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Get free passes to see “Marshall” at the theater!

Hey students! Get free passes to see Chadwick Boseman in "Marshall," the true story of America's first African-American Supreme Court Justice. The free screening will be held at AMC Elmwood Palace 20 on Tuesday, October  10 for 7:30 p.m. You can download a pass (for two) at: http://www.gofobo.com/FojmZ13919 Be sure to arrive early, and we'll see you at the show!...

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NFL players kneel to take a stand against social injustice

NFL players kneel to take a stand against social injustice

Anjanae Crump, Editor-in-Chief

October 13, 2017No Comments

Celebrities garner the attention of millions, and many use their platforms to take a stand on social issues. However, when taking a stand involves kneeling during the national anthem, those participating receive lots of n...

UNO attempts to increase visible school pride

UNO attempts to increase visible school pride

Ariell Reed, Reporter

October 13, 2017No Comments

The University of New Orleans has created a new tradition, encouraging students and staff to don blue and silver UNO apparel on Fridays to promote school pride. “[School pride] means and looks like all of the students comin...

PBSU holds third annual fashion show at UNO

PBSU holds third annual fashion show at UNO

Sofia Gilmore-Montero, News Editor

October 13, 2017No Comments

On Sept. 29, the Progressive Black Student Union (PBSU) held its third annual fashion show in the University Center  Ballroom. PBSU started the fashion show when Crystal Suggs, the current president, took over leadership, hoping to  bring a new dimension to the university.  ...

Letters for those lost in Las Vegas

Letters for those lost in Las Vegas

October 12, 2017

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The Farewell Rag – a UNO-made movie in the N.O. Film Festival

The Farewell Rag – a UNO-made movie in the N.O. Film Festival

Lenny Vasbinder, Contributer

Award-winning filmmaker and University of New Orleans (UNO) Assistant Professor Henry Griffin announces the world premiere of “The Farewell Rag” at the 2017 New Orleans Film Festival (NOFF). “The Farewell Rag” is the second of seve...

October 13, 2017No Comments

Get ready for the New Orleans Film Festival!

Get ready for the New Orleans Film Festival!

Jeff Boudreaux, Contributer

The wonderful world of independent film takes the stage in New Orleans for the 28th annual New Orleans Film Festival (a.k.a. Cannes on the Mississippi), sponsored by the New Orleans Film Society. The festival takes place Oct. 1...

October 13, 2017No Comments

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Nate Frye Joins Niagara River Lions

Nate Frye Joins Niagara River Lions

CATHARINES, Ontario, Canada – The Niagara River Lions announced the signing of Nate Frye Friday on Twitter (@RiverLions). Frye was a four-year letter winner for the University of New Orleans men's basketball prog...

October 13, 2017No Comments

Adam Carlisle named New Orleans interim track and field/cross country coach

Adam Carlisle named New Orleans interim track and field/cross country coach

October 13, 2017

Volleyball Fights Back In Set Three But Falls To Stephen F. Austin

Volleyball Fights Back In Set Three But Falls To Stephen F. Austin

October 13, 2017

Cross country teams show improvement at Loyola/Allstate Sugar Bowl Festival

Cross country teams show improvement at Loyola/Allstate Sugar Bowl Festival

September 15, 2017

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Pitchforks and torches: we’ve seen this before

Pitchforks and torches: we’ve seen this before

Titus L. Firmin, Contributer

You’ve heard this before. The economy may be growing, but most of the gains are going to the top 10 percent in America. Since at least the 1970s, wages for Americans have...

October 13, 2017

A checkers player in a game of chess

Christopher Walker, Contributor

  For us liberals who have gotten somewhat used to the day-to-day lunacy of president Donald Trump, this past week reminded us why we were genuinely scared for our countr...

September 29, 2017

It’s Time to Stop Mental Health Self-Diagnosis

September 29, 2017

The liberal media needs to ease up on Trump (for selfish reasons)

September 22, 2017

Smoking banned but not stopped

Smoking banned but not stopped

September 15, 2017

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Las Vegas shooting reminds us to keep perspective

Hope Brusstar, Copy Editor

Perhaps it's a bit late to be reading about the Oct. 1 Las Vegas shooting. Nothing new can have developed by now. People have died, others have been injured, and still mo...

October 13, 2017

Humankind’s eighth deadly sin: littering

  The other day, I was sitting in the eating area next to the Chick-fil-A at UNO, minding my own business and reading Dante’s Inferno.  Suddenly, a wrapper fell to the floo...

September 29, 2017

Economic Success, Social Regress

September 22, 2017

The South: We rise, we recover, we remain

The South: We rise, we recover, we remain

September 15, 2017

Trump’s tweets a cause for concern worldwide

August 23, 2017

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