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Free passes to see “Captain America: Civil War” in 3D!

Attention Delgado students! Are you ready for the most highly-anticipated Marvel movie of the year? Well, what if I tell you that you can see it (along with a friend) absolutely free, and in eye-popping 3D no less?! All you have to do is visit [...]

Delgado Community College’s New Grand Theatre By Julie M. Dedebant

Delgado Community College’s New Grand Theatre By Julie M. Dedebant For all of you theatre buffs, Delgado will open the doors of the new downstairs theatre in Building One with a modern version of “Romeo and Juliet,” directed by Michael [...]

Spring forward fashion By Teamarious Williams

    Spring forward fashion By Teamarious Williams   Is there anything more exciting than spring? The days get longer, temperatures rise but not too much, the sun is out and everyone is just happier. Spring also makes you want [...]

Love hurts: Louisiana has 4th highest domestic abuse rates in country By Reginique Nickerson

Love hurts: Louisiana has 4th highest domestic abuse rates in country By Reginique Nickerson   Domestic violence can be defined as violent or aggressive behavior within the home, typically involving emotional, psychological, and physical [...]

Untied States and China first nations to sign Paris Agreement By Isadora Linheira

Untied States and China first nations to sign Paris Agreement By Isadora Linheira China and the Untied States the world’s two largest greenhouse gas polluters, are taking an historic step towards fighting climate change. The United States [...]

Delgado Fine Arts Student Exhibit is April 14 – 28

Delgado Fine Arts Student Exhibit is April 14 – 28   The Isaac Delgado Fine Arts Gallery presents the work of Fine Arts students from the Delgado City Park and West Bank campuses. The Fine Arts Student Exhibit will highlight the different [...]

“Criminal” movie review By Jeff Boudreaux

“Criminal” movie review By Jeff Boudreaux Kevin Costner stars in “Criminal,” a film presenting itself as a shiny, new example of morphed identities, espionage and the whole bad-ass subgenre. Unfortunately it isn’t, and it’s claim [...]

“Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” movie review By Jeff Boudreaux

“Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” movie review By Jeff Boudreaux   The Dark Knight meets the Man of Steel in “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice,” what is likely the single-most anticipated film based on comic book superheroes [...]

Saints Broadcaster and Former Player, Hokie Gajan Dead at 56 Who Dat Nation Remembers Yet Another Fallen Saint By: Stefan Muro

Saints Broadcaster and Former Player, Hokie Gajan Dead at 56 Who Dat Nation Remembers Yet Another Fallen Saint By: Stefan Muro     The New Orleans Saints and the City of New Orleans lost yet another family member on Monday, April [...]

Former Saint Will Smith Murdered Shock and Sadness Strikes the Saints’ Community By: Stefan Muro

Former Saint Will Smith Murdered Shock and Sadness Strikes the Saints’ Community By: Stefan Muro   On Saturday, April 9, Will Smith was shot multiple times after an altercation that spurred from a wreck that involved the suspect and [...]