This week on Pack News, Anchor James Lambert discusses SGA elections. Natalia Verdina reports a common nightlife danger to college students and an Alumni decides to give a large sum of money but with a catch.
This week, Pack News reporter James Lambert sat down with the SGA President and Vice President and talked about constitutional changes that The Maroon broke last week. Also, a candidate was cut from the SGA Presidential Elections. James Lambert anchors.
This week, a CNN Political Strategist talks to students about how she got started in politics. Monroe Hall is not certified as an environmentally friendly building and the National Pan Hellenic Council hosted a series of events. Diana Mirfiq reports the new musical, “The Money Box” which will premiere today. Micah discusses world news. Micah Hebert anchors.
Laissez Les Bons Temps Rouler! We asked students what parades they want to see as New Orleans kicks off Mardi Gras. Micah tells you the top 5 things you didn’t know about Mardi Gras and Olivia discusses krewes, throws and carnival culture. Ashley Irvin anchors.
The Baltimore Ravens take on the San Francisco 49ers right here in New Orleans this Sunday at Super Bowl XLVII. Students discuss their excitement while James Lambert gives us his commentary on New Orleans hosting this huge event. Don Weaver and Alex Davis talk about volunteering at the game this Sunday and Olivia Lueckemeyer gets us excited for the 2013 halftime show. Ashley Irvin anchors.
President Barack Obama was inaugurated for the second time on Martin Luther King Day. James Lambert comments and Micah Hebert predicts what President Obama may focus on in the future. The Student Government Association changes the student organization budget allocations process. The Black Student Union honors Martin Luther King Jr. through their service and commitment to social justice since 1969.
Dr. Cathy Rogers wins a prestigious statewide educator award, ResLife speaks about resident assistant recruitment and Delta Sigma Theta, one of the first African-American sororities turns 100. Pack News also kicked off the new year with political analyst, Micah Hebert. Ashley Irvin anchors.
PackNews coverage of the pep rally held before the Battle of Ferret Street, which ended with a Loyola loss (57-69); Tulane student allegedly robbed in the 900 block of Cherokee; the premiere of the Lower Depths Theatre production of 'El Nogalar'; Tips from Alumna Amy Collins on how to manage a career in Public Relations; and a local chef's efforts for bring awareness to the child hunger with a benefit dinner for No Kid Hungry.