Student Government Association introduces senate hopefuls

The Student Government Association kicked off its election process Monday with a technological twist. In addition to opening the online election system in the morning, SGA also held a live candidate forum on its Facebook page at 6:30 p.m. The forum introduced the candidates running for senate and allowed questions and feedback from fellow students through […]

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State Representative opens home to community

State Representative Steve Pugh opened his home on Saturday, Oct. 17, 2015 to the public for an event called Taste of 73. This event featured local chefs’ cuisine, free books, inflatables, live music and was open and free to all families of the community. Local chefs set up tent stations along the driveway of the […]

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Students struggle to make decisions in Election 2012

In what turned out to be a close race for president in 2012, many students found themselves confused prior to Election Day Tuesday on which candidate would best suit them. According to uselectionatlas.org, 49.5 percent of those who turned out to vote this year, voted Democratic while 48.9 percent voted Republican and 1.5 percent voted […]

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Amendments on the Nov. 6 election ballot not covered by media

Voters walked up to their stations over the past weeks to be greeted by more than just names to choose from. Every election season, separate states place constitutional amendment options on the ballot for citizens to vote on. Many citizens find however that they are looking at these amendments for the first time when walking […]

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Election 2012: Amendment 2

  Hammond, LA – The 2012 election was held Tuesday. Meanwhile, Louisiana voters also voted to decide whether or not to adopt a Constitutional Amendment that the Louisiana Constitution has the right to bear arms and express power of the Legislation to regulate the possession of concealed weapons. Article I, Section 11 of the Louisiana […]

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Jindal’s persona, not politics, wins over students

Hammond – Seeking re-election for a second term as Louisiana Governor, Bobby Jindal just had to kick back and wait to see how large his margin of victory would be. Jindal finished with 65.8 percent of the votes, well past the 50 percent needed to put him back in office. There is no doubt Jindal […]

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