Louisiana State University & Baton Rouge

Louisiana State University and Agricultural and Mechanical College, most often referred to as Louisiana State University, or LSU, is a public coeducational university located in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Baton Rouge (French: Bâton-Rouge ; Choctaw: Itta Homma; red stick ) is the capital of the U.S. 5.0/5

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He's from Baton Rouge, Louisiana. My guess is he goes to Louisiana State University, according to his bio.
His name is Brendan Wilks, he lives in Baton Rouge and he goes to Louisiana State University. Make s…
Dr. Koder returned to Northwest Louisiana and rejoined Willis Knighton Health System in March 2013 after practicing for 17 years in North Carolina. He holds an undergraduate degree from Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge and earned his medical degree from LSU School of Medicine in New Orleans. During his educational years he received numerous academic from organizations in which he participated. He completed a residence at LSU Health Sciences Center, Shreveport in 1993. Demonstrating a strong interest in sinus and allergy issues, he participated in a presentation, “Correlation of MRI and CT in the evaluation of Sinus Abnormalities.” Dr. Koder is licensed by the Louisiana Board of Medical Examiners and is a board certified Diplomat of the American Board of Otolaryngology and is a Fellow of the American Academy of Otolaryngology- Head and Neck Surgery. In addition to general otolaryngology, his specialty interests include allergy and sinus disease, endoscopic sinus surgery and balloon sinuplasty. ...
I'm going to at Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge, LA - Nov 8
Municipal Auditorium (New Orleans)From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search Municipal Auditorium in 2008The Morris F.X. Jeff, Sr. Municipal Auditorium is a 7,853-seat multi-purpose arena in New Orleans, Louisiana, and a component of the New Orleans Cultural Center, alongside the Mahalia Jackson Theater of the Performing Arts.[1] It is located in the Tremé neighborhood in Louis Armstrong Park near Congo Square. The arena opened in 1930.[2] It was constructed by the contractor George A. Caldwell, who also designed nine buildings on the Louisiana State University campus in Baton Rouge and three parish courthouses. It has hosted many concerts and events, perhaps being best known as the site of many of the New Orleans Mardi Gras krewe balls. It hosted the New Orleans Buccaneers of the American Basketball Association in 1969 and 1970 and also hosted the New Orleans Jazz basketball team, during its inaugural 1974-1975 season, before the team moved to the Louisiana Superdome. The arena wa ...
Program This Week Cpl. Jeremy Blunt NGLA Youth Challenge Program Mr. Jeremy L. Blunt is a graduate of Glen Oaks Senior High School in Baton Rouge. He is the Co-director and Pastor of the Youth, College, and Young Adult Ministry at Greater King David Baptist Church. Over the past decade, Jeremy has been active in offering spiritual and relationship guidance to people of all ages and backgrounds. He has written and copyrighted stage plays and is preparing to release his first book entitled “Self, I Need Help.” He has been a member of the Louisiana National Guard for the past sixteen years assigned to the 1021st Detachment 2 Engineering Company in Gonzales, Louisiana. He attended Louisiana State University for English and presently attends HOPE Bible Institute for Theology. He is an advocate for service and continued education. He has worked for the Louisiana National Guard Youth Challenge Program for the past 10 years and considers it one of the most rewarding experiences of his life. The passion, energ ...
I'd like to thank Louisiana State University for selling the parking spaces which vet students (on top of the 20-40k/yr we pay in tuition) pay $100/yr for in order to provide parking for their annual celebration of auto-tuned, intellectually shallow "country" music; the general public for parking obviously illegally and boxing in all of said veterinary students and faculty; and the city of Baton Rouge and its communications providers for not having the infrastructure to allow people to send a text or make a phone call during this debacle. I hope nobody needs emergency services anytime soon.
