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PROFile Mr. Al Quartemont from studio to classroom

As founder of LC's Convergence Media, Prof Al Quartemont practices what he teaches in interviewing Ira Jewitt after the Wildcats' 49-42 win over the Huntingdon Hawks. (Photo - Norm Miller)

Sanders Lecture Series Preview / class schedule

“Dr. Meeks will relate very well to our students,” said Dr. Philip Caples, Louisiana College vice president of Integration for Faith and Learning. “His personal attributes, scholarship, and incredible speaking ability will capture and maintain the attention of our students."

Alumnus Tate Martin

Some of the most influential people during my time in college were definitely my coaches on the football team.

Dr. Marvin Jones is published

Bearing several significant endorsements, Jones’ exposition of Basil – an influential theologian and supporter of the Nicene Creed – reveals and explicates Basil’s stalwart stand against Arianism, a heresy that denied the full deity of Christ.

LC frosh class serves at local food bank

“Several students kept asking how can they come back to the food bank to volunteer on their own,” said KB Thomas, Louisiana College’s director of student activities. “I never heard a single complaint all day.”

Wildcats kick off 2014 season against Huntingdon Hawks (Video)

As the offensive leader of a team with huge goals in 2014, Louisiana College sophomore quarterback Easton Melancon sees the Wildcats’ game Saturday with Huntingdon in clear terms.

Students embark on Mississippi Literary Excursion

Five Louisiana College students toured the environs of Mississippi writers Eudora Welty and William Faulkner last spring as part of their Southern Literature class taught by Professor Lillian Purdy.

PROFile: Dr. David Elliott and his life full-circle

The country kid from Ville Platte, Louisiana, who loved science and developed patents for top corporations, found his ultimate calling: teaching students the same foundational lessons he learned at the same place he learned them, Louisiana College.

Humanities honors students for another successful year

Upholding a tradition of academic excellence, the Louisiana College Division of Humanities recognized several students for their accomplishments at the annual Honors Convocation held in Guinn Auditorium last spring.

LC English prof gains national notoriety

This fall, The Missouri Review will publish Professor Reid’s poetry, as well as offer digital audio of Reid reading five of her poems.


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