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Students to discuss issues in Blue Meets Red event

Students to discuss issues in Blue Meets Red event

Dylan Meche, Staff Reporter

November 13, 2019

In anticipation of the upcoming gubernatorial runoff between incumbent Governor John Bel Edwards and Republican candidate Eddie Rispone, the university College Democrats will host the Blue Meets Red governor’s debate, inviting the university College Republicans to the forum. The event, which will...

Organizational news – Oct. 15, 2019 issue

Organizational news – Oct. 15, 2019 issue

October 16, 2019

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September 24, 2019

Recognized Greek and student organizations, as well as university departments and programs, may submit Organizational News by completing the form available at The Lion’s Roar Facebook page or The Lion’s Roar page on the university website. All submissions will be verified by The Lion’s Roar staff and may be edited for grammar, libel and space considerations. Su...

Organizational news – Sept. 17, 2019 issue

Organizational news – Sept. 17, 2019 issue

September 18, 2019

Recognized Greek and student organizations, as well as university departments and programs, may submit Organizational News by completing the form available at The Lion's Roar Facebook page or The Lion's Roar page on the university website. All submissions will be verified by The Lion's Roar staff and may be edited for grammar, libel and space considerations. Subm...

Going into the polls

Going into the polls

Jacob Summerville, Staff Reporter

October 29, 2018

Local and state elections are next week, and two students at the university have been active participants leading up to Nov. 6. Vice President of College Republicans Mollie Millet, a sophomore political science major, and President of College Democrats Eugene Davis, a senior double majoring in communication...