In session today, the proposed breakaway school district in East Baton Rouge Parish is moving forward at the Capitol.
The Southeastern Community School District would take thousands of students out of EBR Parish schools.
Bill banning smoking on all Louisiana college campuses may become law
Universities across the state could soon be putting stronger smoke-free policies in place if a proposed law passes through the legislature.
Incoming LSU President and Chancellor F. King Alexander was honored, along with three other Long Beach community leaders, with the California Conference for Equality and Justice, or CCEJ, Humanitarian Award on Wednesday, May 15.
LSU junior Logan de La Barre-Hays, a native of Jackson, Miss., has been awarded a U.S. Department of State Critical Language Scholarship, or CLS, to study a critical language during the summer of 2013.
Bernette J. Johnson, the first African-American Chief Justice of the Louisiana Supreme Court, will be the commencement speaker when 714 Southern University students receive their diplomas at the 2013 spring commencement ceremony.