Lamar University

May 5, Lamar University students in History 4354: The Holocaust will take part in the nationwide effort to honor the victims of the Holocaust and Nazi persecution by holding a Days of Remembrance event on the sixth floor of the Mary and John Gray Library on Lamar University’s campus from 5:30-8:30 p.m. The event coincides with the nation’s annual commemoration of the Holocaust established by Congress and led by the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, D.C.

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Lamar University’s Cardinal Jazz Singers will perform Thursday, April 28, at 7:30 p.m. in the Rothwell Recital Hall on the campus of Lamar University. The free concert will feature a variety of contemporary jazz selections from aartists such as Bobby McFerrin and Kerry Marsh, and new music composed by faculty member Rebecca Windham, all performed a cappella or with a live rhythm section.

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Photo courtesy of Lamar University

They’ve traveled thousands of miles for the opportunity to study with Lamar University faculty, learn with LU students and experience as much local Texas flavor as they can. And now that they’re here at Lamar University, their journey has just begun. For the next two weeks, 16 dance students from Taiwan’s Tainan University of Technology will be on campus to take classes, perform in three dance concerts, present a Taiwanese dance exhibition and perhaps even take in an Astros game.

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Lamar University women’s golf team

Led by medalist Wenny Chang, the Lamar University women’s golf team won an unprecedented fourth straight Southland Conference championship on April 13.

The Cardinals led from wire-to-wire, finishing eight strokes ahead of runner-up Central Arkansas with with a score of 898 at Stonebridge Ranch Country Club in McKinney.

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Lamar University has cancelled Monday, April 18 classes beginning after 11 a.m. due to flooding conditions. Classes will resume Tuesday, April 19, at regular times.

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Lamar University’s Brass Quintet

Lamar University’s Mary Morgan Moore Department of Music will host its inaugural Brass Festival, a three-day event celebrating brass instrumentalists, beginning Thursday, April 7, through Saturday, April 9, in the Simmons Music Building.

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All hail the king … Tuesday afternoon, March 29, the 68th Neches River Festival king and his escorts traveled down the Neches River and docked at the Beaumont Country Club.

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For a generation sometimes seen as preoccupied with instant gratification, it was refreshing to see Lamar University students spend a day planting for the future, even if that future is a long way off.

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Christopher Adkins

The Mary Morgan Moore Department of Music at Lamar University will present a guest artist recital featuring Christopher Adkins, principal cellist of the Dallas Symphony Orchestra, at 7:30 p.m, Monday, March 7, in the Rothwell Recital Hall.

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Cell phone

Police with the Lamar University Police Department (LUPD) are searching for two suspects who stole a cell phone from a student on campus Friday evening, Feb. 19, LUPD reports.

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