Only question left to answer is whether Louisiana State University and Agricultural and Mechanical College in Baton Rouge makes the NIT
Leah Hoffpauir, a twenty nine year old student at Louisiana State University-Eunice and Crowley, Louisiana resident, was crowned “Ms. Wheelchair Louisiana 2014” in a ceremony which took place at the Baton Rouge Rehabilitation Hospital in Baton Rouge, Louisiana on Sunday February 9th. Ms. Hoffpauir and one other accomplished Louisiana woman who uses a wheelchair competed in the Ms. Wheelchair Louisiana program’s inaugural pageant. Contestants were judged on accomplishments since the onset of their disability, ability to relate to the media and general public, self-perception and projection, poise, and personal appearance.
*** BLACK HISTORY TRIVIA *** (2)... THIS MAN born February 1928 in New Orleans is an American rhythm and blues and rock and roll pianist and singer-songwriter. He released five gold (million-copy-selling) records before 1955. Living in the ninth ward of NewOrleans when Hurricane Katrina was approaching in August 2005 he chose to stay at home with his family, partly because of his wifes poor health. His house was in an area that was heavily flooded. After being rescued he and his family were taken to a Baton Rouge shelter, after which they were picked up by JaMarcus Russell, the former starting quarterback of the Louisiana State University football team and Oakland Raiders. He let this man family stay in his apartment. The Washington Post reported that on September 2, they had left Russell's apartment after sleeping three nights on the couch. President George W. Bush made a personal visit and replaced the National Medal of Arts that President Bill Clinton had previously awarded him. WHO IS HE ? and WHAT I ...
GULF FOOTNOTES •The Gulf of Mexico yields more finfish, shrimp, and shellfish annually than the south and mid-Atlantic, Chesapeake, and New England areas combined. •More than 400 species of shells can be found in the Gulf of Mexico. Gulf beaches are considered the best shelling beaches in North America. •The world’s longest man-made beach is located on the Mississippi Gulf Coast – 26 miles long. •The Mississippi River deposits more than 3.3 million gallons of water into the Gulf every second. •The Mississippi River contributes more than 90 percent of the fresh water entering the Gulf. • Bottlenose dolphins are the most common dolphin species in the Gulf and are estimated to number up to 45,000. •Indian mounds on the campus of Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge were built 450 years before the first Egyptian pyramid. •On a 1699 expedition, Pierre le Moyne and his brother Jean Baptiste le Moyne found an area on high bluffs along the Mississippi River. In their diaries, they tell of ...
Greetings fellow Kiwanians, Our meeting on Tuesday will feature Ronnie Rantz, a former Louisiana State University pitcher and Minor League Baseball manager. Ronnie now works for L'Auberge Casino in Baton Rouge, which will be the focal topic of his presentation. Also, please remember that the Mid-Year Regional Conference will be held at the Ponchatoula Kiwanis Log Cabin on January 25th at 9 00 am. A sign up sheet will be passed around at our upcoming meeting. ~ Share your K
In 1964, when the British Invasion was in progress and American rockers were tough to find on the U.S. pop charts, Johnny Rivers was one of the first to regain a foothold; his first Top 10 record came right in the midst of Beatlemania. His formula was much the same as the British style vintage American  rock n' roll and R&B played with a verve and simplicity that gave his music a contemporary edge. Over the next four years his funky, go-go rock gave him a steady stream of Top 10 records. His first record came when, against the advice of the record company, he abruptly switched gears and began cutting ballads.   The southern tone in much of Rivers' music was authentic. John Henry Ramistella was born November 7, 1942, in New York City. When he was about five, his father wound up out of work. The Ramistella's moved to Baton Rouge, Louisiana, where an uncle, head of the Louisiana State University art department, got John's dad work painting houses and antiquing furniture. John's first musical inspiration wa ...
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LSU is Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge. Mississippi State is in Starkville. And Chattanooga is in Tennessee.
Meet our PGY1s - Dr. John Imms. I grew up in New Orleans, attended Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge and...
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Texas-Christian University making a big statement against Louisiana State University and Agricultural and Mechanical College of Baton Rouge.
