By Dr. Elizabeth Clarke Louisiana College convergence media students have been making a name for themselves—and the college—across the South for outstanding work in writing, photography and podcasting. Last month, three Louisiana College journalism students have been recognized by the Southeast Journalism Conference Best of the South Competition for 2021. Alena Noakes, 2nd in press…

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Louisiana College unveils loan repayment assistance program for incoming freshmen By Dr. Elizabeth Clarke Pineville, LA (LC News) — Louisiana College is the first institution in Central Louisiana to offer a loan repayment assistance program (LRAP) to all incoming freshmen starting in the fall of 2021. The LRAP can help graduates repay their federal student,…

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By Amber Fridrick Louisiana Athletic Club will celebrate its 20th Anniversary on Tuesday, April 20 at 3 p.m. at its Pineville location with refreshments, treats and door prizes along with performances by the Louisiana College Band and LAC Tap Ladies. In honor of the upcoming anniversary, LAC is offering a membership special through April 20…

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Louisiana College will recognize academically outstanding students in three separate in-person ceremonies on April 15. Honors Convocation is held during Chapel and recognizes outstanding students in their academic disciplines. Many of these include scholarship awards. The Dean’s List includes students who have earned all A’s and B’s in their courses in the fall semester. A…

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By Dr. Elizabeth B. Clarke Pineville, LA (LC News) — Louisiana College will hold its second spring C3 Christ Church Culture Lecture Series event April 13 with a presentation on “Calling and Career” featuring Professor and Author R. Keith Loftin. Coinciding with the launch of the college’s new Quality Enhancement Plan, which focuses on service-learning,…

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Louisiana College has learned that two former students have been charged in a federal indictment in connection with alleged fraudulent use of grant money made available to students as part of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act). According to the Justice Department press release, Hayden Philip Breaux, 21, of Houma, and…

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By Dr. Elizabeth B. Clarke Pineville, La (LC News)– Dr. Jay Richards made a compelling case for how Christianity and capitalism work together to make the world—and individual’s lives—better during Louisiana College’s 5th Annual God in the Workplace Lecture Series on Monday. Richards, an assistant research professor in The Busch School of Business and Economics…

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By Sierra Boudreaux, Wildcats Media Dr. Daniel Akin, president of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary in Wake Forest, North Carolina signed an articulation agreement with Louisiana College President Rick Brewer on Thursday, March 18 in Chapel. The agreement will allow students to apply college credits to a Master of Divinity degree at the seminary. “Southeastern Seminary…

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By Dr. Elizabeth Christian Pineville, LA (LC News) — Louisiana College will hold its 5th Annual God in the Workplace Lecture Series on “Money, Greed and God: The Christian Case for Free Enterprise” on Monday at 6 p.m. Dr. Jay W. Richards, assistant research professor in The Busch School of Business and Economics at The…

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By Kylei Cornelison, Wildcats Media This is part 1 in a series about Louisiana College’s Smith Scholars. At Louisiana College, an annual competition is held to determine the winner of the Smith Scholarship, a full ride to LC for four years—the only full-ride scholarship offered by the College. One student is chosen from an interview,…

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