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Black History Month 2016

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In memory of Donna T. Auzenne - first African American female graduate in Petroleum Engineering

In memory of Donna T. Auzenne - first African American female graduate in Petroleum Engineering

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‘Difference makers’ to give guidance at Women’s Leadership Conference

The owner of two professional sports franchises, an internationally renowned body language expert and an NBA coach w

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Meet first-gen grad and future school counselor Dylan Hebert, '20

Dylan Hebert didn't see himself attending college, but his high school teachers encouraged him to try — and he was surprised to find that he loved UL Lafayette.

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February is Black History Month! To celebrate, several student organizations at UL Lafayette have come together for a month-long series of events for the campus and surrounding community. Follow the UL Lafayette Campus Diversity Facebook page and our University calendar for more information about the scheduled events on campus throughout the month. Add your voice to the online conversation about  and use the hashtag ‪#‎OurBlackIsBeautifUL‬ to add your voice to the conversation.

UL Lafayette Black History Month event schedule:
Feb 3: "Good Hair: Know Your Roots" Forum (BWLA & SAW)
Feb 11: "Black and Successful: Keys to Success" Forum (BMLA)
Feb 16: "Hidden Colors" Film Showing (UPC)
Feb 17: "Bridge the Gap" Forum (ASA)
Feb 18: "Black Girls Rock" Open Mic Night (PULL)
Feb 22: ‪#‎PWIProblems‬ (NPHC)
Feb 22-27: NAACP Week (NAACP)
Feb 29: Blackout March (BMLA)

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