DCC Students Plan March on LCTCS Board of Supervisors Meeting

Editorial by Leonard “Lenny” Vasbinder If you are one of the dozens of adversely affected students due to the recent cancellations of the TV Production and Mass Communication programs at Delgado Community College (DCC), then other [...]

DCC planning to shut down the Journalism program also

Editorial by Leonard “Lenny” Vasbinder If you are one of the thousands of people that read the Delgado Dolphin Newspaper or the online articles or Facebook postings, please help keep the program alive. How ironic is it that I am [...]

Chancellor Davis says “TV Production and Mass Comm programs are NOT canceled”

Editorial by Leonard “Lenny” Vasbinder If you have been following the breaking story in the past couple of days, you apparently have been a victim of “miscommunication,” just as I and several professors/instructors were as well, according [...]

BREAKING NEWS — DCC TV Production Program Canceled

By: Leonard “Lenny” Vasbinder If you are a Delgado Community College Television Production or Mass Communications student working on your degree, you may be out of luck. Rumors started around 1 p.m. today that the TV Production program [...]

What’s in a Name? The History of Delgado’s Named Buildings (Part 2)

By Mary Achary and Leonard “Lenny” Vasbinder Photos by Mary Achary with Larocca Hall from stock images Delgado West Bank Campus (Algiers)  In 1967, the Louisiana Legislature saw a growing need for a community college in Algiers. This [...]

Top 4 Coffee Shops for students to study for their finals

By: Thao Nguyen It’s the last two weeks of the semester. Everything seems to be due at once, and you have a test in every class. There is too much noise, too many interruptions at home, and the Internet is not working. You’ve got to get [...]

New Orleans Climate March

Compiled from Staff Reports On March 17, 2017, the Green Party of the United States endorsed two upcoming marches in Washington, D.C. for climate justice: the first one on April 22, 2017, the March for Science, and the People’s Climate Movement [...]

Recycle Guide

By Alanna Benoit To celebrate Earth Day every day, here are some helpful recycling tips for New Orleans residents. Items that can be recycled curbside include Paper (newspaper, magazines, junk mail, office paper, phone books, catalogs) Plastics [...]

Hung King Festival in Vietnam

By Thao Nguyen Every year since 2007, the Vietnamese have been celebrating Hung Kings Commemorations holiday. The purpose of this traditional holiday to pay tribute to the work of Hung Kings, who are believed to be the ancestors of Vietnamese, [...]

DCC Music Fest: Huge Success

By Leonard “Lenny” Vasbinder If you missed the inaugural Delgado Community College (DCC) songwriting and music festival, then you missed a really good time.  Make sure you pen it in for Spring 2018 as they will likely have even [...]