HIS MASTER'S VOICE: Multi-talented New Orleanian Phillip Manuel, a popular vocalist, accomplished actor and writer, and much sought-after voice-over talent, is flanked by (L-R) Christopher Dylan Brown of New Orleans and Allana Barefield of Lynn MA of New Orleans, during his presentation featuring the latter skill in Monica's Pierre's Mass Communication class.
SPIRIT OF MLK: Chandler Schexnayder, a P3 pharmacy student from Patterson LA (Patterson High), is congratulated by XU Senior Vice President for Administration Ralph Johnson after receiving a student community service award during the 30th annual Martin Luther King, Jr., Week for Peace Convocation for his leadership role on campus and within New Orleans community.
Dr. Wilfred Delphin '71, Xavier's prolific and accomplished classical pianist, has been named recipient of The Gambit Weekly's lifetime achievement award in classical music. Visit HERE
SMALL WORLD: A delegation of Pakistani broadcast journalists shared information on media in their country with Mass Communication students at Dr. Shearon Roberts and Dr. Tia Smith's class as part of the U.S. State Department's International Leadership Program. XU was the only university the journalists visited during their stay in New Orleans and the only HBCU they visited in the U.S.
COLLEGE TOUR: U.S. News & World Report reporter Briana Boyington (center), on campus as part of the media giant's annual "College Tour", is flanked by some of the students who shared their personal experiences and thoughts on what makes "XU" such a great college choice: (L-R) Nkemdi Agwaramgbo, Sierra Blanchard-Hodge, Kandis Carter, and David Powell. Chandler Schexnayder was also in the group.
ROAD WARRIORS: Four business majors - (L-R) Ajhia Ellis, Victoria Reid, Keajuana Crimes, and Evan Reynolds - participated in the National Diversity Case Competition at the Kelly School of Business at Indiana University.