Where costumes hung waiting to be worn there are now empty racks.
Mascara, eye shadow, brushes and lipstick are strewn on the counters in the dressing rooms. The smell of hairspray still lurks in the air.
The cast is ready.
The moment is here. Months of rehearsal will now be put to the test.
Backstage, some are mouthing the [...]
Don Cincone, a renowned black artist who grew up in the Monroe area, was a featured speaker during African American Heritage Week.
Jesse Flunder brought Cincone in to discuss how he made it as a black artist in a time of racial tension.
“I chose Don Cincone because I was very taken by his art, especially the [...]
The ULM Nursing Building received a new name. ULM President Nick Bruno and Nursing School Director Emily Doughty unveiled Kitty DeGree Hall in honor of ULM philanthropist Kitty DeGree, making this yet another building in Monroe dedicated to honor DeGree.
The UL System board of supervisors approved the new name in February after an application from [...]
Friday night’s game was set up to be one of the best pitching duels in the Sun Belt Conference this season. Cale Wine (3-4, 2.08) took the mound for the Warhawks (11-19, 1-9) facing #25 Florida Atlantic University’s Austin Gomber (3-1, 1.75).
The final outcome was nowhere near the expected result as the game ended with [...]
GAME 1 – 5-2
ULM fell behind early and never recovered, losing 5-2 to FIU on Saturday at Warhawk Field.
The Warhawks (16-19, 3-7) quickly fell down 3-0 to the Panthers (23-19, 6-7) in the second inning before Elena DiMattia’s RBI ground out got ULM on the board.
ULM pulled within one run in the third inning, but [...]
Napoleon Bonaparte marched up to the front of the classroom, faced the confused students and began teaching.
Bonaparte never broke character to reveal his true identity for the entire class period.
Horace “H.P.” Jones did whatever it took to make sure his students learned.
Jones, 83, died Tuesday, March 19, 2013 in his home.
After 47 years of teaching [...]
The Maroon team came away with a 17-7 victory over the White team in the annual Maroon and White spring football game on Saturday at Malone Stadium.
Head coach Todd Berry used the game as an opportunity to evaluate the younger players on the roster, holding many of his starters out of the game.
“We had a [...]