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Spring 2019 Commencement marked by several milestones

A total of 1,786 degrees were awarded during the UL Lafayette’s 161st Commencement ceremonies Friday at the Cajundome and Convention Center.

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'Grit' carries first-gen grad from Breaux Bridge to Brooklyn Bridge

Accounting graduate Zach Wells earned acceptance into Columbia Law School, an Ivy League institution that’s among the nation’s top 5 for legal studies.

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Graduate student sets his own pace in pursuit of dual master’s degrees

Jacob LeBlanc, the Outstanding Master’s Graduate for the Spring 2019 semester, earned two master’s degrees in the time most grad students complete one.

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A new host of students will be serving on the Student Government Association at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette during the upcoming semester.

These students and their hometowns include:

Arnaudville: Amanda Latiolais, president, Education; Katherine Stelly, senator, Liberal Arts; Daniel Mayard, senator, Business Administration;

Atlanta, Ga.: Theo Stripling, senator, Nursing;

Broussard: Katie Falcon, senator, Education;

Carencro: Mindy Boudreaux, senator, Liberal Arts; Ramon Boudreaux, president, Engineering;

Eunice: Conan Moody, senator, Sciences;

Houston, Texas: Ashley Serrett, senator, Nursing;

Kaplan: Shannon Buller, senator, Business Administration;

Lafayette: Jerry Babb, senator, Engineering; Cody Bertrand, senator, General Studies; Mallory Broussard, senator, Arts; Megan Broussard, senator, Liberal Arts; Patrick Broussard, senator, Engineering; Leslie Clark, senator, Liberal Arts; Katie Dallas, president, Business Administration; Corey Gros, president, General Studies; Erin Hawkins, president, Arts; Katie Hitchcock, senator, Liberal Arts; Elise Landry, senator, General Studies; Sarah Lemaire, senator, Education; Sarah Molbert, senator, Business Administration; Matt Nguyen, senator, Sciences; Chris Orillion, senator, Arts; Katie Patin, senator, Education; Claire Pettit, SGA president; Neil Pettit, senator, Business Administration; Phillip Prouet, senator, Sciences; and Megan Roman, senator, Engineering;

Maurice: Joshua “Ernie” Perrodin, SGA vice president;

Morgan City: Jamey Arnette, senator, Liberal Arts;

Natchitoches: Caleb Williams, senator, Sciences;

New Iberia: Lindsey Dees, president, Nursing; Grant Guidry, senator, Sciences; Erin Legg, senator, Graduate School; and Shawntel Smith, senator, Nursing;

Opelousas: Matthew Billodeaux, senator, Business Administration; Laura Brownlee, senator, Liberal Arts; Lori Gautreaux, president, Sciences; and Mark Muller, senator, Business Administration;

Rayne: Scott Miller, president, Graduate School;

St. Martinville: Steven David, senator, Business Administration; Danielle St. Julien, president, Liberal Arts; and Rayna Wiltz, senator, Business Administration;

Scott: Amber Rourk, senator, Nursing;

Slidell: Sierra Dee, senator, Arts; Ashley Sanders, SGA treasurer;

Thibodaux: Justin Benoit, senator, Liberal Arts;

Youngsville: Jessica Hebert, senator, Education.