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What My First Year at LSU Taught Me

Tori Landry is from Albany, LA and is a freshman majoring in Mass Communication with a concentration in public relations. Tori is an LSU Ambassador and will serve as one of LSU’s Orientation Leaders during FOAP 2017 this summer. 387 more words

Frog City RV Park

Well, it’s time for an update. I know it’s been awhile since our last post but it’s not for lack of trying. I typed up an awesome blog post with tons of pictures from our recent stays at Harvest Host locations, scheduled it to post, waited for it to post, realized that the entry didn’t post OR save, got mad, decided to punish WordPress for it’s sins, and gave up. 238 more words


Overnight and Amid Death Threats, Workers Remove 1st of 4 Confederate Monuments in New Orleans

In the dark of night, workers wearing masks and tactical vests arrived Monday at New Orleans’ Battle of Liberty Place monument to take it down. 732 more words


New Orleans: Bypassing Forts Jackson and St. Philip

April 24, 1862 – Flag Officer David G. Farragut’s Federal warships made their daring attempt to move up the Mississippi River, bypass Forts Jackson and St. 1,573 more words


VIDEO: The bat flip and strut after a walk-off grand slam was even more impressive than the hit itself

12-10 bottom of the seventh. bases loaded. walk off GRAND SLAM @benbergeron_ @SportsCenter pic.twitter.com/I589j4F8xs

— mickey armstrong (@mickarmstrong6) April 20, 2017

When Ben Bergeron got the pitch he was looking for, he didn’t wait He let it fly.

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New Orleans Begins To Remove Confederate Statues While Other States Celebrate Confederate Memorial Day

Despite the advances of 2016, the state-sponsored occurrence of Confederate States of America memorabilia deemed historically and culturally significant — despite their possibly being inherently racist — remains a problem for southern America. 331 more words

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