‘Coming full circle’

‘Coming full circle’

Bankston looks to return LC softball to 'elite level'

LC brings another successful ‘Follow the Star’

LC brings another successful ‘Follow the Star’

'Christmas on the Hill' and 'Gala' add to festive weekend


Highlights


Campus News

Wildcats Media News for April 24, 2015Wildcats Media News for April 24, 2015

LC's student-driven newscast


Faith

‘A time of frustration’‘A time of frustration’

Dr. Brewer's first chapel features message of encouragement


Sports

‘Coming full circle’‘Coming full circle’

Bankston looks to return LC softball to 'elite level'


Organizations

LC Debate: The year of rebuilding, successLC Debate: The year of rebuilding, success

New coach, new members carry on winning tradition


Campus Life

‘I think he’s gonna do great things’‘I think he’s gonna do great things’

LC students react to Brewer hire


Culture

‘It’s not an everyday play’‘It’s not an everyday play’

tlc set for poignant comedy 'The Curious Savage'


Special Coverage

LC brings another successful ‘Follow the Star’LC brings another successful ‘Follow the Star’

'Christmas on the Hill' and 'Gala' add to festive weekend


Brewer to LC grads: ‘Do hard work… and then some’

Photo Credit: Rebekah Magee

Brewer to LC grads: ‘Do hard work… and then some’

Spring 2015 Commencement features charge from new LC president

The message Dr. Rick Brewer gave at the 158th commencement of the college he only recently became president of could not have been clearer.

“Rebel against society’s low expectations,” Brewer told the 147 graduates of Louisiana College on Saturday, May 16. “Do hard work.”

In that commencement address, Brewer not only gave the 123 undergraduates and 24 masters students a life-long charge, he may have set a tone for the future of LC, itself.

“The prevalent philosophy of our culture today is, ‘I am going to do what is the least that is expected of me and try to get the most payment for it,’” Brewer said. “In other words, minimum effort for maximum return. Shoddiness and lack of extra effort should never take place in the mind of a Christ follower.”

Brewer called on the students to live their lives under what he termed “The Rebekah Principle.” He used the example of Isaac’s future wife (Genesis 24), who not only served water for Abraham’s servants, but put in the extra effort to water the group’s camels, too.

“After you’ve done what’s asked of you, you do a bit extra, you do even more,” Brewer said. “I’m here to tell you, we not only would see excellence in the market place, but the people doing the hiring would come to our churches to hire Christians. They would know we would do the… »»» read more 


Calendar


Upcoming Events

Wildcat Weekly Minute Update for April 23, 2015Wildcat Weekly Minute Update for April 23, 2015

Your weekly campus happenings

KZLC News


The Voice

KZLC-Wildcats Media News Final Report for 2014KZLC-Wildcats Media News Final Report for 2014

Your student-driven campus news update

Opinion


From the Editor

Impact of final debate not clearImpact of final debate not clear

Focus on foreign policy may not yield much change in final results


Latest Blog Entry

Surviving FinalsSurviving Finals

BCM helps students with survival kits


Sports Commentary

On the Inside with Karylon ThorntonOn the Inside with Karylon Thornton

Update from ASC Tournament


Reviews

Will you be ready?Will you be ready?

Review of latest 'Left Behind' movie



Academics


Brewer to LC grads: ‘Do hard work… and then some’

Brewer to LC grads: ‘Do hard work… and then some’

Spring 2015 Commencement features charge from new LC president


Back to home-school

Back to home-school

LC's Smith Scholarship goes to home-schooler from Baton Rouge


© 2015 Louisiana College - Wildcats Media. All Rights Reserved.
Site design by 100-Proof Henry