SGA holds first official meeting at the new “U”

SGA holds first official meeting at the new “U”

Student Government Association held its first official meeting in the newly built student union this past Monday. President Dane Adams …

Jan. 16 to Jan. 20 police reports

Jan. 16 to Jan. 20 police reports

BURGLARY There was a burglary of a vehicle that was parked at Cajun Field during the basketball game on Jan. 22. A car’s passenger side …

Basketball finds its groove

Basketball finds its groove

The men’s basketball team has found themselves right back in the swing of success in the Sunbelt just a year after losing their star …

Sustainable practices reach across campus

Sustainable practices reach across campus

The University of Louisiana at Lafayette was placed among the top 10 schools in the nation that prevented large amounts of trash produced …

 

The strip reopens for tourists

The strip reopens for tourists

The Lafayette Tourism Commission announced Wednesday that the cluster of bars formerly known as “The Strip” will be preserved for generations to come. “We created Acadian Village,” said director of tourism public relations Zane Blanchard.  “You know how Acadian Village has all those little houses, saved as an anachronism to educate people on times past? […]

SGA holds first official meeting at the new “U”

SGA holds first official meeting at the new “U”

Student Government Association held its first official meeting in the newly built student union this past Monday. President Dane Adams announced that the highly anticipated quad will be complete in February, and the building which previously held the SGA office will be torn down and made into a green space. SGA swore in three new […]

Why podcasts are the future of radio

Why podcasts are the future of radio

If you, like me, could not leave your house without someone recommending “Serial,” you may have noticed something. Last year, people rediscovered podcasts.  But why? The podcast platform mirrors that of the Netflix platform regarding television: it is long-running with a specific topic, going into greater detail designed to keep the listener listening. And it’s […]

Basketball finds its groove

Basketball finds its groove

The men’s basketball team has found themselves right back in the swing of success in the Sunbelt just a year after losing their star point guard to the NBA Draft. With the season slowly progressing, the Cajuns find themselves in third place in the conference after suffering a minor losing streak. Currently three teams are […]

Sustainable practices reach across campus

Sustainable practices reach across campus

The University of Louisiana at Lafayette was placed among the top 10 schools in the nation that prevented large amounts of trash produced during home games from being buried in landfills, after the Ragin’ Cajuns victory against Georgia State Panthers in October. UL Lafayette, along with 90 other schools across the country, competed in the […]

International Eats at Amsterdam

International Eats at Amsterdam

Let’s get something straight, dear reader. I would NEVER let you down by writing about anything other than the heart of the city, and I know you know what I mean. The heart of Amsterdam, where the well-funded public transportation systems hemorrhage wide-eyed tourists into the beautiful/dirty streets of Holland’s most notorious city. I like […]

Study abroad provides students unique experiences

Study abroad provides students unique experiences

Every summer, students from the University of Louisiana at Lafayette travel to Europe and Central America together. UL Lafayette’s study abroad program, consisting of four locations — Italy, France, England and Costa Rica, is proving to be a more affordable way for students to travel. Studying abroad gives students the opportunity to earn college credit […]