UL-Lafayette student union to offer new view of campus

Advocate staff photo by BRYAN TUCK -- A view from a second floor window at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette's new Student Union shows new construction and walkways as well as the original archways that led into the former building from Cypress Lake Tuesday in Lafayette.

Construction workers buzzed around the University of Louisiana at Lafayette’s student union Tuesday morning as the structure edges closer to completion. Scheduled for a November opening, the UL-Lafayette Student Union will become a hot spot for students to meet, eat and study. “The Student Union will again be the heartbeat… Continue reading →

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At the Baton Rouge Area Leadership class of 2015 announcement breakfast are, from left, Baton Rouge Area Chamber CEO Adam Knapp, Metro Councilwoman Ronnie Edwards, Wendy Gaudet, Metro Councilman Trae Welch, Allyson D’Aquin, Erin Monroe Wesley and Gordon Bell.

The Baton Rouge Area Chamber announced its Baton Rouge Area Leadership class of 2015 at a breakfast Aug. 11 at the Crowne Plaza. The 37 members represent several areas of the Capital Region’s business, civic and nonprofit communities. They include: Continue reading →

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Taiwanese firm, Livingston Parish studio partnering

CyberLink Corp., a Taipei, Taiwan-based multimedia software company, said Wednesday it is partnering with Livingston Parish’s John Schneider Studios to promote and support independent filmmakers. CyberLink has donated a complete editing workstation, which is equipped with the company’s DirectorSuite software package, to… Continue reading →

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UL-Lafayette student union to offer new view of campus

Advocate staff photo by BRYAN TUCK -- A view from a second floor window at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette's new Student Union shows new construction and walkways as well as the original archways that led into the former building from Cypress Lake Tuesday in Lafayette.

Construction workers buzzed around the University of Louisiana at Lafayette’s student union Tuesday morning as the structure edges closer to completion. Scheduled for a November opening, the UL-Lafayette Student Union will become a hot spot for students to meet, eat and study. “The Student Union will again be the heartbeat… Continue reading →

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Pam’s Party Line for Aug. 20, 2014

At the Baton Rouge Area Leadership class of 2015 announcement breakfast are, from left, Baton Rouge Area Chamber CEO Adam Knapp, Metro Councilwoman Ronnie Edwards, Wendy Gaudet, Metro Councilman Trae Welch, Allyson D’Aquin, Erin Monroe Wesley and Gordon Bell.

The Baton Rouge Area Chamber announced its Baton Rouge Area Leadership class of 2015 at a breakfast Aug. 11 at the Crowne Plaza. The 37 members represent several areas of the Capital Region’s business, civic and nonprofit communities. They include: Continue reading →

Food & Dining

Photos

Columnists

Business

Taiwanese firm, Livingston Parish studio partnering

CyberLink Corp., a Taipei, Taiwan-based multimedia software company, said Wednesday it is partnering with Livingston Parish’s John Schneider Studios to promote and support independent filmmakers. CyberLink has donated a complete editing workstation, which is equipped with the company’s DirectorSuite software package, to… Continue reading →

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