Summer may have just started, but LeTourneau students, alumni, faculty and family members have already been to camp! The 2013 Hootenanny was hosted by “counselors” Matt Barr, Kelsey Carter, Jen Holland, Joshua Littauer, Laura McKinstry, Charles Mosiman, Alysa Nash, Mark Rowe, and Daniel Wilson. Acts included humorous skits and stand-up comedy but also showcased unique (and sometimes previously undiscovered) student [...]
Recently the Pennsylvania Hall’s 3rd floor Paladins declared on the Campus Bullet that they were embarking on a new “quest.” A quest that many LeTourneau students embark on, but far too few ever successfully complete. The most noble quest, for female companionship – kind of. Penn3 is seeking a “cousin floor,” as opposed to the [...]
Barely three months after it began, progress on the Anna Lee and Sidney Allan Family Student Center (kudos to anyone with a good nickname for this mouthful!) continues right on schedule. Every day students witness the changing landscape of its construction site (progress can be viewed live here). Every LeTourneau student probably knows that a strong house is started [...]
After hard and long days, a few sleepless nights, a couple shots of coffee (daily), an unhealthy dose of early mornings, a disheartening dollop of less-than-perfect-grades, and a miserly scoop of free-time, most students are ready for a break: in this case, Spring Break. Its glorious promise of free-time, sleep, family, friends, and, well, more [...]
In this narrative describing life at a future LeTourneau University, Derek Hoyt explores the idea of a work-study engineering program that views college as a time of personal formation, not just the acquisition of information. What would it look like if the pursue of a degree was not the only goal of school, but was [...]
QuinnInquiry is the YellowJacket student advice column hosted by a LeTourneau IMPACT leader. We hope you send in further questions to our Ask/Submit Page for Quinn to answer! Dear Quinn, I know that I want to do something significant next year and I feel that IMPACT may be the way to do that. I [...]
YellowJacket web designer and reporter Jerome Wooten-Dockery offers his thoughts on “Warm Bodies,” giving an overall rating of 3.5 / 5. Have a movie in mind that you would like the YellowJacket to review? Want to contribute a guest article or video yourself? Email Carly Robinson@letu.edu with your ideas!
A person does not have to be at LeTourneau University for very long in order to learn that sports are an important part of campus life. Apart from the school athletic program and intramurals, various clubs also offer sports such as rugby, futsal, parkour, and archery. While all of these clubs have interesting backgrounds, that [...]
Robinson, Koreis win President & VP, YAC Presidential Race Sent to Runoff Update: Avery Cheeley wins runoff election for YAC President Last week, LeTourneau students chose their executive cabinet leaders for the 2013-2014 school year. Carly Robinson, editor-in-chief of The YellowJacket, completed a vigorous campaign by winning the position of Student Body President, beating out [...]
Distribution of the 2011 Longview AT&T Real Yellow Pages to over 127,000 of East Texas homes and businesses is now almost complete, and it features the LeTourneau University’s men’s basketball team on its front cover.