Volunteers aid community in Family Fair

Gap volunteers aided The Ogden Museum of Southern Art during its annual Family Fair. The Gap team worked under the “Be what’s possible” campaign of Gap Inc. helped with activities and services in the community. The campaign uses volunteer efforts to connect and drive forward businesses and communities. The museum had a multitude of volunteers for
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Serving the community one latte at a time

Coffee is the driving force behind many students and professors alike. Whether it be dark or light roast, pumpkin spice or mocha, latte or cappuccino, these drinks all have one thing in common and it is not the caffeine. What these all have in common is whom they come from; the friendly neighborhood barista. While
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Road To Recovery

              Photos by Joshua Palmer Sitting inside a small yet cozy mobile home, Joshua Palmer sat and talked about what he experienced during the rough time of Hurricane Katrina. Joshua Palmer has been a resident of Lacombe since 1989. He made his living as a crane operator and also an
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It Takes a Village

Hammond’s savvy college students have taken to using cell phone apps to help them study. Long gone are the days of writing out flash cards for science classes, study groups for math or printing countless images for art history classes. Applications like Quizlet and Chegg bring all of that to a cell phone. One can
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The Disney College Program

  Some people may be unaware that the Walt Disney World company offers an internship for college students, called the Disney College Program (DCP). This is an internship opportunity for college students nationwide, as well as worldwide. It’s the opportunity to participate in an approximately one semester long internship in either resort located within the
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Tie-Dye for a cause

[Hammond, La.] Last week Theta Phi Alpha hosted its annual Tie-Dye with Theta Phi philanthropy event outside of the Union to raise money for one of their national philanthropies, Camp Friendship. Tie-Dye with Theta Phi is exactly how it sounds. Students, faculty members or anyone on campus could come donate $1 to tie-dye a t-shirt
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