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  • www.ulmhawkeyeonline.comVOLUME 88 ISSUE 11 November 11, 2013


    Browse on Bayou sets attendance record




    Battle between textbook, e-book continues

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    Womens golf ends fall with 1st place win

    Warhawks backs against wall after falling 42-14 to Arkansas State

    Faculty stresses higher ed. at Interfaith meeting

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    A reader lives a thousand lives

    before he dies...

    George R.R. Martin,American Author

    (MCT) The fight to raise the minimum wage caught a big wave of momentum this week as President Barack Obama endorsed a pay increase after voters pledged support in two key elections. The White House confirmed Thursday that Obama was backing an effort to increase the minimum wage to $10.10 an hour, which is higher than the $9-an-hour proposal he championed in his State of the Union address in February.

    The announcement comes just days after voters in New Jersey approved a $1 increase in the states minimum wage to $8.25 an hour.

    ULMs chapter of Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority plans to celebrate their founding day, Nov. 12, with The ThRHOback 80s themed week.

    On Monday, they will spread the word about diabetes in the SUB overhang from 11 a.m.- 1 p.m. The diabetes awareness will continue at the same time on Tuesday and a movie night will take place at 7:22 p.m. in Stubbs 100.

    The Kappa Theta chapters Annual Talent Show will take place in the SUB Ballroom at 7:22 p.m. on Wednesday

    On Thursday, there will be a college night at Chuck E. Cheese at 7:22 p.m. and a clothing drive at the SUB overhang from 11 a.m. - 1 p.m.

    Spirirt Day will take place on Friday in Scott Plaza from 11 a.m. - 1 p.m.

    At 10 a.m. the sorortity will participate in Adopt-A-School at Robinson Elementary.

    The Kappa Theta chapter was charter on ULMs campus in 1986.

    (MCT) Unknown works by artists such as Marc Chagall and Henri Matisse, works thought lost to the ravages of war and others deemed degenerate or looted by the Nazis form part of the spectacular trove of art discovered by German authorities in the apartment of an elderly recluse in Munich.

    Two days after news of the find broke, officials in southern Germany revealed Tuesday that the hoard contains 1,406 pieces by masters whose names read like a whos who of Western art of the last 150 years.

    ( To date, fewer people filed for unemployment claims this year in Louisiana than last year.

    Initial claims for unemployment benefits in Louisiana decreased two percentage points to 2,309 for the week ending Nov. 2, 2013, from the previous weeks total of 2,374, the Louisiana Workforce Commission reported.

    According to figures released Friday, the figure was 11 percent lower than the comparable week ending Nov. 3, 2012, when there were 2,602 unemployment insurance claims filed with the state.

    Lost art work found by German authorities in Munich




    ULM Volleyball vs UT-Arlington at the ULM Activity center at 2 - 4 p.m.

    Monday 11-11


    Faculty Senate 40th Anniversary in the SUB Ballroom at 11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m.

    Melissa Champion Vocal Recital at the Wmy-Lous Biedenharn Recital Hall at 4:30 - 5:30 p.m.

    Chili on a chilly day!


    Tuesday 11-12

    Friday 11-15

    Thursday 11-14

    Wednesday 11-13

    Saturday 11-16

    Colin Crawford Senior Saxophone Recital at the Emy-Lou Biedenharn Recital Hall at 7:30 - 9 p.m.

    ULM Flute Soloists in the Emy-Lou Biedenharn Recital Hall at 7:30 - 9 p.m.

    Amber Moore Senior Percussion Recital at the Emy-Lou Biedenharn Recital Hall at 7:30 - 9 p.m.

    ULM Volleyball vs Arkansas State at the ULM Activity Center at 7 - 9 p.m.

    Fall Dance Fusion in Brown Auditorium at 7:30 - 9 p.m.

    Bakers Dozen of an Exceptional Employee Workshop in ULIB 3D at 2 - 3 p.m.


    1675: Gottfriend Leibniz demonstrates integral calculus for the first time to find the area under the graph of y=f(x)

    1889: Washington is admitted as the 42nd state of the United States

    1996: NASA launches Gemini 121993: A sculpture honoring women who served in the

    Vietnam War is dedicated at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, D.C.

