Slashed Apples: Price Cuts on Previous Generation Products
The LSU Tech Store located on the 2nd floor of Barnes & Noble at LSU is slashing prices on Apple Previous Generation devices they have in stock to make room for newer devices. Be sure to check it out today and get a Previous Generation Apple Devices for the lowest price possible while they last!
Auxiliary Services supports the academic, research, and public service mission of LSU through entrepreneurial leadership in providing the highest quality services, operations and stewardship of resources in support of a dynamic student experience. Auxiliary Services manages LSU Student Union, LSU Bookstore, LSU Dining, Tiger Card Office, Event Management and Promotions, LSU Vending and The UPS Store. The LSU Student Union, located in the heart of campus, is the home of the Union Art Gallery, Union Theater and Box Office, ATMs, and retail partners such as Campus Federal Credit Union, Cox Communications, and Kaplan Test Prep.
2017 LSU Student Art Show
LSU Auxiliary Services & The LSU Union Art Gallery invites LSU and the Greater Baton Rouge communities to browse works of art submitted by undergraduates and graduates of [...]
2017 LSU Student Art Show
LSU Auxiliary Services & The LSU Union Art Gallery invites LSU and the Greater Baton Rouge communities to browse works of art submitted by undergraduates and graduates of the university’s student body! The LSU Student Art Show runs Monday, February 13 – March 10, 2017 at the LSU Student Union Art Gallery located on the second floor of the LSU Student Union. The exhibit is free & open to everyone.
Support local Student art and come enjoy art from up and coming LSU student artists at the 2017 LSU Student Art Show at the LSU Student Union Art Gallery!
February 13 (Monday) 9:00 am - March 10 (Friday) 4:30 am
The LSU Student Union Theater, in partnership with Campus Life, is proud to present The Langston Hughes Project on Wednesday, March 22, 2017. The Langston Hughes Project is a [...]
The LSU Student Union Theater, in partnership with Campus Life, is proud to present The Langston Hughes Project on Wednesday, March 22, 2017. The Langston Hughes Project is a multimedia concert performance of Langston Hughes’ kaleidoscopic jazz poem suite titled, Ask Your Mama: Twelve Moods for Jazz. This is Hughes’ homage in verse and music to the struggle for artistic and social freedom at home and abroad at the beginning of the 1960s. It is a twelve-part epic poem which Hughes scored with musical cues drawn from blues and Dixieland, gospel songs, boogie woogie, bebop, progressive jazz, Latin “cha cha,” Afro-Cuban mambo music, German lieder, Jewish liturgy, West Indian calypso, and African drumming – a creative masterwork left unperformed at his death.