Cameron Ott

Assistant Producer

Cameron is originally from West Monroe, LA and currently a student at the University of Louisiana at Monroe. He is a double-major in Political Science and Spanish with a minor in History, and plans on pursuing a career in international law.

In his free time, he loves to stay involved on campus by competing on ULM’s nationally recognized Mock Trial team, representing the student body as a member of SGA, and singing with the university choir. He also serves the University’s Honors Program as Treasurer and represented the group countless times for incoming freshman. 

When he is not on campus, he enjoys following politics, studying language, reading classic literature, and creating playlists of the best music for his morning commutes.

Starr Homeplace is hosting their monthly Community Day this Saturday, September 14th in Oakridge, LA. The Community Day will feature classes with local artists and farmers including poets, oil painters, and corn grinders. The event will begin at 8 a.m. that Saturday morning and last throughout the day. Starr Homeplace is located on 5317 Highway 133 N, Oak Ridge, LA 71264, just north of Rayville.

The Northeast Louisiana Food Bank is hosting a number of events during National Hunger Awareness Month in order to raise money for providing meals and other services to those less fortunate and educating the public on the problem of hunger in our area. The Food Bank will hold three separate fundraisers throughout September to achieve their goal.

The ULM Softball team is hosting their very first comedy night called ‘Ha-Ha’ Night with the Hawks at 7p.m. on September 14th, 2019. The event will take place at ULM’s Student Union Building in the second floor Sub-Ballroom on 700 University Avenue, Monroe, LA, and will feature hilarious comedy acts and a delicious dinner.

The NELA Delta African American Museum in partnership with Chennault Aviation & Military Museum is hosting NELA Remembers 9/11 in remembrance of all first responders who lost their lives in this tragic attack. The event will be held at 8 a.m. on September 11th in NELA’s new Delta African American Heritage Museum. The museum is located at 1051 Chennault Park Drive in Monroe, LA, and the public and students are all invited to attend.

It is that time of year again for Northeast Louisiana’s annual Ouachita Water Sweep and Ouachita Green and other participating organizations need your help. The clean-up will take place on September 7th from 9 a.m. - 12 p.m. at a number of locations.