On Saturday, Jared Poche' took to the mound for his first start of the season. He did something no Tiger has done since 1979.

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Senior second-baseman Cole Freeman commented on the LSU baseball team's performance this weekend.

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The LSU baseball team defeated Air Force with a final score of 10-3. The Tigers had a clean sweep this opening weekend with their wins over Army and Air Force.

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The Tigers closed out the Purple and Gold Challenge going 4-0 and sweeping both its opponents on Sunday.

Social media has become such a regular part of daily life that its users don’t appreciate the power and responsibility associated with having an easily accessible platform. This is how we got to this era of “fake news.”

The Journal of the American Medical Association discovered 12.5 percent of children in the United States experience neglect, emotional or physical abuse before turning 18. The study, which used confirmed cases of maltreatment in a national child abuse database from 2004 to 2011, showed almos…

Sports are not inherently character building, despite the old adage “sports build character.”

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Imagine the campus without Middleton Library.  With this year’s master plan, that is a likely possibility.

Every Thursday, University students in the Pro-Life LSU club take to Free Speech Plaza to express their beliefs through meaningful discussion about the costs and benefits of abortion.

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Severe weather in Southern Louisiana isn’t a rare occurrence. But on Tuesday, Feb. 7, the southeastern portion of the state experienced some unexpected tornado activity. 

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TGIT is in full swing and this week’s episode of “Grey’s Anatomy” was great once again.

While DC has cornered the market on television adaptations of their comic book heroes, Marvel Entertainment has been building an empire on Netflix — until now.

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In 2014, the neo-noir action film “John Wick,” starring Keanu Reeves, became a surprise hit. The campy action with its cartoonishly large body count has become a cult classic and earned itself a sequel.