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Due to the continuance of COVID-19 in the United States, professors at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette will handle many classes for the fall semester differently.
While most faculty at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette left campus after the shutdown, there were some workers who put themselves at risk to keep the university up and running.
The University of Louisiana at Lafayette’s incoming freshmen have had an unprecedented online orientation due to campus closure and other public safety restrictions.
Ragin' Cajuns Football Assistant Coach D.J. Looney collapsed from a heart attack during a team workout on Saturday, Aug. 1.
This semester at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette will surely look like none before it thanks to the coronavirus pandemic.
As soon as Alex “PoeticSoul” Johnson began to speak, the whole crowd fell silent. With passion in her voice, she recited what she considers to be her magnum opus, “Power of Black Woman.” Midway through her poem, however, she stopped reciting and began to speak directly to police across America.
As the summer 2020 remote semester is coming to an end, fall 2020 housing plans begin with strict social distancing guidelines.
What starts with as simple a gesture as painting a sign, local LGBT leaders are working for broader, better inclusivity and recognition in the small, and often conservative, city of Lafayette.
Thousands of concerned Lafayette citizens gathered at the corner of University Avenue and Johnston Street to peacefully protest police brutality on Sunday at 11:00 a.m.
COVID-19 put a damper on springtime fun for the entire nation this year and Lafayette is no exception. Here are five local events that were canceled, postponed or moved online due to the COVID-19 outbreak:
Over a month after UL's transition to distance learning, some students are having trouble adjusting without their normal accommodations.
Since the arrival of COVID-19 to Louisiana in early March, LGBT+ students from the University of Louisiana at Lafayette have been forced to remain at home with parents or relatives who may be less than accepting of them.
With the University of Louisiana at Lafayette’s campus closing due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, UL Lafayette’s religious organizations are attempting to adapt and maintain support for their members.
Of the limited reports available to the public surrounding COVID-19 and race, data reported by the Washington Post has shown that African-Americans appear to be contracting the disease and dying at disproportionate rates.
In March, the University of Louisiana of Lafayette announced remote learning after the novel coronavirus outbreak began, and afterwards seniors grew worrisome about their plans post-graduation.
While the rest of the University of Louisiana at Lafayette has gone online, the Saucier Wellness Center has remained open at its normal hours of operation for both health and counseling services.
COVID-19 caused most events this spring to be rescheduled or canceled, and graduation is no exception, but the University of Louisiana at Lafayette’s decision to hold a virtual commencement ceremony rather than reschedule the Spring 2020 Commencement Ceremony without removing or lowering the…
Zoom, a web-based video learning center that the University of Louisiana at Lafayette has used since moving online, more formally known as Zoom Video Communications, has been involved in two lawsuits, both claiming the platform violated privacy laws.