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October Alumni Spotlights
Alumni Featured at New Orleans Film Festival Four LSMSA Alumni, Rex New ('05), David Lee ('05), David Beier ('02) and Josh Tickell ('97), have films featured at this year's New Orleans Film Festival. Find out more about their films and read the full story here.
Jonathan Ryan ('07) Presents Artwork at LSMSA Gallery
Jonathan's art series "Transitions" will show through Oct. 28 at the LSMSA Gallery. Jonathan will speak about his work as an invitee to this year's Connections Weekend. For more on his show click here.
Marc Caplan ('85) Has First Book Published
"How Strange the Change - Language, Temporality, and Narrative Form in Peripheral Mondernisms" was authored by Marc Caplan and is part of the Standford Studies in Jewish History and Culture. Click here to read the introduction.
Brian Holers ('85) Releases First Novel
"Doxology" is a blue-collar Southern tale of love, loss, and the healing power of community and family. Though Brian has lived in Seattle, WA for many years, this and his subsequent novels are set in different parts of Louisiana, including Natchitoches. Visit http://www.brianholers.com for more information.
Chad Elmore ('87) Moves to Sweden In January, Chad Elmore accepted a promotion to head the isotope chemistry group of AstraZeneca. His group provides AstraZeneca with long+lived radioisotopes and stable isotope labeled compounds for use in drug discovery. As a result he and his family moved to Sweden in June.
Adam Tidwell ('04) and Katie Locantro ('05) Wed Congratulations to Adam and Katie who got married Saturday, October 1, 2011.
Jason Neville ('97) Releases Unique Book of Photography A book recently published and authored by Jason Neville is now available at the Ogden Musuem of Southern Art gift store. The book "Juanita's Hard Times Bus on Hwy 71" is the culmination of a two-year friendship of visits, phone calls, and letter writing between Jason and Juanita Leonard, a North Louisianian who built a church in her backyard. Read the full update from Jason here.
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