Bravo TV Personality and Entrepreneur Craig Conover Kicks Off Book Tour at LSU's Business Education Complex
TV Personality and Sewing Down South Co-Founder Craig Conover Kicked Off his Book Tour at LSU's Business Education Complex
Racism Experienced by BIPOC Consumers, Employees to be Unpacked in Next Episode of LSU Reilly Center’s Racism Series
The next installment of LSU Reilly Center for Media & Public Affairs’ Racism: Dismantling the System series, “Is the Customer Always Right? Discrimination Experienced by BIPOC Consumers,” will take place Tuesday, Feb. 22, at 3:30 p.m. CT. The episode will give insight on how companies handle racism that their consumers and employees experience.
Preparations are underway for the demolition of Kirby Smith Hall - a storied residence hall on LSU's campus - with a controlled implosion the morning of Saturday, June 4, 2022.
The LSU Libraries Special Collections will house the over 800 items previously owned by book collector and dealer Wyatt Houston Day.
LSU was honored by the Arbor Day Foundation with 2021 Tree Campus Higher Education recognition for its commitment to effective urban forest management. The university has received the Tree Campus USA designation 10 years in a row.
Just one year ago this month, the southern U.S. suffered a hard freeze, leaving millions of people in Texas without power while also causing flooding to homes from busted pipes. As a result, 246 people died.
The LSU Foundation Board of Directors has named LSU alumnus Rhoman Hardy of Baton Rouge to a four-year term as director.
LSU biologist Naohiro Kato develops solutions to reduce plastic in the environment.
The LSU Office of Innovation & Technology Commercialization has welcomed a new director, Alex Valiaev.
LSU Athletics and Our Lady of the Lake have formed a historic sports medicine partnership to elevate and enhance the department’s elite student-athlete health and wellness efforts.
LSU announced today that Our Lady of the Lake and LCMC Health have committed to investing $245 million in LSU over the next 10 years to transform healthcare in Louisiana.
On Feb. 11, LSU President William F. Tate IV will announce an effort focused on elevating Louisiana and backed by a nine-figure philanthropic investment in LSU, Louisiana's flagship university. The donors and leadership from the university, LSU Foundation and Tiger Athletic Foundation will share comments and respond to media questions.
LSU faculty experts are available for media interviews about the Mardi Gras history and traditions.
The Eric Voegelin Institute will present a five-part series of talks this semester on "Who Was Eric Voegelin, and What Did He Think?" Hosted by Institute Director James Stoner, the talks will be given by experts on Voegelin's thought from around North America and will be streamed via Zoom.
LSU Manship School Senior’s Social Change Reporting Wins Top 20 Place in Hearst Television Features Competition
LSU Manship School of Mass Communication senior Allison Kadlubar is among the top 20 winners in the Television Features Competition of the 2021-2022 Hearst Journalism Awards Program.