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Service Coalition holds nonprofit fair

Service Coalition holds nonprofit fair

Ariell Reed, Reporter

September 15, 2017


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On Thursday, Sept. 7, the University of New Orleans Service Coalition hosted a service fair outside the University Center featuring various nonprofits. EdNavigator, Second Harvest Food Bank and STAIR were among the nonprofit organizations recruiting students for volunteer and internship opportunities. &nb...

Tuition, fees and charges explained – Part I

Tuition, fees and charges explained – Part I

Leonard "Lenny" Vasbinder, Contributer

September 15, 2017


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Some students may have looked at their Fee Bill or Student Account Detail on UNO’s WebStar site, and noticed all the fees besides just tuition. These fees are an ongoing concern for the thousands of students who have to pay them each semester — often for unexplained things. While cutbacks from ...

Ordinance to pay for pothole damages

Ordinance to pay for pothole damages

Michael Habermann, Contributor

September 15, 2017


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Tourists worldwide know New Orleans for the Mardi Gras parades that wind through its streets. But locals know the damage that lies beneath all those parading feet: potholes. From Lakeview to the Lower 9th ward, potholes exist throughout the city. Legally, any drivers whose cars are  damaged by potholes ...

Intramural sports: Available to all

Intramural sports: Available to all

Hope Brusstar, Copy Editor

August 23, 2017


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UNO offers a variety of ways for students to get involved in sports. The Department of Athletics handles intercollegiate sports, but participating in tryouts or vying for a scholarship isn’t the only way to join a league. Various student organizations also hold club sports, but now, students and f...

Freshmen share their anticipations and fears

Anjanae Crump, Editor-in-Chief

August 23, 2017


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Every year in colleges around the world, a new class of freshmen find themselves embarking on a new academic journey. Before many of them even set foot on campus, they are equipped with a preconceived picture painted by their previous teachers, parents, family, and friends of how things will be. Inste...

Student body president plans to improve campus

Sofia Gilmore-Montero, News Editor

August 23, 2017


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The everyday operations of the University of New Orleans include various things from hosting professional events, all the way down to serving lunch to the thousands of people on campus at any given time. While many get to enjoy the finished results, the faculty, students, and staff must often dedicate n...

Students safely watch rare solar eclipse event on campus

Kellie Vedros, Reporter

August 23, 2017


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On Monday, Aug. 21, students at the University of New Orleans gathered outside the Earl K. Long Library for a rare sight. This was the first time in 38 years that a solar eclipse passed across the continental United States. To celebrate this historic event, the Physics department had special tele...

Jamba Juice arrival provides more dining options

Jamba Juice arrival provides more dining options

Hope Brusstar, Copy Editor

August 23, 2017


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The latest of four Jamba Juice locations in Louisiana has now been established on UNO's campus and is ready to provide "Real Fruit Smoothies Ready to Order" to campus-goers. Currently, the new Jamba Juice site resides in the area between the front desk and the racquetball courts at UNO's Recre...

Friends of the Library to host massive book sale April 4 and 5

Christopher Walker, Editor - in - Chief

March 29, 2017


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The University of New Orleans’ Friends of the Library will conduct its semesterly Books and Brownies sale on Tuesday, April 4 and Wednesday, April 5 on the fourth floor of the Earl K. Long Library. The sale will feature several hundred CDs, vinyl records, and used books of various genres. Past sal...

Campus Health Fair 2017

Jamie Lloyd

March 29, 2017


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The University of New Orleans chapter for the national pre-medical and pre-dental honor society Alpha Epsilon Delta (AED) is hosting the Alpha Epsilon Delta Health Fair on Wednesday, April 19 from 11am to 3pm in the University Center ballroom. The health fair will serve as a networking opportunity for...

UNO-developed AI ready for testing

Brandon Melerine, Contributor

March 29, 2017


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Artificial intelligence, or AI, is a branch of computer science that is growing rapidly in our technologically driven world. The University of New Orleans offers an introductory course to AI, taught by assistant professor Stephen Ware. Ware said he sees AI as an ever-growing field of cognitive resea...

UNO Greek system celebrates unity with Greek week

Christopher Walker, Editor - in - Chief

March 29, 2017


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From March 20-24, the University of New Orleans’ Greek system participated in its annual Greek Week, a five-day-long event that teamed up different chapters on campus.   The goal of Greek Week is to encourage mingling among fraternities and sororities outside of more traditional planned ...

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