Business college seeks new slogan
LAFAYETTE — The B.I. Moody III College of Business Administration has launched a slogan competition challenging students, faculty and staff members at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette to pitch slogans that could be used to market the college and its programs.
“This competition allows the creativity of our students, faculty and staff across the UL-Lafayette campus to capture the spirit of the remarkable programs Moody College of Business offers,” Dean Joby John said in a news release.
John will serve on the selection committee that will determine the winners. Potential prizes include a total of $1,500 in retail gift certificates to Best Buy, with $500 for first place.
The deadline for online slogan submissions is 6 p.m. Sept. 17.
For more information and a list of guidelines and rules or to submit an original slogan idea, visit: business.louisiana.edu/slogancompetition.
Forum on black families set Saturday
LAFAYETTE — The State of Greater Black Lafayette presents a forum on “The State of the Black Family” from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday at the Clifton Chenier Center, 220 W. Willow St.
The free event will feature a panelist of educators, social workers and attorneys who will discuss issues of concern for families.
For more information, contact Susannah Malbreaux at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Compiled by Acadiana Advocate staff