    Birth: Leonardo DiCaprio is born in 1974Death: Martin Luther King Sr. dies in 1984 of a heart attack photos courtesy of Wikipedia

    Unemployment claims decreasesince last year

    Obama backs effort to increase minumum wage to $10.10

    Sigma Gamma Rho plans 80s week for founding day

    photo by Daniel Russell

    Chili cook off participants are eager for tailgaters to try their zesty chili on Saturday.

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    Campus was packed Saturday with parents and students for Parents Day.

    Ash Aulds, a senior political science major, planned the event with the Student Life and Academic Enhancement Committee.

    The last home game is the last chance to see one of the most successful team of ULM seniors that have been through the university, Aulds said.

    Aulds was happy with the turnout, considering the cold temperature and rain.

    We wanted to give the parents a chance to see the university on game day, which is a different and more exciting environment than their other visits to the university, Aulds said.

    Devonte Grinstead, a senior health studies major, enjoyed the event despite the dismal weather.

    I was responsible for setting up and handing out t-shirts. We had a pretty large turn out, even with the rain, Grinstead said.

    Parents and chili hopefuls tailgated in the rain, waiting for the game to start.

    Marc Calhoun, a sophomore biology major, was excited by the enthusiasm of parents and students.

    Parents day was really successful, we had the most participants in the last five years. The rain dampened the mood, but we were thankful for those that came out, Calhoun said.

    Calhoun hopes to see the event continue to grow.

    ULM is getting out there. People recognize our name, and thats a great thing for the university. Even amidst all the budgetary problems, we still have people interested in us, Calhoun said.

    Shaniece Mitchell, a sophomore pre-dental hygiene major, enjoyed the game with her mother.

    Im excited to share my school pride with my mom and show her a different side of ULM, Mitchell said.

    Mitchell believes this is a great way for parents to see the everyday lives of their children.




    by Kaitlyn Huff

    by Kaitlyn Huff

    photos by Daniel Russell

    Parents Day success despite bad weather

    Prospective students flocked to Brown Auditorium for the annual Browse on the Bayou recruitment event on Saturday.

    With the largest prospective student attendance in ULM history, according to Susie Sparks, coordinator of recruitment services, the future of the university seems large and bright. Extra seating was provided for the surplus crowd.

    For many of the students this is a deal maker or breaker, Sparks said.

    The day began with registration and a quick tour of the campus.

    Seth Hall, Prep coordinator, was excited to see the faces of all of the future students as he directed tours and prep leaders.

    This is our biggest recruiting event and it takes a lot of work. Hall said.

    Hall was in charge of making sure the event suffered no problems, overseeing the execution of the event. Prep staffers lead tours and introduced themselves to the audience.

    President Nick Bruno greeted the high schools, welcoming them to ULM.

    Many of our prep staffers mentioned the friendly atmosphere of ULM, and while I wouldnt go so far to say there is never a bad day, the sun is always

    shining on ULM. Bruno said.A short presentation revealed the new

    Ask Ace feature that is a student and faculty staffed service that can answer any question a prospective Warhawk may have.

    After a general discussion students were allowed to speak with department heads about majors and classes.

    Were representing the dance department, and working on getting a major. Weve gotten a lot of interest so far, a lot of signatures, said Amanda Hikes, a sophomore biology major.

    Dallas Vanderpool, prospective student and high school senior, enjoyed the event.

    ULM seems like a wonderful place, and I really liked the campus, Vanderpool said. As an undecided major the event opened my eyes to new majors.

    Vanderpool was excited by the possibilities ULM presented, and considered some majors that were unique to ULM.

    I can really see myself being a Warhawk. It gave me a good idea of what college is going to be like. I loved it, Vanderpool said.

    Ace the Warhawk poses with a high school student at Browse on the Bayou Saturday.

    contact Kaitlyn Huff [email protected]

    photo by Daniel Russell

    Bria Lewis, Ahmaad Solmone and Taylar Bouttee pass out T-shirts to parents and prospective students at the Browse on the Bayou Saturday.

    contact Kaitlyn Huff [email protected]

    Browse on the Bayou sees largest attendance



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