with my own ridiculous looking…

AiChE hosts presentation by CITGO to provide information on job opportunities

by Lance Traweek Spokesmen from CITGO’s Lake Charles refinery spoke to chemical engineering students Sept. 18 to share information regarding internships and job opportunities. The presentation, hosted by the American…

Bulldog special teams come up big in second consecutive home victory of season

by Justin Phillips The Bulldogs entered Saturday night’s matchup against the Southeastern Lions in search of the momentum they created in their thrilling first-week win over the Mississippi State Bulldogs.…

Music: Darius Rucker

by Mary Nash Hootie gone country? Sept. 16 saw the transition of one of America’s best-selling artists of the 90s move into the cowboy hat wearing genre.Darius Rucker, best known…

SGA mentoring plan gives back

by Cassidy Carson Student Government Associations from across Louisiana met this weekend to discuss new ways to revitalize a student-led mentoring program. The statewide initiative assists junior high-aged adolescents from…

The legacy continues

by Samantha Horn Lambda-Rho, a chapter of the history honor society Phi Alpha Theta, has once again been recognized by the national Phi Alpha Theta Society as the best chapter…

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