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On Monday, Jan. 29, the Student Government Association passed a resolution encouraging the university to edit the Student Code of Conduct. The code in question states, among other restrictions, that “distasteful or offensive displays, messages or printouts” are not allowed on the school netw…

Sophie Stonis is a second-year student at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette. She currently does not have a declared major but is very interested in child and family studies, specifically concentrating on the area of gender identity. Sophie is also a self-identified bisexual, fresh out…

After serving notorious Creole-style plate lunches for over 17 years, one of Lafayette’s most valued homegrown restaurants, Laura’s II, was finally awarded a food ambassador recognition from Lafayette city-parish government.

February is fast approaching, and with it comes Black History Month. My own personal qualm with Black History Month is the idea that “black history” is something entirely separate from the rest of history, so there should be a singular month dedicated to observing both the contributions and …

The federal government should not have a noticeably significant role in the lives of most citizens. The state government, though slightly more involved, still should not interfere with us too much. Even local governments can be too close for comfort. This idea that the government stays away …