LSU Student Journalist: ‘Bomb Threats at Universities are Absolutely Awesome’

For Daily Reveille staff writer Chris Grillot, covering a bomb threat at Louisiana State University was “the most fun I’ve had this semester.” In a recent blog post, Grillot confirms his anxiety quickly segued to a pure adrenaline rush last week when a bomb alert began sounding in an LSU library.

A Second Printer Rejects LSU’S Legacy Magazine Due to Sexual Fantasy Feature; Interview with Editor Emily Slack

A second printer has refused to publish the latest issue of Legacy Magazine at Louisiana State University because of its concerns about a story on student sexual fetishes. In a podcast chat with me this morning, Legacy editor-in-chief Emily Stack outlines the now-weeklong saga surrounding an article set to run in its upcoming issue.

Princeton Review Names Best College Newspapers

The Princeton Review has released its annual listing of the biggest and best at colleges and universities nationwide. Along with rundowns of the top party schools, school athletic facilities, and student radio stations, the Review has named the best U.S. college newspapers.

J-Student Spotlight: Amy Brittain, LSU & UWIRE 100

Amy Brittain is not a millionaire, but she did aspire to be one on TV.  At 19, she appeared on “Who Wants to Be a Millionaire” and pocketed $16,000 in prize money.  Her real passion and talent, however, is sports, not games. — As a sports writer for The Daily Reveille at Louisiana State University, […]