No money? No Time? No Problem: Make your own costume

By Tiffny Harris     Halloween isn’t a holiday favored only by children, adults get just as excited for a guaranteed sugar overload and the promise of an amazing costume. A lot of these Halloween-loving adults will go above and [...]

Veterans info

By Mitch Cota     In this issue I hope to bring you information that many may not be aware of and that is available to you as a veteran here on DCC campus. It also contains data from Washington, DC concerning veteran’s issues. Veterans [...]

Don’t be Scary Just Stay Hairy: No Shave November

By La’Donna Bryer     For many people the day starts normal enough. It may be a routine trip to the doctor for a yearly check-up or an appointment after the appearance of a lingering cough, a lump, or just feeling off. What is expected [...]

Don’t be SAD: How to Combat Seasonal Affective Disorder

By Peter Howard     It is getting to be that time of year when many people, like myself, begin to suffer from Seasonal Affective Disorder. According to the Mayo Clinic’s website, Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) is a type of depression [...]

Plug-In and Tune-Out: The Voodoo Music + Arts Experience Edition Part II

By Meghan Henoumont   Are you still getting pumped about the Voodoo Music + Arts Experience at the end of this month? Us too, that’s why we’ve included a second part of Voodoo artist reviews to include a few more standout acts from [...]

“We Welcome You To The Fashion Industry”

By Teamarious Williams   Noels Models open enrollment is finally here! Throughout the whole month of October we will be registering models for 10-week classes covering all things modeling! Parents and students are more than welcome to inquire [...]

Top five haunted places in New Orleans

By Isadora Linheira   Millions of tourists flock to New Orleans every year, not for Mardi Gras, the world famous cultural or rowdy night life, but for its haunted past. New Orleans is ranked as one of the most haunted cities in the U.S. [...]

Dare to Scare: The Dolphin Staff Members Top Halloween Movie Picks

Compiled From Staff Reports   Here are some of The Dolphin staff member’s favorite scary movies just in time for Halloween. Grab a tub of candy, a few friends and try to watch these movies with all the lights off.   Jeff Boudreaux   The [...]

Special Teams Make for Special Games: LSU undefeated while the Saints pick up the pace

By Stefan Muro     As you already know, the LSU Tigers have become a dominant football team with arguably the best running game in the country as well as a stout run defense to complement them. The Saints have won two of the last [...]

Bayou Classic 2015

By Teamarious Williams     It’s that time of the year again where one of the biggest events is about to take place in New Orleans. Southern University and Grambling State University, get ready for Bayou Classic 2015! Bayou Classic [...]