A few of the beautiful and fragrant Magnolia blossoms, the state flower of Louisiana, on campus.
On Thursday, May 2, LSU officials cut the ribbon on the new, expanded LSU Women's Center, located at Union Square along Raphael Semmes Road.
The LSU Women's Center is involved in several programs, including the Take Back the Night candlelight vigil and march, Women's History Month programming and the Esprit de Femme Awards, and the new center will provide for increased programming opportunities.
During her keynote address at the LSU Women's Center ribbon-cutting ceremony, Elaine Abell, LSU's first elected female Student Government president, discussed the many ways that the university has changed for women since her days as a student in the 1960s.
On Friday, May 3, LSU officials cut the ribbon on the new, expanded LSU African American Cultural Center, located at Union Square along Raphael Semmes Road.