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October 24, 2013

10/24/2013 12:00 AM

LSU researchers develop formula to rank violent criminals
The Advocate
LSU researchers have developed a formula to rank the Capital City’s most violent criminals, assigning them a composite score to show police where their resources are being drained.

IBM project spurs 60 percent jump in enrollment in LSU's computer science program
Big Blue could end up being very, very good for LSU.

Reveille Rebels: Reveille Seven’s clash with Huey P. Long leaves lasting legacy
The Daily Reveille
It was 1934. Stanley Shlosman and his best friends were seniors on the cusp of graduating from Louisiana State University.

Manship School celebrates 100 years
The Daily Reveille
As the Manship School of Mass Communication’s journalism program kicks off its 100th birthday year, the school will look back on its past as well as looking ahead to the future of media.

LSU Ceramics
Country Roads Magazine
LSU’s football team isn’t the only university program consistently ranked in the top ten.

EnvironMentors give back to community through science and outdoor adventure
The Daily Reveille
A group of 14 science-loving Scotlandville Magnet High School students are getting the chance to hone their skills and shape their minds.

Books, Bouquets & Bridal Gowns: Students balance marriage with school
The Daily Reveille
Many college students’ weekly responsibilities consist of grocery shopping, doing laundry, going to class and studying for exams.

Uncommon Thread gives aspiring designers ‘Carte Blanche’ to create fashion statements
The Advocate
The dress with the 2,000 plates won.

Our Views: Colleges fuel tech growth
The Advocate
The upsides of the growing IBM Services Center in Baton Rouge include the company’s commitment to the education and training of more computer science graduates.