The Statehouse Bureau of the LSU Manship School of Mass Communication brings journalism and political communication students—the thought leaders of our future—to the front of the line, covering Louisiana politics and the Legislature, interviewing politicians and delivering real-time news. In just three years, the Statehouse Bureau has produced 1,000 stories for more than 40 media outlets across the state and nationally. Its stories have been picked up by Politico, USA Today and National Public Radio.
Five students from the LSU E. J. Ourso College of Business were among those selected for Securities America’s Link to the Future scholarship which will enable them to attend the organization’s national conference to be held in New Orleans, June 3-6.
A graduation ceremony was held Thursday, May 17, at the Lod Cook Hotel and Convention Center at LSU, to recognize those who completed the LSU Paralegal Studies Program in 2018.
Members of the media may be interested in contacting LSU experts for comment or analysis throughout the 2018 hurricane season.
In April, LSU Campus Life, a department within the Office of the Dean of Students, awarded Love Purple Live Gold Awards for 16 categories out of 144 total applications for outstanding achievements during the 2017-18 academic year.
LSU alumna Rebecca Williams has traveled the United States by train, plane and bus. Since graduating from LSU in 2006, she has been on the road and in charge of the costumes for some of the country's biggest productions.
Upon invitation by the Amis du Louvre, LSU art history professor Darius A. Spieth will present research on Jean-Baptiste Pierre Lebrun at the Louvre Museum in Paris, France on May 28.
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