C3 speaker tackles contradictions between Critical Race Theory and Christianity

By Sierra Boudreaux and Victoria Watson  Louisiana College’s annual C3 Conference held Monday night addressed the Biblical response to Critical Race Theory.  Coach Dale Clayton, vice president of Coaches’ Ministries at Nations of Coaches, challenged the tenets of Critical Race Theory.  “CRT bears witness to the reality of whether or not you believe the Bible…

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Theatre of Louisiana College presents Bus Stop

By Carmen Taffi, Wildcats Media Theatre of Louisiana College opens its first play of the 2021-22 season this Thursday with the drama “Bus Stop,” which is a complex story filled with both humor and romance. Guest director Samantha O’Banion, a 2021 LC Theatre graduate, said that pulling off such a multifaceted storyline requires a lot…

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LC, Gateway sign articulation agreement for students to attend seminary

By Victoria Watson, Wildcats Media Dr. Jeff Iorg, president of Gateway Seminary in Ontario, California, signed an articulation agreement with Louisiana College President Rick Brewer in Chapel on Tuesday, September 14. This agreement allows students to apply college credits earned at LC to a seminary degree at Gateway Seminary. “This agreement is kind of a…

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Biblical response to Critical Race Theory to be topic of fall C3 at LC

By Sierra Boudreaux, Wildcats Media Louisiana College will have its first C3 conference of the fall semester on Monday, Sept. 20 with guest speaker Dale Clayton. Clayton, a 40-year veteran of college basketball and athletic administration, will be speaking on “The Biblical Response to Critical Race Theory.” Critical race theory is based on the idea…

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Opelousas sophomore chosen as LC’s president for a day

By Elizabeth Clarke Pineville, LA (LC News) – Louisiana College “president for the day” Isabel “Izzy” Armand announced –facetiously—faculty pay increases and student tuition cuts—in her first order of business upon her honorary coronation in the first Chapel service of the fall semester. The packed Guinn Auditorium roared with cheers and claps. Armand smiled at…

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