The best of the best

Hailey Lange was awarded the Best Senior Thesis award from the Languages and Communication Department at the Fall Colloquium on Friday, Dec. 4. Hailey’s paper was entitled, “Headline: ‘Thugs Terrorize Baltimore after Gray’s Death!’” Hailey looked at framing techniques of three major television networks. She wanted to determine whether or not news coverage of the
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Not your average farmers market

Every Saturday, the city of Mandeville hosts the Mandeville Community Market at the Mandeville Trailhead. “One unique thing that we have that other markets don’t have is the variety of products we have out there. Markets are now adding arts and crafts, but we had that when we started in 2002. Markets back then just
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Local church supports missions

On Nov. 7, World Prayer Tabernacle North, a church located in Covington, hosted a garage sale to benefit missionary work across the globe. Administrative Pastor Mia Celino said the church’s goal is to spread the gospel message. This is accomplished with the community through weekly services and similar programs like small group Bible studies. The
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One holiday, two meanings

In the season of jack-o’-lanterns, haunted houses, trick-or-treating and scary movies, many people enjoy Halloween in the traditional manner while others enjoy an alternative. Rev. Matt Rawle of The Well United Methodist Church said that Christians have three options of understanding of secular holidays and the church. The first option is that some Christians have
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Americorps program brings new service opportunity at the Boys and Girls Club

The Boys and Girls Club of Southeast Louisiana received a federal Americorps Grant in August through the Volunteer Louisiana Commission and is now seeking dedicated individuals to serve students and the community. Since 1994, Americorps has been serving the U.S. through non-profit organizations, schools, public agencies and faith-based groups. Through the Americorps program, young adults
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The holidays bring extra responsibilities for local food banks

With the holidays approaching food banks around the area are in need of donors and volunteers to supply the needs of residence. The Samaritan Center, located in Mandeville, is a Christian organization that offers emergency assistance to residents in need. The organization started in 1989 when local churches collaborated to provide services for the less fortunate
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