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  • February 22, 2018

    School of R.O.C.K. Program

    An afterschool program that began almost ten years ago at LSUS is still showing its positive effect on students, and the community. Dr. Kevin Jones founded the School of R.O.C.K (Reading and Organization for Cool Kids) program at Miami University in Ohio in 2005. During the program’s first year, it was called ‘Extreme Makeover in Reading’. Dr. Jones saw the impact of the program on students at Miami University, and began the program at LSUS in 2009, upon moving to Shreveport.

  • February 22, 2018

    Going Greek Brings Opportunity to Students

    Greek life is a popular and important aspect on a college campus due to how much student involvement it generates. Greek life can be found on most college campuses throughout the United States. LSUS brought Greek life to campus in 1969 with the fraternity, Delta Omicron Mu, and then in 1973 came Phi Mu Fraternity for women. Since then, LSUS Greek life has grown to eight active sororities and fraternities.

  • December 08, 2017

    The Academic Hub of LSUS

    The library is a place where many students go to study and find information needed for research papers, projects, etc. Here at LSUS, the Noel Memorial Library offers a multitude of services for students. Each floor of the library has something to offer whether it be research material, technology or a place to get some work done.

  • December 01, 2017

    LSUS: An Environment for Success

    Louisiana State University-Shreveport (LSUS) offers a variety of degree programs for a diverse campus of students. It has students ranging from all ages and backgrounds. LSUS works hard to create curriculum and opportunities that prepares its students for their chosen field.

  • November 27, 2017

    Where Are They Now: Emily Young Feazel

    Beginning at the age of 15, Emily Young Feazel began her journey dancing with the Shreveport Metropolitan Ballet. She carried her love for dance throughout college, while learning to balance both college and dance.

  • November 06, 2017

    LSUS is Home to the First Pioneer Educational Center in Louisiana

    Established in 1982, the International Lincoln Center for American Studies became the only center on campus that offers education about former president Abraham Lincoln. It serves as the largest privately endowed program at LSUS, and is one of few Lincoln Centers that exist in the United States.

  • October 31, 2017

    LSUS is Home to the First Pioneer Educational Center in Louisiana

    Founded in 1976 as a joint project between LSUS and the Junior League of Shreveport, the Pioneer Heritage Center has provided education about pioneer heritage and folk life for several decades.

  • October 31, 2017

    The Museum of Life Sciences Provides LSUS Students a Place to Research

    The Museum of Life Sciences is the perfect place for those who love science. It serves as a research institution that studies vertebrate animals, spiders, insects, mollusks, and vascular plants.

  • October 30, 2017

    50th Anniversary as a Depository Library

    The Noel Memorial Library at Louisiana State University Shreveport celebrates 50 years in the U.S. Government Publishing Office’s (GPO’s) Federal Depository Library Program (FDLP).

  • July 27, 2017

    The Resolution That Started It All

    Before any great institution can be established, there must first be a proposal. On October 15 of 1936, Frank Fulco Sr., a member of the Caddo Parish Police Jury, introduced a resolution to create a branch of LSU in Shreveport.

  • July 27, 2017

    807 Students Enroll the First Semester

    The very first semester Louisiana State University Shreveport was open, 807 eager students enrolled for classes. Of those students 327 were women and 480 were men.

  • July 27, 2017

    The Origins of the Almagest

    The Almagest published its first paper on October 3 of 1967.

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