(This lost awesome unknown 45 came out in 1966.) John Fred Gourrier (May 8, 1941 – April 14, 2005), known by the stage name John Fred, was a blue-eyed soul, swamp pop, R&R and R&B performer from Baton Rouge, Louisiana, best known for the song, "Judy in Disguise (With Glasses)". His group, John Fred and the Playboys, was formed in 1956 when Fred was 15; their first hit single was in March, 1959's "Shirley". He appeared on Alan Freed's show, but when *** Clark asked him to sing on American Bandstand, Fred had to turn him down because he had to play in a basketball game. Fred played basketball and baseball at Louisiana State University and Southeastern Louisiana University. By 1967, the band was renamed John Fred & His Playboy Band and Fred and band member Andrew Bernard co-wrote "Judy in Disguise", whose name is a parodic play on the title of The Beatles' song "Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds". The song, issued by Louisiana-based Jewel Records on the Paula label, became successful, knocking another Beatles ...
I bought Matt a big bottle of champagne last night because we received some incredible news! Matt was offered and has accepted a job at Louisiana State University!!! We will be driving down, to my birthplace and homeland, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, bright and early on Saturday July 6th! Finally going home!!! I left to go to go to college at the University of Louisiana at Monroe in the fall of 2006 and little did I know I would move to Colorado the following spring to eventually pursue a degree in Equine Science and Business at Colorado State University, meet my future husband, move to Rhode Island, get married, and almost 7 years after moving away... Move back home! Sweet Southern comfort carry on. I've missed you my sweet South and I'm finally coming home!
“Chuck” Badie is a bassist best known for his “romping” style on such R&B hits as Jessie Hill’s Ooh Poo Poo Pa Doo, Ernie K-Doe’s Mother-In-Law, Barbara George’s I Know and Chris Kenner’s Something You Got. Badie got his professional start with a group called the Buccaneers that consisted of Earl Anderson, Oliver “Snow” Berry, Joe Tillman and others. After a stand at the Dew Drop Inn, Badie got the call to go on the road with Roy Brown (Good Rockin’ Tonight) from 1950 to 1952. Returning to New Orleans, Badie began playing with Paul Gayten’s band (which included saxophonist Lee Allen, guitarist Bill Jones, drummer Frankie Parker and trumpeter Jack Willis). That led to... See More Alvin Batiste is a clarinetist and jazz educator. After receiving his undergraduate degree from Southern University and his master’s degree from Louisiana State University (both in Baton Rouge, Louisiana), Batiste returned to Southern in 1969 to create the Jazz Institute. He also has served as artist-in-r ...
Morris Newton Abrams (November 30, 1919–December 11, 1975) was a Louisiana educator who specialized in the field of vocational education. Abrams was born in Winnfield, the seat of Winn Parish in north Louisiana, a son of William Charles Abrams (1889–1945) and the former Cora Bell Sowers (1892–1963). He was educated in the public schools in rural Sikes in Winn Parish. He thereafter received his Bachelor of Science, Master of Science, and Ph.D. from Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge. On February 1, 1941, Abrams married the former Minnie Louise DeLee (1919–2001) [2] of Clinton in East Feliciana Parish, one of the Louisiana Florida Parishes. Their children are Carolyn Sue Reece (born 1942), Marcia Diane Cox (born 1951), Doris Celeste Hay (born 1952), and Candice Louise Thibodeaux (born 1957). Abrams' first teaching assignment was at Friendship High School in the Friendship community of Bienville Parish. He soon moved to Winnfield High School, since Winnfield Senior High School, where he was a ...
In celebration of our 100 years on campus, Epsilon embarked on a project in 2009 to create a permanent and prominent gift to LSU. To date, $85,000 towards our goal of $100,000 has been raised through Epsilon alumnae, chapter members and friends of Epsilon. This summer, a new traffic circle will be built at Dalrymple and West Lakeshore Drive. It will include a large sign saying "Louisiana State University" and the 2 main posts will include dedication plaques to commemorate Epsilon's 100th anniversary and our distinction as the first sorority on LSU's campus along with a white rose garden. If you have not already contributed, please consider helping us reach our goal. You can contribute by: -Make a check payable to LSU Foundation- Dalrymple Gateway Project -Mail your check to: Mr. Jamie Segar, LSU Office of Student Life and Enrollment, 240 Thomas Boyd, Baton Rouge, LA 70803 Donations are tax deductible and corporate matching gift programs are encouraged. No gift is too small. Please consider giving $104- a ...
