Angela Dunn, below, is the daughter of the late Roosevelt Dunn and Ella M. Dunn, of Dubach. She was in Europe from November 2011 to January 2012. Angela sings, plays the piano and keyboard with a professional gospel group, above. The group is composed of different ethnicities throughout the United States. Their duties are to conduct workshops, perform concerts and participate in TV and newspaper interviews.
Machines were buzzing and there was lots of excitement in the air as 11 youth designed their own original creations at the LSU AgCenter basic sewing class.
Youth learned that sewing can be fun said Cathy Judd, Family and Consumer Science, extension agent. She guided the students through a three day workshop. Students learned how to thread a needle, sew on a button, hand stitch, some basic sewing techniques and operate a sewing machine.
The dean of Louisiana Tech’s College of Liberal Arts recently had his book, “Durrell and the City: Collected Essays on Place,” published.
Donald Kaczvinsky’s book, published by Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, commemorates the 50th anniversary of the publication of Lawrence Durrell’s four novels comprising The Alexandria Quartet (1957-60) and contains 14 essays written by international scholars and critics.