News at LU

Community COVID-19 testing at Lamar University at no cost to patients

A Curative COVID-19 testing kiosk is open in the parking lot of the Montagne Center at Lamar University. The site will be open to the entire community Monday - Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at no cost to patients.



LU professor invited to share COVID-19 experience at TEDx event

Lamar University’s Dr. Margot Gage Witvliet, assistant professor of sociology, will be a speaker at TEDxMileHigh’s ‘Uncharted’ event on March 20, 2021, discussing her experience with COVID-19.
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Student Life

Graduating during a pandemic: Advice on job hunting post-college

Going on the prowl for the job that could kickstart your career is a historically stressful situation for many graduating students, but you can and will eventually find success with the right mindset and the right tools at your disposal.
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Department of Theatre and Dance to present Dance Preview

The Lamar University Department of Theatre & Dance is pleased to present their Spring 2021 Dance Preview.
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Arts and Culture

LU art and history combine for office renovation

The office in the Department of History has a new look, a friendlier, brighter and more engaging ambiance.
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