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Louisiana College’s Draconian Policies on Social Media Use Horrifies Students, Professors, and Alumni
Multiple students believe the policy, among other things, will prevent victims from coming forward with allegations of sexual abuse.
Louisiana Gov. Kathleen Babineaux Blanco, September 2005. Former Gov. Kathleen Babineaux Blanco, the first woman to...
In 1991, David Duke lost in a landslide against Edwin Edwards in Louisiana's most consequential gubernatorial election in a century. Back then, Duke publicly presented himself as a moderate conservative in an attempt to distance himself from his toxic, racist past. Today, two GOP candidates seem to be rummaging through Duke's baggage to see what fits.
After the death of Dr. Carl Weiss, Jr., the son of the man who allegedly assassinated Huey P. Long, the Bayou Brief revisits this report from April of 2018.
Wikipedia’s decision to permanently delete John K. Snyder’s page cannot erase the true story of one of the most eccentric politicians in Louisiana history and the mastermind behind the Great Catfish Massacre of 1985.
In 2016, Eddie Rispone’s company applied for three H1-B visas to hire cheaper workers for management jobs. At the time it made the applications, ISC had been in the middle of settlement negotiations with nearly 100 former employees, the majority of whom were Hispanic, who alleged they were not properly compensated for their work hours.
In Central Louisiana, taxpayers sank a small fortune to rebrand an award-winning festival. Spending doubled, attendance cratered nearly 80%, and an event intended to unify the community resulted in division and disappointment.
Dr. Salvatore is challenging Alan Seabaugh for House District 5.
Five years ago, Edward Lee “Eddie” Rispone of Baton Rouge and current Republican candidate for Louisiana governor published his first and...
We are thrilled to announce the launch of our merchandise page, Briefly Shopping, which will continually carry...