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August 27, 2013

08/27/2013 12:00 AM

Fall semester kicks off at LSU
The first day of school can be rough for some students, but at LSU, there is always some form of entertainment to make the transition a little easier.

Alexander frequents D.C. to see advisors
The Daily Reveille
Although LSU president F. King Alexander has moved to Baton Rouge, he’s making a home for himself in Washington, D.C.

Baton Rouge named new economic hotspot
The Daily Reveille
Baton Rouge is climbing the ranks of entrepreneurial cities, and the Louisiana Business and Technology Center has given it an advantage over the competition.

LSU Parking Director: Plenty of parking on campus
The traffic, on the roads and the sidewalks, is back at LSU. Monday marked the first day of classes for Louisiana's flagship university.

Atikinson Hall updates to become ADA compliant
The Daily Reveille
Although the University’s School of Architecture in Atkinson Hall doesn’t currently have any disabled students, it is in violation of the Americans with Disabilities Act.

Tuition, fee bill increases explained
The Daily Reveille
Students may wish they spent a little less money at bars this summer, as they are once again welcomed back to campus with an increase in tuition and student fees.

New professors in architecture schools reinforce focus on environment
The Daily Reveille
While the University’s College of Art and Design will greet its typical cluster of recent high school graduates, it will also welcome a second group of freshmen: five new architecture professors and two new landscape architecture professors.