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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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In conjunction with its centennial celebration, the UL Lafayette Alumni Association has filled display cases in the foyer and grand hall of Dupré Library with photographs, programs and papers concerning the history of the association. Many of the materials are part of Dupré Library’s University Archives Collection.

The public is invited to view memorabilia relating to class reunions, homecomings, membership initiatives, alumni chapters, the Ragin’ Cajun Club, the Walk of Honor, special events and alumni awards, all supported by the Alumni Association in its century of service to the university.

Angela Morrison and Lana Rodriguez with the UL Lafayette Alumni Association arranged the exhibit with the assistance of Dr. I. Bruce Turner, Archives and Special Collections Curator at Dupré Library. This free exhibit may be viewed during library hours through the end of May.

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