The NOLA Project will partner with Delgado Community College for the first time ever to present Aaron Sorkin’s courtroom drama A Few Good Men. The play opens on Thursday, January 26, and will be the first professional production to appear in the brand-new Tim Baker Theatre at Delgado Community College.
Delgado Community College has been named one of the best online colleges in Louisiana, according to a new ranking released by Affordable Colleges Online, a leading resource for online learning and college affordability information.
Delgado Community College is at number six on the list, which includes 17 four-year institutions and six two-year colleges.
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Best Choice Schools, a leading online source for college information, has ranked the Culinary Arts program at Delgado Community College 15th on their new list of the nation’s “50 Best Culinary Schools”. The list’s creators said they looked for schools that offer hands-on experience, internship/externship opportunities, student-operated restaurants, modern facilities, and a solid reputation in the industry.
Instructors and carpentry students from Delgado Community College assisted homeowners with post-flood demolition and debris removal after several classes went on a field trip last week, officials have announced.
On Thursday, the school’s Technical Division’s Carpentry program went to help those affected by the flooding in Baton Rouge. Flooding there and the surrounding areas this month has destroyed or damaged at least 40,000 homes and affected more than 100,000 people.
This week, Friday Nights at NOMA will feature this year’s Tulane Maya symposium titled “Ixiktaak: Ancient Maya Women” and a keynote address given by a Yale University art professor. The symposium will focus on different disciplinary perspectives about the significance of women in ancient Maya society, and the keynote address will cover recent research on Jaina Island figurines.
Tulane University’s Newcomb Art Gallery will feature an exhibition called “Edgar Degas: The Private Impressionist, Works on Paper by the Artist and his Circle.”
The controversial Orleans Parish Prison consent decree will be discussed during a symposium on prison reform this Friday.
The Prison Reform: Progress, Policies & Practices symposium will “initiate a dialogue between legal practitioners, community activists and others involved with reshaping the U.S. prison system,” according to a press release.
Legal experts, criminal justice advocates and watchdogs will speak at the event, held at the Loyola University New Orleans College of Law.
Delgado Community College will lay off 115 employees and cut 15 programs after a vote this morning by Tech College Board, according to a report by our partners at WWLTV.
Delgado Community College’s theater department lost lighting and sound equipment worth upwards of $50,000 in an early morning fire Sunday (April 7) that may have been started by a cigarette, according to a report by NOLA Defender.