Mahendra Singh wants teachers to instruct their students without favoritism and prejudice.
“Teach each and every student with respect, love and maximum ability, irrespective of students’ skills, to make them aspire to the highest goal in their life,” Singh appealed to his fellow professors at Grambling State University and other higher education institutions.
Singh is the department head and a professor in the university’s Department of Criminal Justice in the College of Professional Studies.
Chad Tingle of Saline showed how great a singer he is with a great old religious classic as he was named Dixie Entertainer of the Year Saturday night at the Dixie Center for the Arts.
Tingle’s version of “How Great Thou Art” brought the crowd to their feet in the fourth performance of the night in the Dixie Horizon Entertainer Search. A total of 21 acts competed for the right to be named Dixie Entertainer of the Year.
But after competing last year and placing third, Tingle wasn’t going to return this year until a little pressure from organizer C.J. Matlock changed his mind.
Grand Bayou Farms in Dubach has been recognized nationally by the American Angus Association® for having one registered Angus cow included in the Association’s 2012 Pathfinder® Report.
Only 2,027 of the nearly 30,000 American Angus Association members are represented in this year’s report, according to Bill Bowman, chief operating officer and director of performance programs of the association with headquarters in Saint Joseph, Mo.
Critics say Rondi Charleston sings a lazy jazz ballad like no other — now Ruston gets to decide as she performs at 6 p.m. Tuesday in the Lincoln Parish Library Events Center.
“Rondi Charleston is no newcomer to the spotlight,” Sarah Creekmore, administrative assistant for the library, said. “She is an award-winning jazz singer as well as a lyricist and composer, with credits in film, TV and stage throughout the United States and Europe.”