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    Dillard Student Goes to the White House PDF Print E-mail
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    the_white_houseDillard student Kevin Hagan is soon to be wandering the halls of the White House. The New Orleans native was chosen to be a Spring 2012 intern.

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    Dillard Alumna Dr. Ruth Simmons Gets Lifetime Achievement Award PDF Print E-mail
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    RuthSimmons-WebDillard Board of Trustees member and Dillard Alumna Dr. Ruth Simmons has been honored with the prestigious Lifetime Achievement Award from the American Council on Education. The award was conferred during thr organization's annual meeting in Los Angeles.

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    Crime and Punishment Symposium at Dillard University PDF Print E-mail
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    turnerThe effects that crime and incarceration have on African-Americans will be discussed during three days of speeches and panel discussions at Dillard University. The March 20-22 symposium in Georges Hall will be free and open to the public.

    New Orleans' criminal justice system will be a continuing topic, Dillard spokesman Brendan Twist said.

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    Dillard Faculty Curates Art Symposium PDF Print E-mail
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    art-1John H. Barnes Jr., a Dillard faculty member, is co-curator of the Southern Journeys exhibition. In conjunction with the opening of its new exhibit Southern Journeys: African American Artists of the South, the Lauren Rogers Museum of Art will hold an Art Symposium on Feb. 23 at 1 p.m. in the Lower Level Lecture Hall. Barnes Jr., a native of Louisiana, began his academic career at Dillard University where he is currently Program Coordinator of the Visual Arts program.

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    Dillard Alumni Group Help to Make Prom Dreams a Reality PDF Print E-mail
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    black-short-prom-dress-5The Shreveport-Bossier chapter of the Dillard University National Alumni Association joins another local non-profit to make prom dreams a reality for underpriviledged youth. Hoping to provide 100 dresses for 100 high school junior and senior girls in need, the organizers are asking for donations.


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