Dr. Aguillard makes announcement at news conference
LC professor Cowan part of soon to be released work of apologetics
Wildcats' magical run ends with 10-4 loss to UT-Tyler in ASC Championship game
Encouraging students of all faiths to join effort
LC Chorale visits Nazareth Baptist School
tlc's season finale features classic musical
'Christmas on the Hill' and 'Gala' add to festive weekend
If you were to pickpocket every student in your classroom, you would find most of them had one or more Apple products.
Unfortunately, college students can be very accident prone, especially when it comes to handling… »»» read more
(Editor's Note: This article was submitted prior to Friday's events involving Jason Russell)
With the Internet, Facebook, Twitter, texting, email, blogs, and a host of other forms of communication that complete the world of transmitting information, you… »»» read more
Every year after the Super Bowl, the blazing topics of discussion always seem to be the same things – the winner, the commercials, and the performances. The National Anthem and the halftime show seem to have just as much focus… »»» read more
Headlining tours, movies, T.V. series, and instant fame; just a few of the many perks that come with being a Disney channel star. But, do the trappings of success hold back Disney stars from being the performers they want to… »»» read more
After driving two hours, we were finally there. Bossier City.
I know. You’re probably wondering what in the world is in Bossier City? On Sept. 20, the answer was Taylor Swift.
Pulling… »»» read more
PINEVILLE, LA. – It is probably impossible to definitively honor the veterans that fought for our country and our freedom. Still, we can try, and that’s what the Red River Wind Symphony did during a concert on Nov. 9, 2010… »»» read more
I sat there in Louisiana College’s Guinn Auditorium with my father Skip and uncles Tony and Obie and thought, “This truly is an once-in-a-lifetime experience.”
For about two glorious hours on the night of October 15, 2010,… »»» read more
In 2004, Sony Urban Music/Columbia Records signed a young artist who had built a name for himself by being a five-time winner of the amateur competition at New York’s legendary Apollo Theater and releasing an acclaimed EP titled “What is… »»» read more
Joseph Kesslering’s comedy "Arsenic and Old Lace" is a timeless satire about murder, and theatre louisiana college is succeeding in “murdering” audiences with laughter in its latest production.
Kesslering’s play focuses on the misadventures of the… »»» read more
After four successful games in its native Japan, video game developer TOSE decided that it was time for its “star” character Starfy to swim over to the U.S.
The Legendary Starfy, released June 8 of last year… »»» read more
The year 2005 saw the return of one of gaming’s best racing franchises, as Mario Kart DS hit stores on Nov. 14 of that year.
The Mario Kart series began during the golden age of gaming… »»» read more
There was a time when the Black Eyed Peas were remembered for bringing a fresh new perspective to music.
I’m not going to say that the group sold out when they inducted Fergie as a new member.… »»» read more
Few gaming franchises can still run strong after 20 years. The Contra series is one of those exceptions.
The year 2007 saw legendary game company Konami celebrate the 20th anniversary of its critically acclaimed Contra series with… »»» read more
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