“Avengers: Age of Ultron” movie review

By Jeff Boudreaux     The latest entry in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, “Avengers: Age of Ultron,” starts the 2015 summer blockbuster season with an absolute bang. For the second film in the Avengers franchise, writer/director [...]

Register for free passes to “Avengers – Age of Ultron!”

  One of the most highly-anticipated films of the year is coming to New Orleans for an exclusive sneak preview. Marvel’s “Avengers – Age of Ultron” will be screening at AMC Elmwood Palace 20 on Tuesday April 28 [...]

The Blackboard Alternative

By Samira Palmer   By the beginning of the Fall 2015 semester, we will no longer be using the program Blackboard. For most students, Blackboard made life a bit simpler. The program is currently used for homework, tests/quizzes, classroom [...]


By Julie Dedebant   Aries: March 21 — April 19 Thinking about a beach weekend? This is the time to do so Aries. Pack your best bathing suit, favorite book and be on your way. Relax the mind and body. Time to re-group. You will feel excellent [...]

In My Humble Opinion

By Jamila Cherif   Each spring semester, Delgado Community College hosts an international fair involving the ESL Department, that is intended to share cultural values. Nearly 10 countries are represented with costumes, currency, and food. I [...]

The Law is Killing Us

By Shannon Daniels   “Nearly two times a week in the United States, a white police officer killed a black person during a seven-year period ending in 2012,” according to USA Today. People wouldn’t think that the world as we know it [...]

India Insight Out

By Susan Hague   When I finished my obligations for the Fulbright, one of the first things I wanted to do was go fishing in India. Cedric’s friend Owen was a fishing guide in Bangalore, so I took a Spice Jet flight over and packed light, [...]

Life in Goa: The Taste of Goa

By Cedric Serpes   Aunty Rosie’s great-grandmother was Goan. So is Aunty Rosie. She lives in a sprawling Portuguese bungalow that overlooks a stream. She has seven rooms in all. She is 70 and sleeps in different rooms each night. [...]

“Ex Machina” movie review

By Jeff Boudreaux From the mind behind “Sunshine” and “28 Days Later” comes a sci-fi thriller that presents an extremely intelligent view on the interactions between man and A.I. With 2015 shaping up to be a major year for robots in [...]

“The Age of Adaline” movie review

By Jeff Boudreaux Every now and then, a film comes along that conveys a certain magical quality to its audience. From “Ghost” to “The Curious Case of Benjamin Button,” you know it right away when you see it. It’s the romantic fantasy. [...]