October 15, 2012
Tiger Band makes 5-year old’s dream come true
While the LSU football team and Tiger fans have been gearing up for this game all week, one little boy from Baton Rouge has been holding out all summer. Saturday, the Golden Band from Tigerland made one this kid's lifelong dream come true.
Econ professor predicts strong economic forecast for Houma-Thibodaux
An economic expert foresees strong growth in the Lafayette and Houma-Thibodaux areas over the next two years.
New LSU facility touted
Gov. Bobby Jindal on Thursday said LSU’s newly opened $34 million Chemistry and Materials Science Building was a first-rate teaching and research facility that should attract students and faculty from around the world.
LSU opens $34M Chemistry and Materials Science Building
Greater Baton Rouge Business Report
Gov. Bobby Jindal cut the ribbon today on LSU's new 85,000-square-foot, $34 million Chemistry and Materials Science Building, saying it "will provide a world-class learning and teaching environment that will draw students, faculty and researchers from Louisiana and around the world."
People in Business for Oct. 14, 2012
William Holman, of Baton Rouge General Medical Center, has been elected chairman of the Capital Area American Heart Association/American Stroke Association board of directors.
Business Honors for Oct. 14, 2012
Jennifer Fowler, business counselor for the Louisiana Business and Technology Center at LSU and the director of the LBTC’s LSU Student Incubator, earned the Certified Incubator Manager designation from the National Business Incubation Association.
“Spotlight” column for Oct. 15, 2012
Six downtown museums open for some special shopping: Louisiana Art & Science Museum, LSU Museum of Art, the Old Governor’s Mansion, State Museum, Old State Capital and the USS Kidd Veterans Memorial & Museum.