Dialogues on Race

By: Robert Glueck           

Throughout the Fall semester, LSU Law and LSU’s Main Campus have partnered to bring Dialogues on Race to campus.  Dialogues on Race is a program aimed at eliminating racial issues by providing a safe space for honest discussion on issues of race.  The LSU Dialogues on Race program is part of a larger program, Dialogues on Race Louisiana, which officially began in 2011, although the program’s roots can be traced back to a similar program started by the Greater Baton Rouge Young Women’s Christian Association (YWCA) in 1994. (more…)

Secret Lives at PMH: Briana Drescher

By: Liz Wong

Name: Briana Drescher

Classification: 3L

Section: 2

Extracurricular activities throughout law school: Law Review, MOOT Court Executive Board, President of Sports, Entertainment, & Media Law Society, Vice President of Intellectual Property Association, PILS member, Street Law Instructor, and Jessup International Law MOOT Court Competition team (more…)

Framed! with the Hitchcock Blonde

Watched, Drank and Written by The Hitchcock Blonde

Osage CountyAugust: Osage County

Written by Tracy Letts; Directed by John Wells

Netflix has kept ahead of the holiday movie surge with its fabulous addition of August: Osage County. John Wells has masterfully tailored Tracy Letts’ Pulitzer Prize-winning play for the big screen while managing to corral a huge star-studded cast including Meryl Streep, Julia Roberts, Ewan McGregor, Chris Cooper, Abigail Breslin, Benedict Cumberbatch, Juliette Lewis, Margo Martindale, Dermot Mulroney, Julianne Nicholson, Sam Shepard and Misty Upham. (more…)

What’s Happening in the Red Stick?

By: Megan Wiggins

We are so close to the finish line, my friends! You will be able to dust off your social calendars in a few short weeks. If you need a study break to decompress and unwind, I have a few events that will do the trick! I have also included some Christmas events to get you in the holiday spirit. (more…)

Dismissed with Prejudice: The Perfect Spot

By: Cody Grosshart

A few days ago, I laid awake in bed in the morning looking at the ceiling with the sobering realization that October was long gone and that November was already halfway over. As I stared upward, the shadows passing through the blades of my ceiling fan reminded me of the turning pages of notes that I had yet to read. All the while, the alarm clock continued to intermittently sound while I was thinking, the chimes registering the same shock as the occasional jolt of anxiety rooted in finals approaching. (more…)




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