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On Wednesday, the winner of the LSUS Masters in Liberal Arts Thesis Award will share the story of gospel singer Mahalia Jackson's involvement in the civil rights movement. His lecture and book signing is free and open to the public.

RiverBend Revue to honor Spring Street Museum donors in speakeasy style

Travel back in time with us to the days of Prohibition!

Save the date for the LSUS Foundation’s RiverBend Revue on Jan. 23, where we’ll showcase the era of flappers and F. Scott Fitzgerald. We’ll also honor a group of community supporters as Pilots of the Year.

This event is open bar with hors d’oeuvres and a seated dinner. We have several levels of sponsorships, including packages custom-made for holiday gift giving. Some sponorships include special VIP perks! Individual tickets will also be available. Tickets go on sale soon!