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NEWS

Parents’ Perspective on Explosion Close to Lamar

Parents’ Perspective on Explosion Close to Lamar

Over the Thanksgiving break, two explosions rocked Southeast Texas when Port Neches’ TPC Group chemical plant exploded 1 a.m. Wednesday, followed by another explosion later at 1 p.m. A mandatory evacuation was placed within a four-mile radius of the chemical plant, with Lamar being just right outside the edge. Read More ❯

FEATURES

“A Christmas Story” is festive fun

“A Christmas Story” is festive fun

Beaumont Community Player’s musical rendition of the beloved movie, “A Christmas Story,” running through Dec. 21, is splendidly wholesome and leaves audiences with the spirit of the holiday season in their hearts long after the curtains are drawn. Read More ❯

SPORTS

One Bow at a Time

One Bow at a Time

The LU Collegiate Archers men’s barebow team places first at the 3D regionals in Hattiesburg, Mississippi, Oct. 25. Read More ❯

OPINION

LU Student discusses first experience at HASBSEB Conference

LU Student discusses first experience at HASBSEB Conference

On Nov. 23, I presented two talks at the sixth-annual Humanities, Arts, Social and Behavioral Sciences, Education & Business (HASBSEB) Conference for the first time. In both my historical research and advanced expository writing class, I created a research paper. The English paper is called 'Accepting Death: The Uses of Grief Writing to Heal Unresolved Pain,” andthe history research is called “Satanism in Louisiana and the Initiation of the 'Mark of Cain' Bill.” Read More ❯

Another View

Another View

Editorial Cartoon

Editorial Cartoon

Editorial Cartoon

Editorial Cartoon