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City of a Millions Dreams

Correction: City of a Million Dreams Jason Berry's new book is entitled City of a Million Dreams: A History of New Orleans at Year 300. City of a Million Dreams is also the title of Berry's forthcom…
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Center for Louisiana Studies News - September 2018

The Center Welcomes Three New Graduate StudentsMasters Students in Architecture, Folklore and Public History Join CLS Staff Graduate students Francisco Farrera, Juliane Mahoney, and Rachel Blomquist…
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Center for Louisiana Studies News - April 2018

Bayou State Book Talk on Tuesday, April 10:The Gigi Series Portrays a Fictional Account of the Extraordinary Life and Times of Gisèle "Gigi" Carriton Join Dennis Ward for a discussion of his new book…
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Remington College Lafayette Campus gives this Holiday Season

The Salon at Remington College Lafayette Campus is giving and collecting gifts this holiday season. For the month of December, anyone can receive 50% off one salon service. Plus, anyone who brings i…
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Center for Louisiana Studies News- September 2017

Relive the Evening of Music and Support the Archives of Cajun and Creole Folklore Our amazing evening of sonic reverie, featuring Louis Michot, Dickie Landry and Noveller, was a resounding success, …
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Center for Louisiana Studies News- August 2017

We are thrilled with the community's response to the Center's symposium, H2O/LA: An Examination of Louisiana's Relationship with Water, this Monday, August 14, 2017. Although we are at capacity, we h…
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UL Dining Services supports 'Man of the Year' candidate for the win

Each year in communities across the country, dedicated candidates engage in an exciting competition to earn The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society's (LLS) "Man & Woman of the Year" titles.  The annual camp…
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UL Dining Services supports 'Man of the Year' candidate for the win

Each year in communities across the country, dedicated candidates engage in an exciting competition to earn The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society's (LLS) "Man & Woman of the Year" titles.  The annual camp…
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Center for Louisiana Studies News- July 2017

Dr. Michael S. Martin to Speak July 19 the Acadian Memorial in St. Martinville, LADr. Michael Martin, Director of the Center for Louisiana Studies at UL Lafayette  joins the Acadian Memorial Foundati…
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Center for Louisiana Studies News -January 2017

Mark Your Calendars to Attend - Submit Your ResearchExpand your knowledge and understanding of Louisiana's history and culture, peoples and places, meet and network with other scholars, and share you…
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Sophia Sawyer And School Mates Support Monarch Butterflies

You have probably seen or heard reports about the decline of the honey bee and the effect that has on the environment. One study suggests we have the honey bee to thank for every one in three bites o…
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Center for Louisiana Studies News - July 2016

Tickets Available for Magnolia Sisters dans la maisonACCF House Concert on August 4 Features the Magnolia Sisters:The Center for Louisiana Studies is hosting an intimate concert dans la maison featur…
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Center for Louisiana Studies Newsletter - March 2016

CLS Hosts Free LA Femme / Women of Louisiana SymposiumWomen's History Month Event is March 16The Center for Louisiana Studies observes Women's History Month with LA Femme / Women of Louisiana: A Symp…
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AmericanTown's Heroes: School Food Service Coordinator Gets Kids to Eat Veggies

Parents (and nutritionists) are hailing the lunch lady who gets kids to eat healthy lunches and snacks at school. Her name is Donna Riviello and she is the Food Service Coordinator for the Clyde-Sava…
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Center for Louisiana Studies Newsletter - January 2016

Rural Riches Workshop Begins January 12Leveraging New Technology Is the Focus of Leesville WorkshopTourism professionals in Louisiana and Mississippi are joining forces for a January 12-13 workshop f…
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