Kevin King's archive

When Cardinal football was reintroduced in 2010, there was an excitement on campus that hadn’t been felt in a long time. It was a welcome return following two decades without a sport that Southeast Texans eat, sleep and breathe. Now that Big Red pride is back in full force, Lamar University reintroduces another tradition dating back more than half a century — the Homecoming Parade.

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As thrill seekers flock to spook houses this October for their fright fix, a local paranormal investigation team explores real haunted locations in Southeast Texas and Southwest Louisiana.

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The feeling of fall is in the air, and with it comes pumpkins, falling leaves and little ones in costumes.

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Jerry Lin

Lamar University has honored Jerry Lin, professor of environmental engineering, as the Distinguished Faculty Lecturer for 2014. “Chasing Quicksilver: From an Emperor’s Tomb to the Global Environment” will be the topic of his lecture, sponsored by ExxonMobil, to be presented Oct. 20 at 7 p.m. in the University Theatre. The Lamar University Faculty Senate will host the lecture, which is open to the public without charge.

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Newcomb Pottery can be considered some of the most significant American art pottery of the 20th century, with each piece critically acclaimed and highly coveted.

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