August 1, 2014
Experts: U.S. health care system well-prepared for Ebola
It's not the type of plane either Kent Brantly or Nancy Writebol likely planned to take home.
LSU scholarship honors memory of political writer John Maginnis
The widow of John Maginnis, the Louisiana political columnist who died in May at age 66, has established a scholarship in his name at the Manship School of Mass Communication at Louisiana State University, which Maginnis attended.
BR firm to launch first scheduling platform connecting patients with dentists
Greater Baton Rouge Business Report
Baton Rouge-based LocalMed, which got its start in the LSU Student Incubator in 2011 and is a former Louisiana Business & Technology Center tenant, is set to launch in September a scheduling platform for patients to find and book dentist appointments online, the LBTC announced today.
Museum brings sports art to Baton Rouge
The Daily Reveille
The LSU Museum of Art is opening a new exhibit entitled, “LeRoy Neiman: Action!,” celebrating the life and works of famed sports artist LeRoy Neiman.