Archive for March, 2007

Louisiana College Radio Station KZLC-FM, names manager

Friday, March 16th, 2007

Scott Ramey a sophomore Media Communications Major from Nacogdoches, Texas has been named station manager for KZLC-FM, the licensed FM radio station operated by Louisiana College.

Ramey has served as production director during the past year and was on the production staff his freshmen year. He has coordinated the broadcast of the fundraiser that featured former President George Herbert W. Bush in the fall of 2006. In addition to his production and news responsibility, he also hosts a weekly radio show.

KZLC-FM operates 24 hours a day, seven days a week on 95.5 MHZ as authorized by the Federal Communication Commission.

Louisiana College Music Faculty Member gives piano recital

Friday, March 16th, 2007

Katerina Zaitseva, Artist in Residence and piano instructor at Louisiana College will give a piano recital on Thursday, March 22, 2007 at 7:30 p.m. in Presser Recital Hall on the campus of Louisiana College. Zaitseva will play works by Liszt, Schumann, and a rarely performed concerto by the 19th century Russian composer Glazunov. Zaitseva will also perform this piece in June in Moscow, Russia with the Russian Philharmonic and she will perform the piece in May with the Corvallis Symphony in Oregon.

The piano recital is free and the public is invited to attend. For more information about this recital and upcoming musical performances contact the Louisiana College Department of music (318) 487-7336.

Theater Louisiana College Presents, The Importance of Being Earnest

Friday, March 16th, 2007

Theatre Louisiana College Presents, “The Importance of Being Ernest.” This is a classic British comedy by Oscar Wilde. The show will open on Wednesday, March 21 through March 24th and March 29th through March 31st at 7:30 p.m. and March 25th and April 1st at 2:30 p.m. There will also be two daytime performances for area high school students on March 22nd and March 27 at 9:30 a.m.

Admission cost is $10 for adults and $8 for students. Special group rates are available for groups with 10 or more. For more information contact: Tammy Killian, Artistic Director, (318) 487-7594 or for more information about the daytime school performances call (318) 487-7227.

Oldest Louisiana College student to graduate in May

Monday, March 12th, 2007

Amy Robertson, Director of College Communications
(318) 542-8688

Sue Miller, a senior at Louisiana College is not your typical student. In fact, Sue will celebrate her birthday on Tuesday, March 13th by getting fitted for her graduation cap and gown. This is a special birthday for Sue; she will turn 73 years old on March 13th which means she will be the oldest person to graduate from Louisiana College during its entire 100 year history.

Miller decided on her 70th birthday that she wanted to finish her college work. She originally entered college in the fall of 1951 after a year and a half of school, marriage, two children with another on the way, Miller thought she would go back after the birth of her third child and when things calmed down. “With the encouragement of my children, I took a leap of faith and decided to go back to college at age 70,” said Miller. “It was terrifying and exhilarating at the same time.” She continues “I thought why not go ahead and get my degree. I’m graduating at age 73 with a 50 year hiatus in between.”

It is a coincidence that Sue’s 73rd birthday also falls on the “fitting day” for her cap and gown that she will wear in May. “To walk on the LC campus and feel the energy of the young people and see the beauty of the campus is truly a gift to me,” Miller said. “I’m so enthused about learning that even after I graduate I still want to take more classes, I love learning and challenging myself.”

One of her professors, Jason Meyer, could not agree more, “Sue added so much to class, she is very inquisitive. It was amazing to have someone in the classroom who could say ‘I lived through this event or time period’ she really made the classroom experience three-dimensional for the students.”

Miller goes on to explain, “When I graduate in May we are going to have a big celebration with my family.” Until then, a birthday cake, presents and a cap and gown “fitting” will tide her over.

Louisiana College Chapter of National Business Organization holds ceremony

Monday, March 12th, 2007

Dr. Teresa Wanbaugh
Chair of the Division of Business
(318) 487-7561

The Louisiana College chapter (Theta Theta) of Delta Mu Delta, the national organization that recognizes outstanding students pursuing Business majors held an induction ceremony on Thursday, March 8, 2007 in the Granberry Conference Center at Louisiana College. The guest speaker was Mark Majors, Chief Executive Officer and President of the Med Express Ambulance Service, who is also an honorary Delta Mu Delta member.

The purpose of Delta Mu Delta is to promote higher scholarship in training for business and to recognize and reward scholastic achievement in business subjects.

To be eligible for membership, the academic ranking of those being considered must place them in the upper 20 percent of the junior and/or senior classes. This year’s inductees are: Joy Gilhousen, senior and Randall Hargis the Vice President for Business Affairs and Chief Financial Officer at LC as an Honorary inductee.

The officers for the 2007 – 2008 year are: Rachel Lay, President; Jodi Scott, Vice President; Trey Qualls, Treasurer and Kase Gonzales, Secretary. Other Theta Theta chapter members are: Jarrod Conner, Walter Myers and Summer Robinson.