Samuel Andrew Hanna, Sr., known as Sam Hanna (August 13, 1933–January 15, 2006), [1] was a Louisiana journalist who owned and published three newspapers: The Concordia Sentinel in Ferriday, the Franklin Sun in Winnsboro, and The Ouachita Citizen in West Monroe. Hanna was born in Winnsboro, the seat of Franklin Parish, to Andrew and Elizabeth Hanna. An Eagle Scout in his youth, Hanna became a lifelong advocate of the Boy Scouts and later received the group's Silver Beaver Award. In 1951, he graduated from Winnsboro High School, since Franklin Parish High School. He then entered Louisiana State University at Baton Rouge on a band scholarship, having excelled at the trumpet, which he played in the LSU marching band. He sold advertising and served as the sports editor of the college newspaper, The Daily Reveille. He received his bachelor's degree in 1955. [2] Hanna launched his working career as a reporter at the Bastrop Daily Enterprise in Bastrop, the seat of Morehouse Parish north of Monroe. [3] In 1956, ...
The real Death Valley in Baton Rouge. Home of the Tigers. (Louisiana State University)
The Center for French and Francophone Studies at Louisiana State University is proud to present the Seventh Annual LSU Night of French Cinema: une nuit blanche à Baton Rouge! Now a well-established Center tradition, this all-night cinematic event returns to the Manship Theatre at the Shaw Center for the Arts in downtown Baton Rouge on Saturday, March 9, 2013 from 6:00 p.m. until dawn!
Climate change and lost wetlands - Naples Noted scientist to discuss disappearing wetlands Energy scarcity, climate change and lost wetlands endanger the long-term sustainability of the Mississippi River delta and basin, according to a leading expert in oceanography and coastal science who believes this will have repercussions for Florida Everglades restoration. John W. Day Jr., professor emeritus of the School of Coast and Environment at Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge, will discuss ecological engineering solutions in these critical areas during a public lecture at 7 p.m. Thursday, March 7, at the Harvey Kapnick Education and Research Center at the Naples Botanical Garden, 4940 Bayshore Drive. His presentation is part of the free “Moonlight on the Marsh” lecture series sponsored by Florida Gulf Coast University’s Everglades Wetland Research Park in Naples. The series features distinguished scientists from around the world sharing their expertise on renewable energy, nature conservation an ...
Wife of Ed Rollins: ROLLINS, Joan ColeAge 86 of Brentwood. A native of Shreveport, Louisiana, died on the 1st of March 2013. She retired from Belmont University in 1991 as an Administrative Assistant in the Office of Religious Affairs. She was a member of First Baptist Church for 44 years, where she served as Pastor's Secretary for 8 years, for then Pastor H. Franklin Paschall. She received her BA Degree from Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge, Louisiana and her Master of Religious Education degree from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth, TX. Preceded in death by Edward S. Rollins, her husband of 64 years; parents, Walter and Willie Mae Cole; sister, Willie Mae Burnham. Survivors include six children and their spouses, Deborah and Scott Linn, Robin and Seth Ritter, Mark and Kandy Rollins, James and Charlotte Rollins, Bill and Lisa Rollins, Amanda and Jon Bosaw; thirteen grandchildren, Alisa Linn Lane, Eric Linn, Heather Gerber, Zane Ritter, Joshua Rollins, Jonathan Rollins, Jer ...
At the age of 24... I lived in: Baton Rouge, Louisiana and Atlanta, Georgia I drove: a white F150 half ton 4x4 crew cab pickup truck - the vehicle love of my life! ;-) I worked: Louisiana State University, Phillip Morris, and Applebee's. I was a gipsy. ;-) I feared: my mortgage payments. (Yep, a gypsy who owned houses. And spent way too much time on DIY plumbing. ) Now, at the age of 29... (For 1 more week!) I live: in Dayton, Ohio. Downtown rules! I drive: a black 2007 Honda Fit, sport model - and I still miss my truck!!! I work: Clinic Manager for Wright State University. I fear: zombies, spiders, and running out of time to make this fallen world a tiny bit better before I go.
