Employees at Delgado dressed in their Black & Gold to support the Saints against the Panthers for a Thursday night match-up.
What started out as a makeshift park by local skateboarders is now on the fast track to becoming a public skatepark in the New Orleans Gentilly area. The city donated $150,000 in ramps and an additional $60,000 in donations came from the Tulane City Center. Construction at the Parisite Skate Park is set to begin in July and should be finished later this year.
Below are a few pictures of what is currently in place at the skatepark that is located under Interstate 610 at Paris Avenue:
Photos courtesy of louisianaconcreteskateparks.com
And here is an artist rendering of what is being planned by the the City Planning Commission:
The Easter Bunny stopped by the City Park Campus today to wish everyone a Happy Easter right before the holiday break. Kids at the Joey Georgusis Center for Children also had a chance to spend some time with the bunny. Interim Chancellor Lea’s granddaughter, who attends the center, said, “I think I know that bunny from somewhere!”