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'Cemetery' displays collegians' pro-life stancePINEVILLE, La. (BP) -- Nearly 500 flags in a "Cemetery for the Innocent" covered a section of Louisiana College's quad as a memorial to the unborn on March 20.
Each flag represented five of the lives aborted daily in the U.S.
Chaz Morgan, president of the Louisiana College Students for Life, described the Cemetery for the Innocent as a visual picture of the battle that those who value life face daily in comments to the state convention's Baptist Message newsjournal. Read More
EDUCATION DIGEST: Jeff Struecker joins SEBTS faculty; Hankins highlights La. College heritage; Marvin Watson, former DBU president, dies
In today's Education Digest: Jeff Struecker, Scott Pace, Ronjour Locke join SEBTS faculty; David Hankins highlights Louisiana College heritage; Marvin Watson, former DBU president, dies. Read More
FROM THE COLLEGES: Williams to rename as a university; OBU women's soccer competes in Asia & England; ...In today's From the Colleges: Williams Baptist College; Oklahoma Baptist University; California Baptist University; Louisiana College.
Williams Baptist College to be renamed as a university; Oklahoma Baptist University Lady Bison soccer team competes in west Asia and Europe; California Baptist University students provide health care in East Africa, China and Philippines; Louisiana College faculty's book study integrates faith and learning. Read More
FROM THE COLLEGES: LC's Bronx baseball trio graduates; NEBC's Ballard addresses transition of Moody-founded campus; SBU physical therapy team returns to HaitiBronx baseball trio graduates at Louisiana College; Northeastern Baptist College President Mark Ballard addresses transition of D.L. Moody-founded campus in Massachusetts; Southwest Baptist University physical therapy team returns to Haiti. Read More
FROM THE COLLEGES: U of Mobile to inaugurate pres.; LC establishes scholarships; OBU track wins again
In today's From the Colleges: University of Mobile inaugurates fourth president; Louisiana College scholarships honor Lewis, Schaeffer; OBU men & women repeat as track champs. Read More
FROM THE COLLEGES: CBU Lancers to join WAC, D-I; Brewton-Parker finances affirmed; Louisiana College to offer MSWIn today's From the Colleges: California Baptist University Lancers to join Western Athletic Conference and NCAA Division I; Brewton-Parker College's finances affirmed by SACS; Louisiana College to offer a master's degree in social work. Read More
FROM THE COLLEGES: Miss. College student-athletes baptized; Boyce volleyball; NGU honors athletic director; La. College student honoredFrom the Colleges items today: 13 student-athletes baptized at Mississippi College; Boyce College adds women's volleyball; North Greenville University honors longtime athletic director Jan McDonald; Louisiana College social work student's paper selected for state conference. Read More
Louisiana College, former president part waysPINEVILLE, La. (BP) -- Louisiana College's strained relationship with former President Joe Aguillard has returned to the news.
The college has released a statement that Aguillard no longer has the title of "president emeritus" according to trustee action on April 12. Aguillard was LC's president from 2005 to 2014. Read More
Louisiana College probation lifted by SACSPINEVILLE, La. (BP) -- The Southern Association of Colleges and Schools' Commission on Colleges has removed Louisiana College from probation.
SACSCOC placed the Baptist-affiliated college on probation in June 2014, citing issues related to trustee governance, institutional integrity, personnel policies and audit findings that pertain to some financial control matters and student financial aid. Read More
Rick Brewer to lead Louisiana CollegePINEVILLE, La. -- Trustees of Louisiana College have elected Rick Brewer as the college's 9th president. They announced their unanimous decision during a special called meeting March 5.
Brewer will begin his duties April 7. He is a New Orleans native, and his father attended seminary there. He grew up mostly in North Carolina, and for the past 28 years has called Charleston Southern University in North Charleston, S.C., home. Read More