(BR)unch: The Londoner

By: Leslie Knowles

For the first Brunch Review of the year, I decided to visit a Baton Rouge staple: The Londoner Pub and Grill on South Sherwood. I arrived around 10:30 a.m., accompanied by Taylor Degruise, The Civilian’s very own editor-in-chief. (more…)

Student Spotlight: Sara Kuebel

By: Joe Cooper

Sara Kuebel is the President of the Student Bar Association, a Senior Associate for the Louisiana Law Review, a member of the Moot Court Board, a Captain for the 3L Powderpuff team, and a Barrister’s Bowl cheerleader. Since she wouldn’t agree to schedule an interview with me because “I’m busy” and “you don’t even write for The Civilian, Joe,” I cornered her at a bar and nabbed the most prestigious interview our humble newspaper has ever seen. (more…)

1L, 1L, Read All About It!

By: Cavett Feazel

School is back in session and with it, a new group of first-years (1Ls) have graced the LSU Law Center with their presence. For most of the weary 1Ls at the Law Center, the fear and confusion of how to survive and succeed can result in anxiety. This reaction is normal. (more…)

PMH Parking: A Lot to Complain About

 

By: Connor Fagan

Let’s set the scene. It’s 8:30 A.M. and you are early for your first class of the semester. You turn into the PMH parking lot. There are no open parking spots at first glance, so you circle once. Still, there are no open spots. Again, you circle. You drive past a U-High Mom idling her car in one of the Visitor Spots, but unfortunately no spots for you. (more…)




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