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The City of Beaumont is providing sandbags to city residents beginning at 2 p.m. Thursday, August 24, until 7 p.m. this evening and again Friday from 9 a.m. until 7 p.m.

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Dennis Franchione

One of most recognizable names in college football during his time as a head coach, Dennis Franchione, will serve as the guest speaker at the 2017 Lamar University Football Kickoff Banquet scheduled for Saturday, Aug. 26, in the Montagne Center at 6 p.m.

Prior to the start of the banquet, there will be a special VIP reception with Coach Franchione in the Cardinal Club room at 5 p.m.

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Jake Lee (left) and Jacob Foutz of Bryan College

BEMIDJI, Minn. — The Bryan College duo of Jacob Foutz and Jake Lee led the 2017 Carhartt Bassmaster College Series National Championship presented by Bass Pro Shops on Lake Bemidji wire-to-wire to take the title with a three-day total of 49 pounds, 15 ounces.

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Freddie Titus

An “ambassador for mankind,” Lamar University’s Freddie Titus took a different path when he discovered the joy of serving others over self. He has brought that approach to his teaching and service beyond the campus.

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Five members of the Lamar University women’s tennis team have been named 2017 Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) Scholar-Athletes, announced ITA officials. The Cardinals named to the list are freshman Jasmin Buchta, senior Katya Lapayeva, junior Stephanie Marchena, senior Talisa Merchiers and senior Anna Spengler.

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Two front line athletes have signed on with the Lamar University volleyball program, joining three other athletes from the early signing period for the 2017 season.

Bre’Ala Box and Liz Eardly, both versatile athletes who play near the net, along with Iyara Walker, Kaitlyn Nutt and Alexis Wiley, signed with the Cardinals in November. The Cards also welcome one of the area’s – if not the state’s – top players in Kennidee Willis of Deweyville.

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The group poses with a guide in front of the Winter Palace after a tour of the H
MacKenzie Hudson of Lumberton explores a bronze scaled model of the Arch of the

Lamar University students kicked off their summer exploring world-renowned art and architecture in Saint Petersburg, Russia, while earning course credit for ARTS 1301, a core curriculum requirement.

“With art and architecture, there’s just no substitute for seeing a real painting or walking through an actual building,” said Richard Gachot, associate professor of art and design and instructor for the study abroad course.

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Paul Latiolais

Lamar University will be hosting the CO2 Recovery and Storage Conference for the first time ever Monday, June 19 – Wednesday, June 21. The first two days will feature the 2nd International Workshop on Offshore Geologic CO2 Storage. The third day will feature a Carbon Safe Workshop.

“We have about 25-30 scientists from across Europe attending and presenting their ideas,” said Paul Latiolais, director of Lamar University’s Center for Innovation, Commercialization and Entrepreneurship (CICE), where the conference is being held.

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Many areas of the Lamar University campus are currently without electrical power.  Due to this service interruption, all classes scheduled for Wednesday, June 7, have been cancelled. 

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First year head coach Will Davis and his baseball Cardinals are winners of six straight, which included an all-important home sweep last weekend against Stephen F. Austin to jump right back into the mix for a postseason bid to the Southland Conference Tournament with one series remaining.

LU downed SFA by the scores of 10-5, 14-8 and 9-4, and sophomore Robin Adames had a monster game last Saturday, going 3-6 at the plate with 6 RBIs.

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