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Billy Cannon Halloween Run Virtual 5K Route Maps

We can't wait for our Billy Cannon Halloween Run Virtual 5K presented by TJ Ribs! It will be held October 30 - November with Tigers all over the country participating. We put together a few 5K route maps for Baton Rouge, and we'd love to see your route so we can share it with LSU Tiger Nation if they're in the area! Email us your route at info@lsualumni.org. And register for the race at LSUAlumni.org/CannonRun! Geaux Tigers!

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LSU Alumnus Spotlight: Don Welge

DON WELGE (1936-2020), BA Agriculture '57

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Haltzman Law Provides New Legal/Medical Model

Matthew Haltzman’s law firm provides in-house medical services to resolve client’s cases more efficiently.
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LSU Degree Takes Alumna Around the World

Tsira Kemularia has spent the majority of her career working around the world for Shell.

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Cooking Up Kindness

Growing up in Mississippi, Andrew Gravens (2014 BACH H&SS) loved spending time in the kitchen – helping his mother and grandmother prepare the family's meals. As an undergraduate at LSU, he developed an interest in assisting people who feel disconnected from those around them. Then, one day, he received an offer from a nonprofit organization to pursue both passions simultaneously.

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Adulting 101 Virtual Series: Second Release

We are excited to announce our Adulting 101 Virtual Webinar Series presented by the LSU Alumni Association! This series features LSU alumni sharing life skills that may not have been taught in the classroom but will be helpful during this transition in your life. Our second release includes topics on budgeting, job searching, leadership development, and time management. You can also check out topics from our first release, including buying your first home, basic finances, insurance benefits, and more. Scroll down to start learning from fellow alums!

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LSU Alumnus Spotlight: Seth Irby

SETH IRBY, BA MASS COMM '11

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Royal Rookery: Restoring Queen Bess Island

It’s been fifty-one years since the brown pelican was reintroduced to Louisiana after the species completely disappeared from the state due to pesticide use in the 1960s. Since then, the pelicans have thrived on Queen Bess Island, making it the third largest brown pelican rookery in Louisiana. Another battle looms, however.

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LSU Class of August 2020 Grad Spotlights

The LSU Class of 2020 August graduates have accomplished some incredible things during their time on campus, and we are excited to see them head out into the world for their next great adventure. With the help of departments across campus along with the LSU Division of Strategic Communications, we wanted to feature some amazing graduates and their reflections on their time at LSU.

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Four Generations of LSU Tigers

Incoming freshman Jane Hamilton is a fourth-generation LSU Tiger. Hamilton, of Spring Lake, N.J., is the daughter and granddaughter of passionate LSU alumni. Their dedication and love of LSU began with Jane’s maternal great-grandfather. “I have been visiting the campus my whole life. I’ve always known I would be going to LSU. I feel like I’ve been waiting my four high school years to go,” Hamilton said.

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