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Lamar assistant professor of deaf studies Dr. Millicent Musyoka (right)

The U.S. Department of Education’s Office of Special Education Programs has awarded a $1.25 million grant to the Department of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education at Lamar University. The focus of the grant is to prepare teachers for deaf and hard of hearing students in kindergarten through 12th grade who have additional disabilities. During the five-year project, students will receive full funding to complete their masters’ in Deaf Studies and Deaf Education at LU.

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Founding Father and American revolutionary President John Adams envisioned a society wherein free people would be ruled by “a government of laws and not of men.” His remarks and philosophies were emblazoned in the 1780 Constitution of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, the world’s oldest functioning written constitution that soon thereafter served as a model for the 1789 United States Constitution.

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William Lunday

The 9th Court of Criminal Appeals upheld a conviction Wednesday, May 11, that afforded a 20-year sentence to a Beaumont man attempting “suicide by cop” after assaulting his own mother June 8, 2014.

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2016 Reaud Excellence in Education Award winners

Effective teachers not only educate, but also create memories that remain with their students for a lifetime. They don’t just know the content they teach; they know how to explain it in a way that grabs students’ attention.

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Leonardo

This little frisky fella is Leonardo. He's definitely not a needy cat. He wouldn't mind if you work long hours as long as you keep his food and water bowl full and his litter box clean. He'll be delighted when you get home and might even want to snuggle with you! We believe Leonardo is around 9 months old. He currently weighs 7 pounds.  Please stop by the shelter to meet Mr. Leonardo!!

Leonardo # 25815

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