UPC Elects First International UPC President

UPC Elects First International UPC President

Annie Vu, an international student from Vietnam, has been announced the new 2015 University Program Council President. UPC has four …

Hamilton earns SBC ‘Pitcher of the Week’ title

Hamilton earns SBC ‘Pitcher of the Week’ title

Ragin’ Cajun softball pitcher Christina Hamilton earned Sun Belt Conference Pitcher of the Week honors after pitching three days in a row …

Community assistants put up with plethora of problems

For $75 a month — as well as free room on campus and meal plans — the Community Assistants of the University of Louisiana at Lafayette …

Art students host first annual ‘T-Shirt Stravaganza Sale’

Art students host first annual ‘T-Shirt Stravaganza Sale’

University of Louisiana at Lafayette art students have been pushing to sell their skills on campus this semester. The Department of Visual …

 

UPC Elects First International UPC President

UPC Elects First International UPC President

Annie Vu, an international student from Vietnam, has been announced the new 2015 University Program Council President. UPC has four different committees which are Pride, Spirit, Traditions, and the African American Culture Committee. The committees are ran by committee presidents and overseen by the UPC president. The president is the bridge between the UPC advisors […]

Hamilton earns SBC ‘Pitcher of the Week’ title

Hamilton earns SBC ‘Pitcher of the Week’ title

Ragin’ Cajun softball pitcher Christina Hamilton earned Sun Belt Conference Pitcher of the Week honors after pitching three days in a row last weekend resulting in three Cajun wins. Hamilton totaled 14 innings and limited opponents to run run and struck out 10. It’s the second straight week a Cajuns pitcher received the award after […]

Community assistants put up with plethora of problems

For $75 a month — as well as free room on campus and meal plans — the Community Assistants of the University of Louisiana at Lafayette handle on-campus residents’ parties, alcohol, drugs, pets, candles and everything in-between. “(We) deal with any and all kinds of incidents that occur,” said a CA who wished to remain […]

Popular local bar faces possible closure

Popular local bar faces possible closure

Artmosphere will be held on trial on Wednesday, Feb. 25 at the Lafayette Consolidated Government building, at 705 W. University Ave after failing to meet the requirements for percentage of food sales to be considered a restaurant. According to state law, for a restaurant to keep a Class-A Restaurant status, as well as to hold […]

Health food options available for students

Health food options available for students

Plenty of students are looking to be more health-conscious, but with fast food joints surrounding our campus, it can be intimidating to seek out healthy options. Luckily, they aren’t as far away, nor as expensive, as you might think. The closest option is within walking distance. Whole Wheatery Eatery, located in the oil center, is […]

Lent is a season for honoring Jesus

Lent is a season for honoring Jesus

We’re a week into Lent and each year the penitential season brings a lot of questions for Catholics and non-Catholics alike. Lent is probably the most known season in the liturgical year as a precursor to Easter and because of the rules of fasting that people adhere to.  And yet, with so many people knowing […]

Magnus claims top performance once again

Magnus claims top performance once again

  Junior Haraldur Magnus claimed  his 13th career top 25 performance last weekend as the Ragin’ Cajuns golf team finished in 12th with a score of 28-over (892) at the Bayou City Collegiate Championship hosted at the Golf Club of Houston. Magnus posted back-to-back rounds of 71 (-1) to move up 20 spots in the […]