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Ray Belton, Southern University’s president-chancellor, plans to retire in 2022

After seven years as the Southern University system’s president-chancellor, Ray Belton announced to the Southern University Board of Supervisors Friday morning he will retire...

LSU to handle Title IX cases ‘from a trauma-informed perspective,’ new...

On his first day on the job, new LSU President William Tate spoke Tuesday about the sexual misconduct scandal that has led to lawsuits...

LSU posted bad information about restraining orders on its website. Why...

On April 19, about a month after LSU unveiled its new website on sexual assault and dating violence, Morgan Lamandre told the university about...

Southern University in Baton Rouge is ‘falling into the river’ and...

Maurice Pitts, the director of facilities at Southern University in Baton Rouge wanted to make it clear Monday that what he was saying about...

University of Louisiana system makes masks optional for the fall semester

Masks will be optional this fall for students in colleges in the University of Louisiana system, and unvaccinated students, faculty or staff “will be...

UL System college athletes will soon be allowed to enter into...

Despite being the only basketball player in NCAA history to record multiple games with at least 10 points, 10 rebounds, 10 assists and 10...

LSU athletes are a step closer to earning money from endorsements

The LSU Board of Supervisors Friday established rules governing student athletes seeking to take advantage of new legislation that, if it becomes law, allows...

Rebuffing its Faculty Council, LSU declines to mandate vaccines for students...

The LSU Board of Supervisors decided against mandating COVID-19 vaccinations for students, faculty and staff returning in the fall, choosing instead to pass a...

‘Tell the truth,’ Xavier University’s president says of struggle to vaccinate...

WASHINGTON—Leaders in higher education from New Orleans and Miami Thursday related how colleges coped with a rough year of online learning and vaccine distribution...

Louisiana colleges and universities have out-of-date Title IX policies, attorney says

In August, the U.S. Department of Education began implementing new Title IX rules by which all schools that receive federal dollars must abide by....

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