The Lion's Roar

Lions Athletics seeking creative interns

Elana Guillory, Staff Reporter March 11, 2021

An opportunity for creative students with a passion for sports has opened up at the university. Lion Athletics is searching for an intern to assist with graphic design, sports advertisements, video...

Internship opportunities fluctuate as organizations respond differently to pandemic

Internship opportunities fluctuate as organizations respond differently to pandemic

Jordyn Franklin, Staff Reporter November 6, 2020

Due to organizational challenges brought about by COVID-19, students may have concerns or issues with landing internships. Two deans addressed the state of internships during the pandemic within each...

Having interned at Louisiana Farm Bureau Insurance for two years, Timothy Thibodaux, a student in the MBA program, now works as a graduate assistant for the College of Education.

Searching for an internship

Jacob Summerville, Editor-in-Chief January 23, 2020

With a plethora of resources available both online and at the university, seeking out one’s first intern position can have students questioning whether or not they are making the right decisions. From...

Raychelle Riley, a junior communications major, poses for a photo in the set of “Good Morning America.” Riley did an internship in New York during summer.

Riley obtains broadcasting experience from renowned alumna

Jacob Summerville, Opinions Editor September 10, 2019

An application for an internship in New York City became a reality for Raychelle Riley, a junior communications major. Riley spent her summer learning about television broadcasting through Robin Roberts,...

Eryn Brannagan, a senior health education and promotion major, right, performs a blood pressure check on a student. Taking patients’ vitals is a part of her responsibilities as an intern with the University Health Center.

A day in the life of Eryn Brannagan

Johnathan Zeringue , Staff Reporter February 12, 2019

For some students, helping others and putting a smile on someone’s face prompts them to turn what they love into a career. Eryn Brannagan, a senior health education and promotion major, recently began...

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