LSU in the News
Louisiana State University has announced commitments totaling $245 million over 10 years from Our Lady of the Lake and LCMC Health to help transform health care in the state.
Colleges hired a greater share of Black and other nonwhite leaders in the months after Black Lives Matter became a household term than they did before, Inside Higher Ed analysis shows. Is the shift meaningful, and will it last?
Louisiana State University has hired the state revenue secretary as its chief administrative officer, starting Tuesday.
After Hurricane Ida slammed into the Louisiana coast in August 2021, it took more than 100 lives and cost billions of dollars in damage. To some here, the storm was just one more justification for a desperate measure to preserve the coast by intentionally flooding parts of the state.
Daily Mail: You are more likely to be attacked by a shark during a full moon, bizarre new study finds
Forget werewolves, it's ocean predators you have to worry about during a full moon, according to a new study. The research, titled Shark Side of the Moon: Are Shark Attacks Related to Lunar Phase?, found an increase in shark attacks when the moon is brighter.
Rachel Balkovec is aware of the negativity in her social media feeds and tries to leave it there. Her sisters see it, too, and can’t help but pass along certain disparaging reactions to her barrier-breaking journey.
Before Dr. Roland Mitchell, dean for LSU’s College of Human Sciences & Education (LSU CHSE), became an administrator, he worked on campus as an instructor while he finished his dissertation. He picked an inauspicious time to arrive.