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Kill Violence

Posted by: Leonard “Lenny” Vasbinder Have you or someone you know been affected by violence? If you’ve ever wondered if there was anything you could do to prevent violence, come hear Delgado Community College Police Officer [...]

IRS Scams and why your refund could take longer this year!

By: Leonard “Lenny” Vasbinder If you have your hopes up for a quick income tax refund this year, don’t hold your breath!  Because of the millions of fraudulent and erroneous tax returns filed last year, with the IRS handing out at least [...]

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 [...]

LaPlace Tornado destruction By: Temarious Williams

The tornado that hit Laplace in late February ripped through multiple neighborhoods and damaged 200 homes. Residents, including many Delgado students, are dealing with devastation in the wake of a natural disaster for the second time in four [...]

The Aftermath of “The Quiet Storm” Remembering and Moving Forward from Marques Colston By Stefan Muro

The Aftermath of “The Quiet Storm” Remembering and Moving Forward from Marques Colston By Stefan Muro   Ten years ago, The New Orleans Saints selected big name players such as Reggie Bush, Roman Harper, Jahri Evans, Zach Strief and [...]

Why this will be the most searched article on the internet By Meghan Henoumont

Why this will be the most searched article on the internet By Meghan Henoumont Who looks in a dictionary or newspaper anymore? With the rise of the Internet and digital search engines, such as Google, answers are just a click away. So if you’ve [...]

Who Says Football Is Over? Major League Football Kicks Off This Spring By: Stefan Muro

Who Says Football Is Over? Major League Football Kicks Off This Spring By: Stefan Muro Awards have been given and champions have been crowned. Super Bowl Sunday has always marked the end of the football year and the beginning of a long and [...]

Do you really understand how FAFSA works? By: Christian Prevost

Do you really understand how FAFSA works?   By: Christian Prevost Millions of students apply for and receive financial aid every year, but how many students actually know all the rules and regulations that comes along with receiving student [...]

Fair Trial? Edward Snowden Stands No Chance Alanna Benoit

Fair Trial? Edward Snowden Stands No Chance Alanna Benoit Edward Snowden revealed on Feb. 21st that he would come back to the US to stand trial if the government assured him of a fair one.  He faces three felonies following his revelations [...]