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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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Saturday mornings aren’t only for cartoons anymore. UL Lafayette has the following courses available during the Spring 2004 semester on Saturdays.

• English 304 - Vocabulary Development. This course is a thorough analysis of word building, involving a complete examination of English morphology and etymology, stressing Greek, Latin and native affixes. It is designed for general vocabulary development.

• Finance 230 - Personal Consumer Finance. This course teaches the fundamentals of financial planning and expenditure control for individuals and families. Proper use of credit, insurance, real property and other investments are also discussed.

• Health 218 - Chemical Substance Abuse. This course depicts the historical, social, physiological and legal aspects of drugs in our society. Emphasis is placed on health risks of chemical substance abuse.

These courses are being offered through University College, which was created to meet the needs of busy adult students. Take advantage of a fast and hassle-free way to enroll in college.

Register now by calling (337) 482-6729. University College can help with applications and registration for students who need flexible schedules.

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