The Unpreparedness of the Winter Olympic Games

By: Samira Palmer The 2014 Winter Olympic’s are being held in Sochi, Russia and competitors have a lot of complaints about how unprepared the event actually is.  Reports of toxic water, unfinished construction, and lack of amenities are [...]

The krewes we all love the most

By: Alisa Lindsey During carnival time, we all have our favorite crews that we must see.  Do we really know the history of our favorite krewes, or what they do for our community?  Many of the krewes are social aid and pleasure clubs that impact [...]

NBA All-Star recap

  By: Madelaine Ho Another NOLA-hosted high-profile event is a success. NBA All-Star Weekend kicked off with the Sprint Celebrity All-Star Game Friday, Feb. 14 at the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, and was followed by the Rising Star [...]

“Free At Last” photography

By: Ashley Boudreaux The Isaac Delgado Fine Arts Gallery at Delgado’s City Park Campus held the exhibit, “Freedom 2014: Through the Lens.”  The exhibit is curated by Myesha Francis, the owner of M. Francis Gallery. “Freedom [...]

The Chancellor’s revolving door

By: Nick Ducote Delgado Community College has once again been put in an odd position. The college’s chancellor, Monty Sullivan, has recently accepted the position as the president of the Louisiana Community and Technical College System(LCTCS). [...]

Delgado Dolphins off to a great start

By: Kamel Benyahia The Delgado Dolphins season kicked off Feb. 1, after their original season opener was canceled on Jan. 31.  Their first official game of the season, part of a doubleheader, started off with a loss, but they have bounced [...]

Fashion Week from A to Z

By: Ashley Boudreaux Mercedes Benz  Fashion Week was held in New York City Feb. 6 to Feb. 13.  With so many designers, trends and craziness happening throughout the week.  I’ve listed an A-Z guide of the best moments of the week. A [...]

Mardi Gras around the world

By: Alisa Lindsey The history of Mardi Gras is known to few, but should be known to many.  Mardi Gras is celebrated in many different ways around the world.  Mardi Gras to Orleanais, is known as “Fat Tuesday,” however around the globe [...]

Battle of the brushes

By: Jaclyn Hoffman Local artists compete in a live painting battle to promote the support of New Orleans’ talents. On Feb. 13, in an effort to encourage the support of New Orleans based talents, Tiki Tolteca at Felipe’s in the French Quarter [...]

Pompeii in review

By: Samira Palmer I’m sure many people have heard the story of Pompeii, the city that was destroyed by volcanic ash in a single day.  If you’re expecting this movie to be about just that, then you’re in for a shocker.  The [...]