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Juneteenth: Black-Owned Alumni Businesses

Juneteenth is an annual holiday observing the end of slavery in the U.S. and marks the day, June 19, 1865, when news of emancipation reached people in the deepest parts of the former Confederacy in Galveston, Texas. Every day, but especially today, we want to show our support for #LSUAlumni Black-owned businesses. Learn about some amazing LSU Alumni Black-Owned businesses below.

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Alumni Spotlight: Elyse Marks

LSU alumna Elyse Marks (2010 BACH A&D) has worked at architecture and engineering firms in the New York City area that specialize in the restoration and rehabilitation of exterior building enclosures. Over the past five years, her work has focused on exterior facade restoration of historic and landmarked buildings within New York City.

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Affinity Chapter Series: MBA and RNR

Over the course of the next few weeks, we will be spotlighting our many LSU Alumni Affinity Chapters! These special chapters are not geographically based as many of our chapters are, and instead focus on joining together individuals who are alike in some way. Whether that be through their academic program, involvement in an organization as a student, or personal attributes, these incredible chapters are run a little bit differently but are among some of our most successful and active chapters. To learn more, visit LSUAlumni.org/Chapters.  

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Affinity Chapter Series: LGBTQ+

Over the course of the next few weeks, we will be spotlighting our many LSU Alumni Affinity Chapters! These special chapters are not geographically based as many of our chapters are, and instead focus on joining together individuals who are alike in some way. Whether that be through their academic program, involvement in an organization as a student, or personal attributes, these incredible chapters are run a little bit differently but are among some of our most successful and active chapters. To learn more, visit LSUAlumni.org/Chapters.  

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Affinity Chapter Series: Bat Girls

Over the course of the next few weeks, we will be spotlighting our many LSU Alumni Affinity Chapters! These special chapters are not geographically based as many of our chapters are, and instead focus on joining together individuals who are alike in some way. Whether that be through their academic program, involvement in an organization as a student, or personal attributes, these incredible chapters are run a little bit differently but are among some of our most successful and active chapters. To learn more, visit LSUAlumni.org/Chapters.  

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Julian T. White Mural Honors LSU's First Black Professor

The LSU Design Building Atrium is home to the larger-than-life Julian T. White memorial mural that honors the university's first Black professor and second licensed Black architect in the state of Louisiana. Learn more about Julian T. White's impact and legacy below.

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Alumni Spotlight: Travis Andrews

Travis Andrews is a lifelong writer, proud LSU alumnus, and now published author. While he is currently a features writer for The Washington Post, Andrews started his career the second he came to LSU when he joined the LSU Reveille staff. Being a writer is all he has ever wanted to do, and he is now officially a published author with so much future success ahead of him. Andrews' first book, Because He's Jeff Goldblum, hit stores just yesterday. 

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Learn More About Our 2021 ESports Panelists

The esports ecosystem experienced transcendental growth in 2020 due at least in part to the Covid-19 pandemic and is poised for even further growth in 2021. Panelists from LSU Digital Media Arts & Engineering, Esports LSU Alumni, and CSL Esports join us to discuss the growth and trends of collegiate esports.

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Adulting 101 Virtual Series: Third 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 third release includes a feature on organization. You can also check out topics from our first release - buying your first home, basic finances, insurance benefits -  OR our second release - budgeting, job searching, and more. Scroll down to start learning from fellow alums!

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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, OR our third release - organization. Scroll down to start learning from fellow alums!

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