Cardinals ink 10 on early signing day

Lamar University signed four high school standouts to National Letters of Intent and added six junior college transfers announced LU head coach Mike Schultz at a press conference Wednesday morning in the Dauphin Athletics Complex. The 2018-19 season marks the second year the NCAA allowed an early signing period for high school seniors in the … Continue reading Cardinals ink 10 on early signing day


A Call to care

Hamza addresses Syrian crisis in Distinguished Faculty Lecture M.K Hamza, professor of clinical mental health counseling, presented “When the World Stopped Caring,” the 2018 Lamar University Distinguished Faculty Lecture, Tuesday, in the University Theatre. The lecture aims to bring attention to the ongoing crisis in Syria, and the effects of Human Devastation Syndrome, especially on … Continue reading A Call to care

Fantastic fantasy gameplay

‘Deltarune’ outshines predecessor ‘Undertale’ “In this universe, your choices don’t matter.” This statement is made in “Deltarune” right after you make your character and have it subsequently tossed into the garbage. It is the in-universe successor to the popular 2015 game “Undertale.” “Deltarune,” developed by Toby Fox, is a top-down RPG about pacifism and friends … Continue reading Fantastic fantasy gameplay