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UL Board Approves Sale Of Horse Farm To Lafayette Consolidated Government

The city will now work to turn the farm into a passive park, featuring hiking and biking trails.

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UL Lafayette Named Most Affordable College In Louisiana

UL is 18 percent more affordable than the next closest university on a list published by the U.S. Department of Education.

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UL Lafayette Police Warn Of Potential Scam

The scam involves children's books and a UL Symphony trip to London.

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New Liberal Arts Dean For ULL

The College of Liberal Arts has one of the biggest programs at ULL and now has a new dean.

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Lafayette Veterans Group Eyes Former Lourdes Campus For VA Hospital

The former site of Our Lady of Lourdes is on the market for $36 million, but the VA is not the only group looking into buying the property.

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R&L Carriers New Orleans Bowl - San Diego State v Louisiana-Lafayette
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Brother’s On The Boulevard To Host UL Coach Mark Hudspeth

UL head football Coach Mark Hudspeth will make his first public appearance since last months New Orleans Bowl win.

Brother's on the Boulevard will host the Cajuns coach at a public signing January 14th from eleven to one

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John Oller
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UL Lafayette Professor Sues Department In Federal Court

A U-L Lafayette professor is suing the university in federal court, claiming discrimination against him. Professor John Oller says his civil rights are being violated by the university's Communicative Disorders department because he believes in Creationism and intelligent design.

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Paint the Quarter Red
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Paint The Quarter Red: Not Necessarily The News

Tootie Landry wants everyone to "Paint the Quarter Red" in this edition of Not Necessarily the News.

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UL Football Coach Hudspeth Staying Put

He's staying put. ESPN 14-20 reports that U-L football coach Mark Hudspeth will remain as the Cajuns' head coach for the forseeable future.

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Taronga Zoo Animals Receive Enrichment Treats For Christmas
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New Iberia Primate Research In Danger

Testing on chimpanzees at an Acadiana research center could come to a halt if a new bill makes its way through Congress. The bill would phase out over three years invasive research on chimps and other primates.

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Former UL Lafayette Transit Director Found Dead

A former UL Lafayette director commits suicide shortly after being fired from his job.Baton Rouge Police say Simon Broussard was found dead in his hotel room with a gunshot wound to the chest.

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UL Bowl Game Tickets For Pre-Order

Fans of Louisiana's Ragin Cajuns football team can begin pre-ordering bowl game tickets.

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