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A Historic Season for LSU Football & LSU Traveling Tigers

Traveling Tigers are a select group. A proud assemblage. The diehards of diehard Tiger fans. They tailgate under stately oaks by day and roar in Death Valley on Saturday nights. But their fandom does not stop there. They boldly take to enemy territory representing all of LSU Tiger Nation.  Their mission: make our boys feel like they’re playing a home game.

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LSU Alumnus Spotlight: Scott Bellina

SCOTT BELLINA, BFA GRAPHIC DESIGN 1998

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A 'Soulful Journey' with Randell Henry

Randell Henry with his “Land of Bright and Dark Spaces.” Photo courtesy of LASM

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LSU Alumni Association 2019 Recap

2019 has been a year of incredible accomplishments for LSU Alumni Association, and we are proud to support LSU alumni, fans, and friends 365 days a year. Let us take you along for a few of our highlights from the year and things we are most proud of. We can't wait to see you in 2020! 

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LSU Alumni Spotlight: Jimmy Bernhard and the Battle for the Rag

LSU alumnus and 1944 LSU football team captain Jimmy Bernhard was celebrated as an honorary team captain at the LSU vs. Texas A&M football game on November 30 along with several other Tiger greats. Bernhard was a tackle during the ’43, ’44, and ’45 seasons. He has been an instrumental part of the Lafayette and Baton Rouge communities since his LSU days.   Bernhard led the team during the height of the LSU vs. Tulane rivalry fondly referred to as The Battle for the Rag. Many Tiger fans are familiar with this tradition but there is a piece of the story you may not know about that involves Jimmy Bernhard.

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LSU Alumnus Spotlight: Tal Leming

TAL LEMING, BFA GRAPHIC DESIGN 1997

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LSU Alumnus Spotlight: Josh Wilson

Josh Wilson, founder and president of Mission: St. Louis.

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Welcome Aboard: New LSUAA Staff

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LSU Alumnus Spotlight: Chris King

Chris King, left, and Nick Loupe, right, co-founders of the Cajun Army, with Elberta Pugh-Hudson, grandmother, flood survivor, and widowed pastor of the St. Paul A.M.E. Church in Teachey, N.C., who lost everything she owned.

CHRIS KING, BS BUSINESS MANAGEMENT 2006

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The LSU Alumni Chronicles: Sherry Sanchez

LSU alumna Sherry (nee Smith) Sanchez (BA 1971, MS 1972, Delta Zeta) decided to share a story of one of her bucket list trips with us. Currently a trial lawyer and recovering librarian, Sanchez is a True Tiger, and will travel to the ends of the earth to share her Tiger Pride. We hope you enjoy her story as much as we did.

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