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  • www.ulmhawkeyeonline.comVOLUME 88 ISSUE 6 September 30, 2013

    THE UNIVERSITY OF LOUISIANA AT MONROE

    Know the sign of breast cancer now

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    St. Jude adds new meaning to throwback Thursday

    ULM opens states first carbon flux tower

    Greeks give back to community

    ULM vs Tulane

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    photo by Daniel Russell

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    Tulane rides the wave,Warhawks wipeout P 15

  • THE UNIVERSITY OF LOUISIANA AT MONROE September 30, 2013PAGE 2

    Money cant buy happiness, but it can make

    you awfully comfortable while

    youre being miserable.

    Clare Boothe Luce,American writer

    (MCT) The ambitious international effort to take control of Syrias arsenal of chemical weapons, which seemed a pipe dream just weeks ago, has gathered momentum with a rapid-fire succession of dizzying diplomatic milestones.

    The United Nations Security Council on Friday night unanimously approved a resolution requiring Syrian President Bashar Assad to relinquish his stock of poison gases by mid-2014. International inspectors are expected to arrive in Syria by Tuesday - more than a month ahead of an already accelerated schedule to begin the complex process of removing, dismantling or destroying the illicit arms.

    Sept. 30 - Monday

    1399 - Henry IV is proclaimed King of England

    1791 - The first performance of The Magic Flute, the last opera by Mozart to make its debut, took place at Freihaus-Theater auf der Wieden in Vienna, Austria

    1955 - Film star James Dean dies at the age of 24 in a road accident

    2005 - Controversial drawings of Muhammad are printed in the Danish newspaper Jyllands Posten

    (MCT) In the latest setback for the rollout of Obamacare, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services announced Thursday that small businesses in 36 states cant enroll their workers into health coverage through the new federally run insurance marketplaces until at least Nov. 1 one month later than previously announced.

    The delay appears to be the result of computer and information technology problems in the Small Business Health Option Program, known as SHOP, an online insurance marketplace specifically for small employers.

    ( t h e n e w s s t a r . c o m ) Representatives with the Louisiana Campaign for Tobacco-Free Living will ask the city of Monroe to revisit the 100 percent smoking ban the City Council approved Tuesday to reduce the distance smokers have to light up from bars and bingo halls.

    The ordinance approved by the City Council requires smokers to smoke at least 15 feet from facilities located in Monroe.

    The Louisiana Campaign for Tobacco-Free Living requested the cities of Monroe and West Monroe and the Ouachita Parish Police Jury to consider the ordinance.

    U.N. to destroy Syrias chemical weapons soon

    Monroe revisits ban on smoking near bars, bingo halls

    Obamacare delayed for small businesses due to tech issues

    NATIONWORLD QUOTESTATE

    NEWS

    Splat!

    photos courtesy of mctcampus and wikipedia

    BRIEFS

    Miss ULM Pageant in Brown Auditorium from 7 - 9 p.m.

    Pre-Career Fair Workshops in the SUB Ballroom from 9:30 a.m. - 2 p.m.

    All Major Career Fair in the SUB Ballroom from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.

    Monday , 9-30

    Tuesday, 10-1

    Wednesday, 10-2

    CALENDAR

    Phi Beta Sigma member Joseph Treadwell participates in an egg drop to raise money for the fraternity on Thursday.

    ULM Volleyball vs. UALR at the ULM Activity Center from 7 - 9 p.m.

    Friday, 10-4

    VAPA Day in Brown Auditorium and Biedenharn Hall from 7 a.m. - 9 p.m.

    Thursday, 10-3

    Dara Engler Art Exhibition opens and will presented through at Bry Art Gallery Oct. 24. Gallery hours are 8 a.m. - 4:40 p.m., Monday through Thursday, and 8 a.m. - 12 p.m. on Friday

    Nursing and Health Science Ca-reer Fair in the SUB Ballroom from 5 - 7 p.m.

    ULM Volleyball vs. UL-Lafayette in Lafayette from 7 - 9 p.m.

    ULM Football vs. Western Kentucky at Malone Stadium from 6:30 - 9:30 p.m.

    Today in History

    Girls to compete for Miss ULM

    Its that time of year again for the ladies of ULM to get together and compete for the crown of Miss ULM.

    The 2014 Miss ULM Pageant will take place Tuesday in Brown Auditorium from 7-9 p.m.

    Jaden Leach, Miss Louisiana 2013, and Amy Matherne, Miss ULM 2013, will commence the event.

