As this semester comes to a close, I’m sure most of you are scoping out your spot in the library or your favorite coffee shop where you’ll spend the entirety of next week preparing for finals. This is my humble reminder that, through thick and thin, midterms and finals, The Vermilion is here…
Due to the sexual harassment and assault allegations rightfully taking over media headlines these past couple of months, legislation was introduced to Congress on Thursday in attempts to strengthen actions taken against sexual assault claims in the military.
As the height of football season approaches and Homecoming festivities start up this week, it is important to remember the inequality female athletes face, especially at this time of year when they so often get swept under the rug.
It is no secret Louisiana’s public school system is one of the worst in the country. According to a new study, Louisiana is actually ranked 51st, the District of Columbia was included in the study, for the worst education system in the U.S.
The Ragin’ Cajuns women’s basketball team played two tough games last week, bringing their overall record to 10-9, and their conference record to 5-2.
Former Southeastern head football coach, Ron Roberts, will begin calling plays for the Ragin’ Cajuns when he steps into his role as the new defensive coordinator.
The Ragin’ Cajuns men’s basketball team continued their hot start to conference play, beating Sun Belt rival ULM 82-48 to improve to 15-3 on the season and 5-0 against conference opponents.
As technological developments once pictured solely in science fiction make their way into homes, vehicles and phones, a speaker at The University of Louisiana at Lafayette challenged students to ponder the moral and ethical questions that can arise from scientific breakthroughs.
Dozens of University of Louisiana at Lafayette students and alumni made their way into the Alumni Center for the second annual Black Heritage Ball, which showcased the clothing, colors and pride of shared African heritage.
University of Louisiana at Lafayette students can participate in a national competition for college students that gives 18 U.S. winners free travel across Europe this spring using nothing but cans of Red Bull and teammates.
As local, national and state politicians prepare their campaigns for the 2018 midterm elections, campus political organizations are setting out to promote student engagement in area politics.
Running from Jan. 22 to Feb. 10, the students of the School of Architecture and Design will have their projects on display in the University of Louisiana at Lafayette’s Fletcher Hall gallery in room 207.
Coming this spring season, the Paul and Lulu Hilliard University Art Museum will host a new collection of art influenced by regional mythologies and reactions to natural disasters.
Student Government Association President Mary McMahon announced an initiative that would let graduate and doctoral school hopefuls to take the GRE and other standardized admissions tests a little closer to home.
The University of Louisiana at Lafayette’s Center for Louisiana Studies is searching for a new director to oversee the community’s largest scholarly investigation into the area’s history.
Following a year marked by four University of Louisiana at Lafayette Greek organizations’ temporary suspensions and the shuttering of Kappa Sigma Fraternity over alleged hazing practices, the university continues to educate sorority and fraternity students about safety at Greek events.