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For more information, call 797-5061 or visit www.lsus.edu. Honoring the commitment to education of its founders, James S. and Ruth Herring Noel, the Noel Foundation's Board of Directors have announced their recent decision to increase scholarship funding for students attending LSUS.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
The Huffington Post
Richer White People In Greater Baton Rouge Seek To Secede From Poorer Black Neighbors
In what began as a push to set up an independent public school district, the Village St. George community in Louisiana has now gathered almost half the signatures necessary to become its own city.
Andrew Young will be the featured speaker at Georgia Southern University's 2014 MLK Celebration.
The annual celebration to commemorate the birthday of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. is sponsored by the Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs and Enrollment Management and the university's Multicultural Student Center.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Ron Kirk to Speak at Austin College of Legal & Political Career
On-location, commercial photography business, specializing in exterior property and group shots.
Sun Dec 01, 2013
The Modesto Bee
News and Notes
To help the Modesto Irrigation District's three newly elected board members learn more about it, the staff will offer a series of orientation workshops.
Photo of the Day: Southern University marching band
The Southern University Marching Band plays at the halftime show during the Bayou Classic at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans on Saturday, November 30, 2013.
How about an early Christmas present?
It's been a process taking longer than it should have, but now we are down to the final stages, and everything looks to be in order for Northwestern State University in Natchitoches to become the next college in Louisiana able to offer a doctor of nursing practice degree.
Sat Nov 30, 2013
Southern goes international
Southern University joined the ranks of Harvard, Princeton, Ohio State and a number of other prestigious universities this week with the opening of an international recruiting office.
Fri Nov 29, 2013
WWL-TV New Orleans
Battle of the Bands kicks off Bayou Classic weekend
The bands from Southern University and Grambling University take to the field as the Battle of the Band tradition continues.
Southern board looks back at the year during Bayou Classic meeting
Meeting in New Orleans as part of the Bayou Classic week of events, the board moved without discussion its routine business, including short presentations on the system's finances and upcoming construction projects.
St. Helena proposes academy approach with its elementary and high schools
St. Helena Parish is aiming to convert its elementary and high schools into academies that would refocus the curricula at both schools, the parish's superintendent said.
Southern University Board reelects chairwoman, vice chairman
Bridget Dinvaut, left, has been reelected chairwoman and Rev. Joe Gant has been reelected vice-chairman of the Southern University Board of Supervisors.
New Video: Cole Swindell
Bronwood, Georgia's Cole Swindell, a country singer and songwriter who often adds hip-hop touches to his songs, was a member of the same Sigma Chi fraternity at Georgia Southern University as fellow Georgian Luke Bryan, the two often playing shows together, and after Bryan made his move to Nashville... MORE
Thu Nov 28, 2013
Houston braves cold to lend a hand, enjoy a parade
Thanksgiving celebrations and selflessness sent many people out to brave one of the coldest holidays in recent memory to serve a meal for those in need, or watch a parade that needed its own contribution to maintain a tradition.
The Macon Telegraph
Warner Robins native is new Public Works director
George Brannen, a city employee, stood in the foyer of City Hall with the rest of his colleagues who couldn’t find seats in the council chambers.
Battle of Bands culminates after long hours of drill
Every autumn, the members of director Larry Pannell's marching band report to Grambling State University and begin long hours of drills, exercise and rehearsals.
The Washington Post
Grambling's stormy season comes to merciful end
In this Sept. 8, 2012, file photo, Grambling State coach Doug Williams yells from the sideline during an NCAA college football game against TCU in Fort Worth, Texas.
New Orleans, other cities push for tourist dollars
Communities around the state - from New Orleans to Natchitoches - are counting on tourism in the final few weeks of the year to boost local businesses and generate tax revenue.
Tue Nov 26, 2013
Northeast Lakeview College presidential finalist named
Northeast Lakeview College , the youngest of the five Alamo Colleges campuses, has likely found its next leader in Craig Follins, currently president of Olive-Harvey College, one of the City Colleges of Chicago.
Hospital board includes EWE cohort
A member of the board that will oversee former public hospitals in Shreveport and Monroe was among 61 unindicted co-conspirators in Edwin W. Edwards' 2000 gambling racketeering trial.