De-stress during finals with a free massage

Finals week is usually one of the most stressful times of the semester for students. Under a great deal of pressure to do well, many students find themselves losing sleep, headaches and studying late hours of the night. Being stressed can be emotionally and physically draining. However, SELU’s Rec Sports and Wellness Center has been
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Celebration in the Oaks sneak peek

Christmas is only a month away and New Orleans City Park’s Celebration in the Oaks exhibit is almost ready to greet the public. On  November 20 City Park hosted its annual Celebration in the Oaks Preview Party. For a small fee, partygoers received an exclusive viewing of this year’s holiday light show and décor. Christmas
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Wilson Charter School brings community together

Wilson Charter School, located in the Broadmoor area of New Orleans, held its first community open house entitled a Family Night of Inspiration Nov. 5. Several Broadmoor community leaders, ministers, politicians, business owners, teachers, parents and students filled the hallways of the newly renovated Wilson school. “We are excited to see so many people at our first
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Youth Empowerment Day Hosted By New Orleans Councilmember Nadine Ramsey

New Orleans District “C” Councilmember Nadine Ramsey hosted a youth empowerment day and job fair for 300 students from Landry-Walker High School, Edna Karr High School and Algiers Technical Academy. Students received an opportunity to hear from a panel of successful local professionals, athletes, entrepreneurs, and city leaders sharing their struggles and successes. “It was
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Businesses, Neighbors, Churches and Schools Comes Together to Clean East New Orleans

The New Orleans East major commercial corridors filled with cheerful volunteers on Oct. 10, for the East New Orleans Business Development District’s Team Up to Clean Up project. “It is great to see neighborhoods, government, schools and civic leaders coming together to enhance the business climate and quality of life along these premier corridors of
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Landry-Walker Class of 2016 Senior Induction Ceremony

Huge smiles, laughter and congratulatory speech filled the overflowing Landry-Walker High School auditorium on Sept. 16, during the Landry-Walker High School class of 2016 senior induction ceremony. Dressed in black and white attire. the seniors marched down the auditorium aisle one by one, smiling with pride. “This is a joyous occasion,” said Grady. “This is
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