This summer I will be taking my talents up the river to Baton Rouge as a Louisiana State University Tiger!! 🏈🏈
i think bc it's "Baton Rouge" High , we are the alpha dogs of high schools in BR. like "Louisiana State" university is the main college.
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no its Louisiana State university in Baton Rouge.
First, UTC's Gee McGhee, who played at Redemptorist High School in Baton Rouge, will get to play in front of at least 40 friends and family members.
OK... "this is official"... Tiger Stadium, also known as "Death Valley" is an outdoor stadium located in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. It is best known as the home stadium of the Louisiana State University (LSU) football team. Frank Howard Field at Memorial Stadium, popularly referred to as Death Valley, is home to the Clemson Tigers, an NCAA Division I FBS football team, located in Clemson, South Carolina and "owned" by the University of SC (USC). Wikipedia
Mike the Tiger is a Bengal who is currently imprisoned at Louisiana State University's campus in Baton Rouge. (713 signatures on petition)
Let's find you a at Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge, LA. New opening just posted.
the Tomb Of The Unknown's brought up the memory of NOLA's Tomb Of The Unknown's.In 2008, the city of New Orleans contributed $1 million in federal funds to pay for a Katrina memorial where 31 unnamed dead and 54 other unclaimed bodies are interred in six granite-faced mausoleums. The city and private donors contributed to a nonprofit organization that New Orleans Coroner Frank Minyard set up for the project, said New Orleans lawyer Ted George, who volunteered to help. The Katrina monument sits atop the former Charity Hospital Cemetery, a 150-year-old potter’s field for the poor of New Orleans. Charity Hospital was destroyed by Katrina. None buried there are identified by name. Hundreds of other victims of the nation’s most deadly modern tragedy remain anonymous for unknown reasons. Many were elderly and poor. Around 64 percent of the storm victims were older than 65, based on a study by Louisiana State University pathologists who oversaw a massive temporary morgue in Baton Rouge that processed more th ...
Mississippi State University vs Louisiana State University at 6:00 pm at Death Valley in Baton Rouge on ESPN. Go DAWGS! Beat the Tigers!
Louisiana State University would like you to work for them in Baton Rouge, LA.
lol we are identical twins. He's in Augusta, Georgia attending Augusta State University and I'm in Baton Rouge, Louisiana
CHAMPION: " A militant advocate, or defender; one that wins 'first-place' in a contest; one that might be acknowledged to be better than all others when competing with them at what he has chosen to do." And so it is that college-football quarterback, A.J. McCarron could be properly defined last evening, even though his spirit appeared to be broken and in tatters for roughly 59- minutes of a torturous 60-minute contest down in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, in the heat of the arena known as "Death Valley/USA", the home field of Louisiana State University. Slightly less than 100,000 obsessed, cheering and screaming LSU fans delighted in watching their team virtually maul the University of Alabama football team for 59-minues there, as Alabama's quarterback...until this night arguably the best in the nation...had the worst game of his career!!! Then, as fate would have it, The God of Bear Bryant gave A.J. one last chance to redeem himself, one last chance to remedy his heretofore ineffectiveness, and the debt A.J ...
St. Michael's and All Angels Episcopal Church of Baton Rouge would like to send many blessing to the hard-working students of Louisiana State University, Southern University A&M College, and Baton Rouge Community College during this busy time in the Fall semester!
Don't miss this opportunity! Louisiana State University is now in Baton Rouge, LA.
