Shame On You, LSU
by Mary Chauvin I am an athlete and I know that we are held to very high standards. Except if you're on the football team. As a freshman...
Curated from MC 3002
Pandemic and closings. Racial tensions and police killings. Sexual harassment investigations on campus and student anger. Fake news and mistrust.
When LSU students in a feature-writing class in the spring of 2021 were asked to report and write a first-person experience tied to the news, there wasn’t a moment of writer’s block.
Emotions and words flowed. The result is a time capsule of their anger and fear, their worries and dreams in this extraordinary moment. Each offering is personal and deeply felt. It shows in their writing.
-- Prof. Len Apcar,
Wendell Gray Switzer Jr. Endowed Chair
Professional in Residence