Kaleb Crump Data News Weekly Contributor The last presidential election was decided by 77,000 thousand votes. With the Louisiana voter registration deadline steadily approaching on Oct. 13th, Xavier University of Louisiana students, faculty, and staff […]
Kaleb Crump Data News Weekly Contributor Mayor LaToya Cantrell announced the City of New Orleans will begin the loosening of COVID-19 restrictions by moving into a multi-layered Phase 3 reopening that started on Oct. 3rd. […]
Terry B. Jones Data News Weekly Publisher/CEO Eldridge Austin Randolph Sr. recently departed this earth; leaving behind a lively, unique legacy in his passing. He graduated Xavier University in 1960 with a BS in Business […]
Tracee Dundas Fashion Stylist It was a weekly ritual growing up, my dad would gather the leather shoes, tiny-tin cans of shoe polish, a horsehair brush, several old cotton cloths, layout newspaper, and while listening […]
Joe Ricks, Ph.D. Chair, Division of Business Xavier University of Louisiana Recently there has been a great deal of discussion regarding the importance of science and its benefits, particularly in medicine due to COVID-19. At […]
The Democratic VP nominee’s sorority sisters and alums from eight other historically black Greek organizations are all-in.
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Nominating a female for VP has failed both times it’s been tried, and Harris isn’t the first woman to reach for the White House.
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One treatment that Trump has touted in the past—hydroxychloroquine—is not listed among the medications he has taken for Covid-19.
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Rising To Rebuild Renee Dugue RebornAndRising The old saying “Time flies” is so true! It’s been fifteen years since Hurricane Katrina washed me out of New Orleans and the only home I’d ever known. Relocating […]