Kevin P. Reilly, Sr., successful businessman, effective political leader, admired philanthropist, and dedicated husband, father, and grandfather, passed away Sunday, October 28, 2012 at his home in Baton Rouge, surrounded by his family. He was 84. Born in Boston, Kevin maintained an Irish temperament and a Boston accent throughout his life. He attended The Roxbury Latin School and with the support of a Navy ROTC scholarship, went to Harvard University where he played varsity baseball and was voted MVP his senior year. After graduation, he served honorably for three years as a Lieutenant in the U.S. Navy. In 1953, after only one year at Harvard Business School, he and his young wife DeeDee moved to Baton Rouge where he worked for Lamar Advertising, a small billboard company. With his native intelligence and a drive to succeed, he soon became Lamar’s CEO & Chairman, positions he held until 1989, during which time he helped build the business into one of the largest outdoor advertising companies in the nat ...
Steve Griffin The undefeated University of Alabama defeats the undefeated Mississippi State Bulldogs 38-7 (OK, we had our third string in and let them score near the end). Next up: a trip down to Baton Rouge to play the ranked Tigers of Louisiana State University. Roll Tide, Roll
Playing a show in Baton Rouge, LA at 8:00 PM today at Louisiana State University
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Next Saturday we play LSU in Baton Rouge, LA at Tiger Stadium. If we have to go into overtime to beat Louisiana State University then so be it.
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Mike is a live tiger Mascot held at Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge, LA. Mike lives in 15,000 square foot habitat built on campus right outside of Tiger Stadium. There is regular access to his habitat by visitors wanting to see Mike and take pictures. In addition, Mike is often caged (at...
That's the question on the minds of many in higher education with regard to a series of bomb threats that have been taken seriously enough to force campuswide evacuations. On Monday, Louisiana State University at Baton Rouge received such a threat, and ordered the evacuation of its campus. The threa...
Louisiana State University campus in Baton Rouge, La. evacuated due to bomb threat -
Mommy wants me to visit Louisiana State University today, but Baton Rouge is for HIV/Aids ..
For my cousins looking for tickets: The LSU Athletics Ticket Office would like to offer our valued Geaux-Mail subscribers the opportunity to purchase Football 5-Game Mini Plans before they go on sale to the general public. Each mini plan includes one ticket to each of the North Texas, Washington, Idaho, Towson, and Mississippi State games for just $220. To take advantage of this offer just Click Here and enter the promo code: F12-MP-GM Thank you for supporting LSU Athletics and Geaux Tigers! LSU Athletics Ticket Office Copyright © 2012, Louisiana State University. The team names, logos and uniform designs are registered trademarks of the teams indicated.No logos, photographs or graphics on this site may be reproduced without written permission. All rights reserved. LSU Athletic Ticket Office - Room 106, Athletic Administration Building North Stadium Drive at Nicholson Drive Baton Rouge, LA 70894 Remember, purchasing and renewing your season tickets or single game seats has never been easier! Just click o ...
I'm graduating with my Master of Arts in Mathematics Education and Teacher's Certification from Louisiana State University and A & M College in Baton Rouge, LA on August 3, 2012. It's people like you that produce young minds like mine. I still remember crying after school because I couldn't figure out how multiple negatives and positives!!! Thank you for your patience and kindness. Hope to see you soon! God bless!
Can't wait to see this! Syfy channel original movie filmed in Baton Rouge - News - Louisiana State University:
Sondra lives in Baton Rouge with her husband, Alan, a professor of electrical engineering at Louisiana State University; their son, Jerry,.
Comfort Suites University hotel in Baton Rouge LA near Louisiana State University, Southern University at Baton Rouge and Baton Rouge Symphony Orchestra. Enjoy free breakfast and free Internet at this LSU hotel.
Sept. 15 loomed large for Ken McRoyal and his family. His University of Idaho Vandals were scheduled to meet Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge.
THE EUROPEAN BRIDGES ENSEMBLE is performing TOMORROW NIGHT, Tuesday April 17th, at The Varsity Theatre - Baton Rouge, LA, next to The Chimes Restaurant & Tap Room. Doors open at 9:30PM; show starts at 10PM. Tickets are $10 but only $5 with VALID Louisiana State University ID. Don't miss this opportunity to see The European Bridges Ensemble.
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