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The University of Louisiana at Lafayette’s Hilliard Art Museum hosted “A Teaspoon and a Bit of String: On Writing and Illustrating for Childre…
Post Graduation Depression is something most people don’t acknowledge or even realize they have. Because for many, graduation on any level is …
Hometown: Spokane, Washington
Hometown: Maurice, LA
Major: Industrial Technology with minor in Business
Military Background: Served on active duty in the Marine Corps as an 0811 Artillery Crewman. Served from 2004 to 2008 with 2 deployments to Iraq during that period.
Why did you choose UL Lafayette: I was born and raised just outside of Lafayette and so UL Lafayette is my hometown school. I love the community feel the university has combined with a quality education system.
Talk about any extracurricular involvement you are in: I am President of the Student Veterans Organization and also Secretary of Military-Connected Students within the Student Government Association. I am also a student member of the American Society of Safety Professionals.
What is the biggest lesson you've learned since transitioning out of the military: I am not alone and how transition the authoritative leadership skills I learned in the Marines to servant leadership that is now needed in the civilian sector.
Any advice to pass along to fellow student-veterans or any veterans thinking of going to school: It's important to realize that individuals/companies do not owe you a career when you get out of the service. However, they do owe you the opportunity to compete. Attending school will give you the additional ammunition needed when competing for a job/career.
Senior guard Johnathan Stove’s importance to the Louisiana men’s basketball team is undeniable.
As the spring semester begins here at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette, the dean of the Ray P. Authement College of Sciences, Azmy Ack…
Former Louisiana Ragin’ Cajuns softball shortstop DJ Sanders will transfer to the University of Oregon.
Louisiana-Lafayette catcher Lexie Elkins moved into sole possession of second place on UL Lafayette’s all-time home runs list with 72 in her c…