    Tickets for the public will cost $8 and will be available at the La Capitol bank on campus. Any remaining tickets will be available at the door at 5 p.m.

    The competition emphasizes physical fitness, public speaking, academics and intelligence. The contestants must showcase a trained talent for 90 seconds.

    ULM collaborates with South Korea

    ULM has begun an exchange program with Geumgang University in South Korea.

    Both universities signed a Memorandum of Understanding on Thursday which is a five year agreement of academic cooperation.

    The agreement also allows the universities to exchange academic information, materials and to collaborate on instructional and cultural programs.

    According to Nick Bruno, it is important for ULM to create partnerships with international universities.

    photo by Daniel Russell

  • PAGE 3September 30, 2013

    SGA passed two motions granting a scholarship to the Mortar Board National College Senior Honor Society and for the purchase of memorial trees to honor recently passed professors who gave more than40 years to ULM.

    The Mortar Board plans to use their $500 scholarship to fund future fundraisers and awareness campaigns. The motion was put forth by Vice President Jameshia Below and seconded by research and judicial affairs department head Samantha Craig. The vote passed unanimously.

    The second motion, moved by Craig and seconded by Ash Aulds, student life and academic enhancement department head, for the purchase of memorial trees to honor professors

    such as Louis Nabors and H.P. Jones also passed unanimously.

    These trees will be a good way of honoring someone who has given a large chunk of their life to the university, advisor Laura Knotts said.

    According to Knotts, they plan to plant the trees outside the front of the SUB and purchase a plaque for each tree.

    Treasurer Adrian Lejeune announced the arrival of funds and plans to spend $300 for a new Registered Student Organization board, used for promotion of the organization during Prep and other RSO recruiting events.

    Our board is very old and heavy and a hassle to put up, said Lejeune. This is something that all incoming freshmen and parents see when they come to the school so we definitely

    want it to look nice and represent the SGA well.

    SGA is planning service learning project focusing on promoting physical and mental health around the campus and community. A committee dedicated to this project

    was formed and will begin working on possible ideas for future events. Suggestions included visiting local elementary and middle schools.

    TY OF LOUISIANA AT MONROE

    NEWS

    SGA plans memorial trees, new RSO board Campus fight results in arrests

    contact Halen Doughty at [email protected]

    THE UNIVERSITY OF LOUISIANA AT MONROE

    by Kaitlyn Huff

    by Halen Doughty

    A fight between two students in Masur Hall on Monday led to one being maced, the other in need of stitches and both behind bars.

    Freshmen Crystal Mitchell and Jametrice Johnson engaged in a brutal fight around 3 p.m. outside of Mitchells dorm room.

    According to the affidavit obtained by the Ouachita Parish Sheriff Office, Johnson went to Mitchells dorm room and sprayed her in the face with mace once the door was opened.

    Johnson then proceeded to attack Mitchell, and Mitchell fought back.

    Mitchell soon pulled a box cutter from her back pocket and cut Johnson in the face.

    Johnson recieved six stitches on the left side of her face.

    Mitchell filed a complaint about the incident two days later. Her report was verified by ULM polices security cameras.

    Lt. Steven Mahon, officer in charge of ULM Police, said, Our closure rate is high. Thats due in big part to our cameras.

    Both females involved met with police, waived their Miranda rights and gave statements to ULM Police. The girls were arrested and have been charged with felony aggravated battery.

    The girls will await trial, where they face up to a $5,000 fine and possible jail time at the Ouachita Correctional Center.

    ULM is a professional institution and I do not think the violence is needed or wanted by any student and faculty, said Jerry Orange, a senior health studies major.

    The fight took place at on the second floor of Masur Hall and was reportedly over an Instagram post.

    Homecoming CourtFreshman Maids: Destiny Brown

    Christina Bruno

    Sophomore Maids: Chelsea Wyatt

    Monohn Prudhomme

    Junior Maids: Adrian LeJeuneCourtney Stamp

    *Senior Queen Run-off: Kemper BlockTiffani Reed

    Anna Beth Reardon

    *Senior King Run-off: Jameson Johns

    Devonte Grinstead

    * Run-offs will take place Oct. 3 from 8 a.m.-5 p.m.

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    SUB now closed on weekends, no plans to reopenThe Student Union Building is a dwelling place

    for many students on campus, but now many of those students have to find a new place to eat on the weekends.

    Starting this semester, the SUB has changed their hours to 7 a.m.-2 p.m. on Friday and is closed on Sa