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Grand opening: UL Lafayette pantry addresses food security on campus

Campus Cupboard is a free resource for students who require short-term help to meet their food needs. The pantry celebrated its grand opening Thursday at 413 Brook Ave.

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Students get front row seat to inner workings of Festival International

Students Nick Tanner, Olatunde Soyombo and Haley Gonzalez are interning for Festival International, the largest international music and arts festival in the U.S.

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Geaux (to Baton Rouge) Cajuns: Turn State Capitol red for UL System Day

The University is providing free transportation to and from Baton Rouge for ULS Day. The annual showcase of UL System institutions is Wednesday. 

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Three students from the University of Louisiana at Lafayette were honored for perfect 4.0 grade point averages during Fall commencement exercises on Dec. 13.

The three were UL Lafayette’s top graduates for the Fall 2003 semester. They include:

• Sarah Elizabeth Bolding, wife of Ronny Bolding of Lafayette and daughter of Lynn and Terry Tyler of Lafayette. Bolding received a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from the B.I. Moody III College of Business Administration. She earned a double major in accounting and finance.

• Stephanie Renee Etie, is the wife of Jason Jude Etie of Breaux Bridge and daughter of George Bernard Wain of Carencro and Elizabeth Turnage of Broussard. Etie received a Bachelor of Arts degree from the College of Liberal Arts. She majored in political science, pre-law.

• Megan Rachelle Hurst, daughter of Kenneth Hurst of Opelousas and Stephanie Burleigh of Lafayette. Hurst received a Bachelor of Arts degree in from the College of Liberal Arts. She majored in speech pathology and audiology.

Each semester the university recognizes its top graduates during Graduate School commencement exercises in the Cajundome.

Pictured from left: Sarah Bolding, Megan Hurst, Stephanie Etie and UL Lafayette President Dr. Ray Authement.

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