Pelican Park gets ready for a safe spring baseball season amid pandemic.

By: Brendan Adams Pelican Park is preparing for another baseball season as the coronavirus is still a concern and affecting millions of people. As the coronavirus is still a concern in America, many sports teams at recreational parks are carefully beginning the process of starting up sports for the spring, and Pelican Park is no
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Mardi Gras Cancellation has Louisiana Natives in Shambles

Mardi Gras Cancellation has Louisiana Natives in Shambles By: Alishea Taylor New Orleans’ Mayor, LaToya Cantrell cancels Mardi Gras 2021 in hopes to slow the spread of the coronavirus and Louisiana residents are in distress. “The holiday draws the state’s biggest tourist to the city of New Orleans is unnaturally empty this year”, said Jameala
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Cancellation of Mardi Gras leads to uncertainty for businesses.

by: Brendan Adams The coronavirus is forcing the cancellation of Mardi Gras parades for the first time since 1979. While the coronavirus is still affecting millions of people throughout the U.S., Mayor LaToya Cantrell of New Orleans has cancelled all parades this year, forcing a big tourism dilemma. Mardi Gras, or “Fat Tuesday,” is a
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To Get Vaccinated, To Not Get Vaccinated

To Get Vaccinated, To Not Get Vaccinated   By: Alishea Taylor  Fear of the unknown is stressful not knowing what’s happening next or when the nightmare will end. At the end of 2019 there were whispers about a virus many didn’t take seriously; including the former president Trump, “I know all about the virus, and I have no
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KSLU Now Hiring- Students from Any Major Are Encouraged to Apply

This semester KSLU’s general manager, Deborah Wickham, is hiring 14 students from any major to fill paid positions ranging from Dj, social media, video/ audio production and more. Students will receive professional training from the station and hands-on experience. Ms.Wickham is looking for students who have a genuine interest in radio. “The students that I
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