Students produced two primary publications: The Vermilion and L’Acadien.
The Vermilion has been the University’s student newspaper since 1904. It’s distributed on Wednesdays during the fall, spring and summer semesters, with the exception of major holidays and semester breaks. Articles are also posted online.
The Vermilion provides its readers with coverage of campus and community current events, Ragin’ Cajuns sports, and student and faculty activities. It also offers editorials and commentaries and carries advertisements.
L’Acadien is the University’s yearbook. First published in 1912, it chronicles each academic year. Its staff is composed of students who write and edit copy, contribute photographs, and handle graphic design. Contact L’Acadien via phone (337) 482-6961 or email.
Volumes of L’Acadien are available for review at Edith Garland Dupré Library on campus.