New York in 24 Hours Reviewing “The Theory of Everything”

  By Ashley Boudreaux   If you received a text message saying that you have the opportunity to go to New York City alone for 24 hours, would you? Oh yeah, the reason why you are going is to attend a press screening for the upcoming movie, [...]

Open Mic Get Out The Vote Tell it like it is

Ask Shan

Do you think it’s necessary to wait 90 days before intimacy? The 90 day rule suggests women should not have sex with their new beau until 90 days after they meet. While men may respect a woman that can control themselves, most people can’t [...]

“Laggies” review

  by Jeff Boudreaux This year appears to be the year of Keira Knightley’s reemergence. From her delightful performance in John Carney’s “Begin Again” to her equally wonderful turn in Lynn Shelton’s “Laggies,” it looks like [...]

“The Arsonist” by Max Frisch premiers Nov. 18

    By Tiffny Harris It was only two weeks before the opening of “Dog Fight” when Kris LaMorte of the Delgado Theatre Department started auditions for the play he will be directing, “The Arsonists.” The play requires 12 people [...]

No Pierre, no Khiry, no problem!

  By Jeremy R. Johnson On a weekend that saw the LSU Tigers upset No. 3 Ole Miss in Death Valley on Saturday night, the New Orleans Saints kept the good vibes going by beating the Packers of Green Bay with a score of 44-23 in the Mercedes-Benz [...]

Speaker, Irma Thomas Visits Delgado Community College Nov. 5, 2014

Dolphins 2014-15 basketball season preview

  By Alvaro Pena With the 2014-2015 men’s basketball season soon approaching, the Delgado Dolphins are getting back into game shape to improve on their awful 2013-14 losing season. With a team filled with talented guards, the dolphins [...]

India Insight Out

By Susan Hague Monkeys. They look cute and smart, but they are also mischievous and unpredictable.  They populate India, both village and city, and Hanuman, the monkey god, has  temples where he is revered and fed.  They are the main reason [...]

“Ouija” movie review

by Jeff Boudreaux “Ouija” is the epitome of a film in which the producers dropped every ball they had their  hands on. Blumhouse productions has a monopoly on horror films these days, and just  seems to tack their name onto anything that [...]