Celebrate Black History Month at Baton Rouge Community College with a series of empowering events, including community discussion on being more comfortable about race on Feb. 4, a poetry night on Feb. 18 with lyricist Harlem’s Own Lyric Joan Leslie, a virtual celebration on Feb. 22 with keynote speaker Judge Lynn Toler.
“GO. SEE. DO,” IS THE MESSAGE CALVIN MACKIE, Ph.D., is spreading with a STEM revolution that is exposing young people to math and science interactively. The mission is to grow future innovators, creators, and entrepreneurs […]
The Diagnostic Medical Sonography (Ultrasound) program at Baton Rouge Community College is seeking volunteers for ultrasound exams. The exams will be conducted by students enrolled in the ultrasound program under the direct supervision of course […]
The Futures Fund began their Spring semester with new and returning students, almost doubling attendance from last year. Organizer said the word is clearly getting out. “If a student between sixth and 12th grade wants […]